A Handful of Heaven
  • Published:
    Sep-1991
  • Formats:
    Print
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  • Pages:
    261
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YUKON TERRITORY WAS A GOLD MINER'S HEAVEN,
AND DEVON O'SHEA HAD COME TO CLAIM HER SHARE....

But instead of a thriving store in a boom town, Devon O'Shea discovered she was part owner of a filthy, disorganized tent -- stuck in the middle of a godforsaken frozen moose pasture -- with a bunch of motley gold diggers and a mountainous slap of animosity for a partner: Stone Man MacKenna.

Gathering mop, pail, and sheer determination, Devon vowed to make this post the best in Yukon Territory. Stone Man didn't scare her -- not his bear voice, giant size, or eagle eyes ... or threats of the bug-infested tent and bed they had to share. But his kiss -- a gruff attempt to convince her that the Yukon was no place for a lady -- left her feeling, for the first time in her life, feminine and alive.

Here in the green wilderness of the North, dreamers were panning for bits of heaven. Here, perhaps Devon might find a handful of her very own after all....
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