Making New Plans
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Making New Plans by Leah Smith


She’s the beautiful and infuriating manager of my family’s small-town lodge.

And I’m the prodigal heir with plans to sell it.

The catch? I have to live in the lodge filled with my terrible childhood memories and serve as a glorified intern to Chloe.

Personally, I think she’d rather throw me in the river. And I’d rather torch the place than stay there. But I need the money, and she’s no quitter.

The more we push each other, the more I want from her. Even if it means I start making new plans.

Author’s Note: Escape to a cozy small town and enjoy a story complete with a meet-cute by moose head, a scheming grandmother, and an emotional romance that smolders like a riverside bonfire on a cool night. First in a series of full-length, standalone small-town romances. Always HEA.

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