Small Treasures (a sexy Western romantic comedy)

Small Treasures (a sexy Western romantic comedy)

by Maureen Child

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Overview

Plucky seamstress Abby Sutton had traveled across the untamed West to the one-room cabin she had inherited. She refused to give up her only home simply because a gruff mountain man claimed he had bought it before her uncle died. No, she would stay put and let the traveling judge decide who rightfully owned the place. Anything could happen in the five weeks before the judge made his way back to town.

Samuel Hart knew he could easily eject the feisty brunette – after all, she was a tiny thing, and he was so big, he scared the local townsfolk. But he couldn’t bring himself to turn a defenseless woman out in the cold … even when she took over his masculine domain with cleaning and laughing and singing and painting the place pink, for godsake.

He had grown used to seeing fear in women’s eyes, but try as he might, the only thing Samuel saw in Abby’s eyes was affection… and the hint of something deeper, something that made him yearn for the life he had never allowed himself to want.

*Originally published by Kathleen Kane, a pseudonym for Maureen Child

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013667716
Publisher: Maureen Child
Publication date: 01/19/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 664,102
File size: 644 KB

About the Author

USA Today best selling author Maureen Child is the author of more than ninety romance novels and novellas. Maureen is a five time nominee for the prestigious Rita award from Romance Writers of America.

One of her novels, A POCKETFUL OF PARADISE, was made into a CBS-TV movie called The Soul Collector, starring Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Greenwood and Ossie Davis.

Maureen was not only on the Texas set to watch her characters come to life in front of the cameras, she was also tossed into the last scene by her husband and the producer, who both thought this would be a fun way to humiliate an author!

When her kids were small, Maureen started writing as not only a way to stay sane, but in the hopes of finding a job she could do and stay at home with them. Sanity is still an issue, but she did manage to write her way into a career she wouldn’t trade for anything.

Over the years, she’s written under lots of different names and she prefers the term ‘pseudonym’ to ‘alias’. As Ann Carberry, she wrote western historical romances. As Kathleen Kane, she wrote not only Americana romances, but western paranormal romances as well. As Sarah Hart, she wrote one really spectacular western paranormal that is still one of her favorites. And once, Ann Carberry even wrote a Victorian historical which she absolutely loved doing.

Under her own name, Maureen writes short contemporary novels for Silhouette Desire—books she loves to write because of their fast pace and condensed story telling. Maureen is also writing funny, contemporary paranormal romances for NAL and darker paranormal stories for Silhouette Nocturne.

Life is busy but when she isn’t writing you can find Maureen sitting under her ‘thinking tree’, coming up with new ideas for even more stories. When she isn’t dreaming up a new book or writing a current one, Maureen loves to travel. Her favorite vacation spot is Ireland, with Scotland coming in a very close second. She and her husband love a good road trip and Maureen’s looking forward to the day when she can actually drive to Ireland. Talk about the best of both worlds!

Maureen lives with her family in Southern California and loves to hear from her readers. Visit Maureen online at www.maureenchild.com and www.facebook.com/maureenchild!

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Small Treasures 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this back in the 7th grade n fell inlove i have been searching for it ever since i lost my personal paperback copy in the move
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the story, just hated it when the "mdash" word was entered into a ton of sentences. What was up with that? Otherwise, I would have given this 5 stars, but that was really annoying. This story reminded me of a beauty and the beast type romance. Loved the main characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Charming...................................................................... Nice story about a couple of odd ducks forming a family. Real cute story.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a wonderful romantic story!
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BoogieBev More than 1 year ago
This was a delightful surprise. Sam and Abby both lay claim to the same cabin in the mountains. What follows is a joy of discovery for both of them.
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One of my favorites of all time.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A touching story with great characters. Good humor thruout. I'm an instant fan!