Trespass

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He opened his home. She stole his heart...and his money.

Many would envy veterinarian Russ Gray's life in rural Montana's wide-open spaces. Russ calls it lonely. In a country with more cattle than eligible females, he doesn't envision his seven years as a widower ending anytime soon. Until a mysterious woman lands at his door in the dead of night, riddled with buckshot.

Sarah Novak hates lying to such a kind, handsome man, but if an upstanding ...

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Overview

He opened his home. She stole his heart...and his money.

Many would envy veterinarian Russ Gray's life in rural Montana's wide-open spaces. Russ calls it lonely. In a country with more cattle than eligible females, he doesn't envision his seven years as a widower ending anytime soon. Until a mysterious woman lands at his door in the dead of night, riddled with buckshot.

Sarah Novak hates lying to such a kind, handsome man, but if an upstanding citizen like Russ finds out why she's been three weeks on the run, he'd surely turn her in. Yet she can't refuse his offer to let her stay until she heals, no questions asked.

From the start they fall into an easy companionship, then teasing flirtation flares into an unexpected intimate connection. But no matter how right it feels in his arms, guilt tugs at Sarah's heart. Russ doesn't deserve what she must do next.

When Russ wakes up with an empty bed-and an empty wallet-his first instinct isn't to call the cops...it's to catch her and find out why his urge to protect her overshadows all reason. Because he's had a taste of real passion, and he's not letting it slip away without a fight.

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“I just didn’t want to put the book down…”

—Fiction Vixen Book Reviews

“Trespass is beautifully written, a powerful drama that will stay with you.”

—Long and Short Reviews

“…a spectacular Blaze debut…”

—RT Magazine on Caught on Camera

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609286125
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/1/2012
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Meg Maguire wrote her first romance when the movies in her head demanded an outlet. Before writing, Meg was a lousy barista, a decent designer, and an overly enthusiastic penguin handler. She lives near Boston with her extremely good-natured and permissive husband.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2013

    Disappointing

    This is the second book by Meg Maguire that I have read. I thoroughly enjoyed "The Reluctant Nude" and so decided to read another one of hers. The writing and story development in "Trespass" felt rushed and completely unrealistic. I would not recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2012

    Great book

    Recommended

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  • Posted June 22, 2011

    Great Read

    On the run from a crime of self-defense, Sarah Novak arrives in the dead of night at Russ Gray's remote Montana property, riddled with buckshot and short on answers. Despite his misgivings, the kind, hunky vet treats her wounds and allows to let her stay until she heals. But will the attraction that flares between them be enough to allow trust to build? Russ hopes so, but when he awakens to find "Nicole" and his money gone, anger drives his emotions.

    Sarah has been on the run from her home in Buffalo for three weeks-a harrowing time when she's hitchhiked, been threatened at knifepoint and shot at by a rancher. Exhausted, she arrives on veterinarian Russ Gray's doorstep in need of medical attention, rest and food. Using the assumed name Nicole, Sarah isn't about to give out many answers. Nevertheless, the lonely widower takes her in and provides the assistance she needs.

    Over the course of a few days, they share a sort of camaraderie, and later an attraction that moves into full-blown lust. Russ wants answers but won't push her, and "Nicole" hates lying to this good man, but she has to save herself. After three days of passionate lovemaking initiated by "Nicole", she steals away with a gold watch and some money.

    Ms. Maguire has crafted a strong story with truly likable characters, and she has a knack for plumbing the depths of their souls. I'm not a fan of gratuitous sex, but the sex scenes in Trespass were appropriate to the characters and the story, and if you like them spicy, then this is the book for you!

    Russ has been a widower seven years, and he's lonely but never expected to find a woman in the remote Montana ranch country. He's locked in the past, living in a seventies house with now prospects for a future other than treating farm animals in the community. Enter Sarah, a big city girl, and almost his exact opposite. Yet the attraction between them sizzles, and Sarah, who has escaped from a bad environment and a bad childhood, recognizes the decency in Russ. She wants to stay for as long as he will have her.

    I felt both Sarah's and Russ' motivations were in keeping with their characters. Ms. Maguire did an excellent job of reeling me in and keeping me interested in the outcome.

    Trespass is beautifully written, a powerful drama that will stay with you. I won't reveal the ending, but be ready to shed some happy tears.

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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