Overview


For much of the year, some remote areas of northern Canada rest on land so precarious there are no real roads. They're accessible only once the perfect conditions appear. It's no different for certain people.

Some say life has passed Emily Moore by. They're wrong. She's just waiting for her moment….

And that moment arrives when she discovers her friend Daniel is missing and a stranger—supposedly Daniel's nephew—is living in his house. Emily ...

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The Winter Road

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Overview


For much of the year, some remote areas of northern Canada rest on land so precarious there are no real roads. They're accessible only once the perfect conditions appear. It's no different for certain people.

Some say life has passed Emily Moore by. They're wrong. She's just waiting for her moment….

And that moment arrives when she discovers her friend Daniel is missing and a stranger—supposedly Daniel's nephew—is living in his house. Emily has no reason not to believe him, but odd things are starting to occur. There are break-ins along Creek Road and no news from Daniel. Then there's the fact that his "nephew" seems more interested in Emily and her parents than in the family history he's supposed to be researching.

Welcome to Three Creeks, an ordinary little prairie town where extraordinary things are about to happen.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459224650
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/15/2011
  • Series: Harlequin Super Romance Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 645 KB

Meet the Author


Before writing her first Harlequin Superromance, published in 2002, Caron Todd was a nurse and then a library assistant. She lives with her husband in Manitoba, Canada. They have two adult children. Her Favorite Husband (September, 2008), is Todd's fifth book.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A fine romantic suspense thriller

    In Three Creeks, Manitoba Emily Moore is worried about her septuagenarian neighbor and friend Daniel Rutherford, who she has not heard from in a week and who missed a wedding in which the entire town showed up. She visits his property to learn he has been gone for about a week. Inside his dying plants show he has not been there.............. Worse a stranger is residing in Daniel¿s house insisting that he is a nephew interested in his family tree. However, as the residences on Creek Road suffer a rash of odd break-ins, Emily notices that Matthew is paying more attention to her and her parents than the Rutherford family. Emily wonders is he really a relative of her neighbor or is he the B&E bandit? Regardless, she knows from the moment their eyes saw one another, something inside her heart clicked................ The sequel to THE HOUSE ON CREEK ROAD is a fine romantic suspense thriller as Emily wonders whether her heart has betrayed her since the stranger seems to be ¿investigating¿ her family not his as he claims. Matthew finds the conflict of interest even more difficult as he hides why he is in town from the woman he has fallen in love with though they hardly know one another. The romance is perhaps too fast yet seems right as it adds conflict between the two wannabe lovers. Fans will want to travel down THE WINTER ROAD............ Harriet Klausner

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