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Red Rock Cinderella (Harlequin online read) (2011)

by Judy Duarte

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After a week of roughing it in the wilds, Clay Baldwin drove back to Red Rock, looking as if he'd misplaced his razor days ago and had been bathing in a cold mountain spring.
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Harlequin online read - Red Rock Cinderella

Ella Stewart thought she'd found a kindred spirit in Clay Baldwin. He listened when she spoke, he was there when she needed him, he respected her—and he was down on his luck, just like she was. Which meant there was no way they had a future together.

Clay thought he'd found his destiny in Ella. She was genuine, caring, down-to-earth—and she wasn't a gold digger. Which meant they definitely had a future together.

Of course, he hadn't exactly told her that he wasn't at all poor or unemployed, that he was, in fact, a wealthy businessman. But to find true love, wasn't it worth it to tell one little white lie?
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Ella Stewart had found a kindred spirit in Clay Baldwin. He listened when she spoke, he was there when she needed him, he respected her-and he was down on his luck, just like she was. Except Clay hadn't exactly told her that he wasn't at all poor and that he was, in fact, a wealthy businessman. But to find true love, wasn't it worth telling one little white lie?.… (more)

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