The Brands Who Came for Christmas by Maggie Shayne

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Author
Maggie Shayne
Publisher
Margaret Lewis
Date of release
Pages
306
ISBN
9780990753544
Binding
Paperback
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Caleb didn't know that one night of bliss last spring with small town beauty Maya Brand had resulted in a pregnancy, until the blackmail attempt arrived on his desk in an unmarked envelope, complete with photos of Maya with a belly out to there. When he learns the truth, Caleb rushes back to Big Falls, determined to make it right despite what the scandal will do to his high profile career-the family legacy he had never truly wanted. All he wants is Maya, and their child. But can a girl whose father abandoned and betrayed her, ever truly believe in the goodness of a man who left town the morning after their one night stand? How can he convince her that he hasn't stopped thinking about her since then, much less, do so with the whole world watching? He has to prove himself to a woman he's not even sure he's worthy of. But he has no idea how. The Oklahoma All-Girl Brands is a six-book, small town, contemporary romance series with shades of HOPE FLOATS and YOU'VE GOT MAIL. Spin off of the bestselling Texas Brand Series. The Oklahoma Brands: The Brands Who Came for Christmas Brand-New Heartache Secrets and Lies A Mommy For Christmas One Magic Summer Sweet Vidalia Brand


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