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The last thing she needs right now is a man . . .

Lindsey Brooks had it all—an awesome job doling out advice to the lovelorn, a fabulous high-rise apartment, and a to-die-for fiancé. But then she got dumped—wearing nothing but a "Kiss the Cook" apron—and desperate to escape, she retreats to a tiny Montana town to reclaim a family treasure. She never dreamed anyone would try to stop her—or that he'd be sexy as ...

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The last thing she needs right now is a man . . .

Lindsey Brooks had it all—an awesome job doling out advice to the lovelorn, a fabulous high-rise apartment, and a to-die-for fiancé. But then she got dumped—wearing nothing but a "Kiss the Cook" apron—and desperate to escape, she retreats to a tiny Montana town to reclaim a family treasure. She never dreamed anyone would try to stop her—or that he'd be sexy as sin.

Too bad she finds such a hot one . . .

Rob Colter isn't into relationships—but Lindsey sees Rob as the perfect guy to help her "get back on the horse." The sex horse, that is. Unfortunately, he comes complete with a mysterious past, which gets even more mysterious when she finds his passionate letters to another woman—whose name happens to be tattooed on his chest.

And too bad he has so many secrets . . .

Now Rob's dangerous past is about to catch up with them both. And if that's not horrible enough, Lindsey is falling for him—hard. For a girl who usually has all the answers, Lindsey is up to her neck in trouble.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061429880
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/27/2008
  • Series: Avon Romance Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 1,015,270
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Toni Blake

USA Today bestselling author Toni Blake's love of writing began when she won an essay contest in the fifth grade. Soon after, she penned her first novel—nineteen notebook pages long. Since then, Toni has become a RITA®-nominated author of more than twenty contemporary romance novels, her books have received the National Readers Choice Award and the Bookseller's Best Award, and her work has been excerpted in Cosmo. Toni lives in the Midwest and enjoys traveling, crafts, and spending time outdoors.

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Letters to a Secret Lover

Chapter One

She had officially been driving forever. So long that her shoulders were sore, so long that her fingers felt as if they were locked around the wheel and would have to be pried loose if she ever stopped. And she would stop soon, one way or another. The gas needle was dangerously near E. She'd failed to notice that the last time she'd passed through a town, and she'd been sure another would pop up by now.

Like maybe the one she was heading for. Moose Falls, Montana.

Which, it appeared, lay in the complete middle of nowhere.

Thick, tall pine trees lined each side of the narrow, twisting two-lane highway—and they'd been pretty for a while, so warm and green and voluminous. Then it had gotten dark, and now they were closer to scary. Run out of gas here and you are so screwed.

Thank God for the CD player—from which John Mayer kept her awake and humming along—because she hadn't picked up a radio station in a long time. And she didn't even want to think about cell phone reception, or the lack thereof.

She'd stayed calm so far—she'd stayed calm all the way from Chicago, across Iowa and South Dakota and Wyoming and much of Montana. She'd stayed calm and cool and determined. She hadn't been afraid of traveling such a vast distance alone, or of checking into a motel by herself the last two nights. She hadn't even been afraid when she'd driven over long, lonely stretches of road where she'd also known her cell phone would be useless if needed. So even as she glanced vaguely skyward through the windshield and thought, Please, God, let mereach Moose Falls before this car runs out of gas, she decided this was no time to start being scared, either.

Instead, as the strains of "Stop This Train" filled the car, she occupied her thoughts with memories of her Great-Aunt Millie and the letter she'd written to Lindsey last summer. Aunt Millie had lived in Moose Falls for over thirty years, moving there to start a new life after her husband's death back in the seventies. She'd met her beloved John there back in 1957, and though he'd migrated east to be with her, the little town had apparently always stayed special to Aunt Millie. Lindsey now suddenly understood the immense courage making such a big move by herself must have required as Aunt Millie's words played through her mind, where they had become branded.

John and I weren't blessed with children before he passed, and I suppose I ended up treating the old canoe livery on the lake here in Moose Falls like the child I never had. So I admit to loving it a little too much, and maybe that sounds like the babble of a crazy old woman . . . but after John's death, I found my soul here, Lindsey. You visited here once as a little girl—do you remember?

She did. Fondly.

Your mother brought you the summer you were five and you stayed for three wonderful weeks. You loved the place, although I'm sure you were too young to remember.

True, she was thirty-four now and didn't recall it clearly—just pleasant bits and pieces.

I'm getting on in years, Lindsey, and I'd like to leave the old place to you in my will. I could die in peace if I knew you would value it, make it your own, see that it's kept up. I know it's a world away from your busy life in the city, but maybe that's the beauty of it? Perhaps you could use a place to escape every now and then? Think about it and let me know.

Lindsey had thought about it—for about five seconds—and kindly turned her great-aunt down. After all, her and canoes? Could there be a wackier combination? She didn't think so, and certainly Garrett was not a back-to-nature sort of guy—in fact, he'd pooh-poohed the idea practically before she'd gotten it out of her mouth. So the whole thing had seemed like a rather ridiculous notion.

And maybe it was still a ridiculous notion, but when a photo of her and her apron and a dessert-covered Garrett had promptly shown up on the Internet and in Chi-Town Beat, when for the first time in her life she did suddenly feel the need to escape . . . for some reason she'd thought of Moose Falls and the vague but peaceful images stuck in her head from that long-ago trip.

Of course, Aunt Millie's letter had been stuck in her head, too. Sure, it had seemed easy to dismiss her as being dotty and unrealistic—had she really thought Lindsey would come to Montana to rent out canoes?—but when Aunt Millie had passed away less than six months later, Lindsey had been forced to suffer the sobering knowledge that she'd let the woman die without fulfilling her last wish.

Heck, it probably would have been kinder to just take the livery, let Aunt Millie pass on, and then sell it. But she hadn't even done that—she'd simply sent back a letter explaining she wasn't really a canoe kind of girl and suggesting Aunt Millie find someone else.

Aunt Millie's body had been shipped back to Illinois for burial next to John, and as she'd been laid to rest beside him a few months ago on a blustery January day, a hard pit of guilt had settled in Lindsey's stomach. Lindsey's parents had been deeply disappointed in her reaction to Aunt Millie's gift—in truth, far more disappointed than they'd seemed at having their daughter plastered all over the Internet wearing only an apron. And they'd fully supported her decision a few days back to toss some clothes in a suitcase and set out by car to Montana.

None of which quite made sense to her, now that she thought about it. What sane parents wanted their daughter driving fifteen hundred miles alone across a desolate prairie? Even Lisa, her older, married, elementary-school-teaching sister, had thought it was a good idea. Despite the loving support they'd all shown, Lindsey could only conclude that her family was in as much shock over the whole debacle as she was and thought it would be good to get her out of the Chicago limelight for a while.

Letters to a Secret Lover. Copyright © by Toni Blake. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Posted November 4, 2009

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    Letters to a Secret Lover *WONDERFUL*

    I could not get enough of this book. The plot is wonderful. The secret keeps you guessing. Rob and Lindsey are characters you can relate too. Their chemistry is exciting. The story takes twist and turns you don't expect, and in the end it all comes together nicely. I love Toni Blake's style of writing! Bravo!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 29, 2009

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    Sexy and Hot!

    This was the first time I'd ever read a book by this author, but it won't be my last! I totally enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Rob and Lindsey make a great couple! He is super hot! She definitely can write a love scene. Whew! I loved the secondary characters and I loved the fact that they were included in the story throughout. I wish I knew where a real Moose Falls was. Maybe I'd move there. She had me loving the town and it's people. She did keep me guessing about the "secret lover" for a long time. And that tatoo on Rob's chest was another guessing game. This man had been badly hurt by the things that occurred in his life and felt unworthy of anyone's love. Thank goodness for Lindsey and her Aunt Millie. Neither gave up on him. Not only did Lindsey find love and heal her heart, she found her love of family again in Moose Falls. This was a really, really good book!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 15, 2009

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    This book blew me away. I expected a nice (and typical) love story and got so much more. Lindsaey and Rob's story made me feel so many emotions: lust, fear, love, sadness, humor, sympathy...this book is simply amazing. Without giving away any of the plot (and there are a lot of secrets in it!), you should read this book if you want a story that has hot sex scenes, funny dialoge, suspense, and a few important life lessons here and there (like learning the true meaning of forgiveness and truly learning the value of the simple things in life). It's a great escape book. Enjoy!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 1, 2009

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    Not at all what I expected.

    Wow, am I in the minority on this one.

    According to the back of the book Lindsey Brooks writes a love advice column & lives in Chicago. After an embarrassing incident with her fiancé she retreats to a small Montana town where she hopes to buy back her late aunt's canoe livery. There she meets Rob Colter who now owns the livery. After they become involved she finds "passionate" letters written to another woman whose name is tattooed on Rob's chest. Now his dangerous past is about to catch up with them both.

    First, I thought this was supposed to be a romantic suspense novel, but the "suspense" is little more than one chapter and the "romance" about the same. What there was was a ridiculous amount of sex. After the first time, sex comprises about every second chapter. Rob and Lindsey dislike each other at first meeting, a lot, yet have an immediate sexual attraction to each other.

    Second, there was nothing the least bit "passionate" about the letters. They never mentioned anything Rob & Gina did together, anything Gina had done on her own, or things they'd talked about and there was NOTHING in the letters that was the tiniest bit suggestive.

    Third, Lindsey was an idiot. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows better than to put such personal, detailed information on a blog.

    Fourth, the likelihood that someone on her blog and Rob having a history together was minuscule.

    This is the first Toni Blake book I've read and she is a good writer. I just didn't care for this book and how the plot played out. But I'd probably try another of hers.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013

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    cute and fun read

    This is a typical contemporary romance. If you set your expectations as such, the read is light and fun. I chose this book after reading "The Red Diary" by the same author. I thoroughly enjoyed it and found it to be more interesting than this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2013

    Love this book

    I absolutely could not get enough of this book. It moved a little slow in the first half, but i still couldnt put my Nook down. I laughed and I cried. The book is so relatable. I recommend it 100%. It does get pretty steamy in the sex seans so if you cant handle that part dont get it, but for the rest of you out there, youre going to LOVE IT!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2012

    Good story

    Another good story by Toni Blake...she really knows how to create realistic characters that draw you in time and time again :)

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  • Posted January 19, 2011

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    I'm Nothing But a Fish, DANGLING From Ms. Blake's TANTALIZING HOOK!


    When highly publicized Love/Relationship Advice Columnist, Lindsey Brooks, surprises her fiancée, Garrett, greeting him as he arrives home. Wearing NOTHING but an apron & a pair of "Kitten-Heels." All the while she has prepared this SUPERB dinner for them to share. What's a girl to do when the feelings AREN'T MUTAL, & he DOESN'T find her APPEALING any longer? Does she do an about-face, pack her things, & walk out the door without a word? Or does she get MAD-AS-HELL & throw the first thing she sees at his arrogant, smug face?

    My BET is on the latter part of the question, especially since a paparazzi picture of Lindsey, in her apron, & Garrett wearing strawberry filling from the cake she threw at him, end up in the news, Internet, and various gossip magazines. Exposing her humiliation & her disastrous break-up for the whole world to see.

    What's Lindsey going to do now, since her life's in SHAMBLES? Perhaps take a trip back to her roots, as Ms. Blake likes to write for her heroines when they need it most.

    Several months ago, when Lindsey was engaged to Garrett, she received a letter from her Aunt Millie. Describing she would like to leave Lindsey her property, and canoe livery as a summer/vacation home in Moose Falls, Montana. However, upon receiving the letter, Lindsey wrote back to her aunt, explaining that at the moment she had decided not to accept her gift, but was appreciative of the gesture.

    Up until this fiasco had occurred, Lindsey now has a SECOND CHANCE, to right a wrong, & finally make amends to her dead aunt. By using all at her disposal, even her life's savings to buy back the property & canoe livery.

    However, it's gonna take more than just MONEY, to persuade Rob Coulter. Especially since he's NOT "MR. POPULAR," with the rest of the folks in town. He's this ATTRACTIVE, BROAD, MYSTERIOUSLY HANDSOME, HERMIT. Who basically keeps to himself, works some construction jobs (when the canoe livery is not open), and lives in Lindsey's Aunt Millie's home with his German Sheppard, named King.

    Rob Coulter is harboring several secrets, one in particular the reason he has been celibate for longer than a year. Most of the book, I kept wondering if he's this WANTED man, trying to hide his true identity, or had he been sexually abused? Or if he's trying to become a monk or something? That, why in the world would this drop-dead-gorgeous lumberjack, be fighting his attraction towards Lindsey? Especially when it's inevitable & undeniably strong.

    The CORRECT reason took me for a LOOP!! This story had my HEART IN MY THROAT, DYING for the next TIDBIT to be REVEALED. I can't think of the perfect words for me to explain how much I admired this book, except for, "I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!"

    I've learned something else about Ms. Blake this week, that she goes by other pen names except for this one. Three in total, Toni Blair, and Lacey Alexander (when she writes Erotic Romance--HUM-YUMMY!!) I can't wait to fill up my library more of her GROUND-BREAKING ROMANTIC ACHIEVEMENTS!!

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

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    Loved It!

    Toni Blake has never disappointed with her writing. She combines the right amount of romance and drama. The characters are funny and relatable to myself. I read this book and found it hard to put down. I loved how she keeps you in suspense as to who Gina is to Rob. Her decriptions of the town and townfolk make it easier to picture this small town in Montana. Fabulous book.

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  • Posted July 6, 2009

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    This was Okay...

    I had just finished "Swept Away" and this book paled in comparison...but it was still much better than other romance novels I've read. Toni Blake knows what she's doing! Very good writer.

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

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    loved this book

    i love all toni blakes books, omg i keep picking them back up rereading them!!! im so addicted cant wait for next ones!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2009

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    Ok, lots of sex

    Horses, lots of sex and a hot secretive guy. The story was ok. I liked Rob but I didnt care for Lindsey. I might try another of Blakes books.

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  • Posted November 13, 2008

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    Letters to a Secret Lover by Toni Blake

    One of the most romantic stories I've read in a while. This is truly an emotional read and will have you laughing, crying, smiling, and fuming!<BR/><BR/>After an engagement that goes horribly wrong, Lindsey decides to take a break from her high-society life in Chicago and go visit her recently deceased great-aunt's Montana Cabin. In a tiny town, in the middle of nowhere, Lindsey learns about herself and about what's really important in life. She learns about love and forgiveness and courage...all with the mostly unwilling assistance of a stubborn, sexy man.<BR/><BR/>Rob doesn't 'do' relationships. He's had it with the heartbreak that always follows. Now that he's found a place where he belongs, he intends to stick. Alone. Then Lindsey happens...and somehow she keeps worming her way into his solitary existence.<BR/><BR/>A book romance enthusiasts MUST read. Both the hero and heroine are riddled with flaws, but that's what makes watching their relationship grow so special. Have a hanky handy as you're almost sure to tear up at least once or twice. And even if you don't, you can use it to dab the sweat off your brow after reading the sex scenes!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2008


    The book could have been better & shorter. The detachment & lack of warmth between the two main characters made me skip through it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2008

    love it!

    I think toni blake is my new favorite author. This book was really good. I think anyone can relate to her stories they really make you feel!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2008

    Entertaining and Sexy

    Toni Blake delivers an outstanding story that will have the reader laughing, sighing, wondering, and rejoicing for Lindsey and Rob as they get to know each other and learn how to grow together. All the characters add depth to the story without overshadowing the hero and heroine. The storyline moves along swiftly with interesting dialogue and descriptive scenery. You'll be at the end of the book before you realize it, and left deeply satisfied yet wanting more about Lindsey and Rob.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2008

    Romantic, fun, and sexy - wrapped all in one package!

    I have to start this off by giving my opinion of the book cover and back cover blurb. I absolutely LOVE the cover!!! The colors are gorgeous and the couple on the front is just extremely sexy! As for the blurb on the back... I was uncertain of what to think of this book. I honestly didn't know how much I was going to enjoy this one. I bought the book though as I've enjoyed other books by Toni Blake so much that I pretty much just pick up her books no matter the storyline. In this case, I'm REALLY glad I was already familiar with her because I would've missed out on a great read if not! LtaSL has it all... an extremely sweet story line, sweet and steamy sex scenes, comedic breaks, suspense, anticipation, etc... Blake did a fantastic job combining everything into one book and the story is very well-rounded. There was one part in the book that I had pretty much predicted ahead of time, but when it actually came out in the book I was given chills. Blake's writing is powerful and heartfelt. I'm definitely going to be putting some of her other books towards the top of Mt. TBR in the near future.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A fun contemporary eomance

    Relationship advice columnist Lindsey Brooks feels she is on top of the world with a hunk of a fiancé Garrett, a great job, and excellent shopping choices in Chicago. However when Garrett dumps her, a hurt and embarrassed Lindsey decides to retreat. She heads to Moose Falls, Montana with a plan to purchase the canoe livery once owned by her late great-aunt Millie. Thus she and her family can go rural when they need an urban retreat whenever they want.------------------ The owner grumpy Rob Colter refuses to sell. He is attracted to the city slicker, but wants her to leave him to his snippy existence. She thinks he is perfect for her sexually as she is attracted to the grouch. As they fall in love, she finds his passionate love letters and discovers the tattoo on his chest she concludes he met and lost his soulmate and second helpings is not her style.---------------- Though many readers will guess the twist to this fine romance, the eccentric small-town residents enhance a fun contemporary as the advice columnist and the grump fall in love. The amusing story line embellishes the differences between the lead pair yet shows how compatible they are in and out of bed. Fans will appreciate Toni Blake¿s fine romance as Lindsey knows she found love, but her beloved had found his soulmate before her based on reading the LETTERS TO A SECRET LOVER from Rob to Gina the truth will set them free.------------ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2008

    An emotional read. Wonderful

    Toni Blake¿s ability to weave an emotional charged story really shines in Letters To A Secret Lover. ------ Lindsey Brooks has written a successful Love Letter column for years in Chicago. When her own engagement blows up in her face, she retreats to Montana to try to buy back her great Aunt¿s business. Her first night in town is memorable for she drinks a tad bit to much and who comes to her rescue but Rob Colter. Rob is only the man she needs to buy the business from. According to the town gossip Rob is the town loner and Lindsey will have her work cut out for her getting on Rob¿s sweet side. _______ Rob Colter settled in Moose Falls Montana several years ago. He likes his quiet life and the niche he has made in the community. Rob¿s attempts to ignore Lindsey are hard fought. When she pleads to learn more about her aunt¿s life Rob agrees to show her around. _____ Rob and Lindsey¿s relationship changes from adversaries to lovers. Lindsey comes to realize that what she had with Garrett her ex is nothing compared to what she feels for Rob. But Rob is keeping a terrible secret that he is afraid will change everything if Lindsey or the town finds out. _____ Letters To A Secret Lover is an poignant journey of love and discovery. Rob and Lindsey aren¿t picture perfect characters. They have flaws like real people and this makes you really feel their sorrow and joy. Each page will make you fall in love with them as they do. This book should be on every romance readers list of books to get. You will not be sorry. Kudos Toni Blake.

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