Gold Fire

Gold Fire

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Baker & Taylor
To make a name for herself and get people in town to take her seriously, Zoe Larkin must convince stubborn cowboy Jae Garrett to sell the Rusty Wire, the hottest honky-tonk saloon in Barrigner's Pass, to her boss, but when disaster strikes, she must figure out what she really wants in life. Original. 60,000 first printing.

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& Taylor

Zoe Larkin tries to convince stubborn cowboy Jase Garrett to sell his popular bar to the ski resort she works for, but when she falls for Jase and disaster strikes, she must figure out where her priorities really lie.

Simon and Schuster
Seal the deal with a kiss.

Zoe Larkin is facing the biggest career opportunity of her life, and she’s not going to let Jase Garrett ruin it for her. The infuriatingly sexy owner of the Rusty Wire, the hottest honky-tonk saloon in Barringer’s Pass, flat-out refuses to sell his bar and its surrounding land to her employer, the Alpine Sky ski resort. If Zoe can convince the stubborn cowboy to change his mind, she’ll not only impress her rich, handsome boss, but maybe—just maybe—people in town will finally start to take her seriously.

When the Rusty Wire becomes the repeated target of violent intimidation tactics, though, the spunky redhead’s meticulous to-do lists and conservative blazers are no defense against her wild child reputation. The only person who understands what it takes to forget the past is standing between her and the future. But is it the future she wants? Or will Jase’s electric kiss ignite a fire in her heart for the life she truly desires?


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Patricia_T
May 27, 2018

A nice easy, well written story for a summer afternoon read.

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kngoben thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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