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Dancing in the Dark - Hidden Springs #6 - cover

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Dancing in the Dark - Hidden Springs #6

Kristine Raymond

Publisher: Kristine Raymond

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Summary

Rusty Flanagan has always wanted a piece of land to call his own. 
 
After years as the foreman on Ryan's Ranch, he's ready to work for himself.  When the perfect property becomes available near Hidden Springs, he discovers to his dismay that he isn't the only party interested.  He has no idea of the challenge he is about to face. 
 
Sponsored by a wealthy matron, Charlotte Drake moved out West with hopes of becoming a dancer. What she never imagined was ending up as a dance hall girl, having to work off her debt on her back.  Unwilling to resign to her fate, she meets the one man who could change her life. 
 
While Charlotte struggles to find a way out, and Rusty fights against a greedy land baron, the last thing they expect to discover is love.  As they grow closer, each makes a sacrifice that could destroy their chance of happiness. 
 
Can they make their dreams come true or will they stay dancing in the dark? 
***Mature themes - sex and violence** 
 
 

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