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Series: Richmore #3
Author: Hayley Oakes
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Lacey Davenport needs to escape her pampered life for a while.
Alex Miller wishes he could escape his life.
Lacey’s life in New York City as a big-time equities trader has lost its appeal and her ridiculously expensive wedding turned out to be all icing and no cake.
She needs out and so she escapes to a picturesque wheat farm she purchased as an investment .... in Montana.
Alex’s family had owned the farm for generations ... until Lacey bought it and he hates that she has turned up, with only a few days notice to make changes, when routine is the only thing keeping him sane.
Lacey is the unwanted bosslady poking her nose in where it isn’t wanted and ruffling the feathers of the locals. Alex is the uptight son of the manager struggling to keep all the plates spinning.
In small-town Montana Lacey begins to see that there’s more to life than things you can buy and Alex starts to realise he’s worth more than the hand he’d been dealt.
Can two stubborn, determined people who work hard find someone in each other to teach them how to play?
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‘Another amazing read, Hayley has a huge talent for storytelling and evoking emotion.’
‘Solid ending to a fabulous series that you don’t want to say goodbye to.’
‘Characters with depth and flaws who wind their way to a HEA, romance at its best.’
‘A hero to believe in and a heroine to relate to, bravo, another great read with spicy bits to add to the tension.’
About The Author
I have been writing stories from a very young age, my very first tool was an electronic typewriter than my Dad saved from being thrown away at work when I was ten. I tapped away on that for hours and hours.
I have always told stories and written stories and my favourite ones are the ones that people have told me. I collect people’s lives in my head, storing the most interesting and wacky anecdotes that I utilise without even realising.
I also collect mannerisms and when I’m with someone for long periods of time I start copying their facial expressions and habits. It’s a curse but I am a natural mimic.
I love life and love making people laugh.