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Worth the Wait (Ladies of Harper's Station):…

Worth the Wait (Ladies of Harper's Station): A Ladies of Harper's Station…

by Karen Witemeyer

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Tori Adams has lived in the women's colony of Harper's Station almost since its founding and has always been grateful for the almost complete absence of men in the community. Benjamin Porter has been working for Tori as a delivery driver for over a year and while he knows how terrified she is of men, he also knows that there is no other woman he could love more. When the pair head out on a trip to drum up more customers for Tori's store will Benjamin finally have the opportunity to prove to Tori that she'll be safe with him always.

This novella falls pretty shortly after the events of the first book in the Harper's Station series and follows up on the obvious tension between Tori and Ben from that novel. Witemeyer deals well with Tori's backstory and still crafts a sweet romance. Sweet and largely satisfying. ( )
  MickyFine | Mar 18, 2017 |
Karen Witemeyer is a must read for me. I loved going back and revisiting Harper's Station. This is part of that series, but can be read as a stand alone Novella. Tori had to learn that she could trust Ben and that he would help her deal with the demons that haunt her from her past. As always Karen had done a wonderful job and I would highly recommend it. Can't wait for her next book Heart on the Line to come out. ( )
  Sandralb | Feb 3, 2017 |
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Benjamin Porter is one of only two men allowed inside the women's colony of Harper's Station, Texas. A freighter by trade, he works closely with local shopkeeper, Victoria Adams, to transport the colony's goods to market. But it is more than profit that keeps him coming back. He's fallen hard for the shopkeeper and her son. Tori is brave, beautiful, and a savvy entrepreneur--the ideal partner not only for his business but for his life. Too bad she's under the impression that a man, any man, is the last thing she needs. Despite Ben's consistent kindness, Tori continues to hold him at a distance. His towering height and muscular frame, while attractive, are also dangerous. And she's faced dangerous men in the past and vowed never again. After Ben convinces Tori to partner with him in a new venture, delivering goods to area farms and ranches, he finally has a chance to woo her in earnest. But when an accident derails his plans, what once was a chance at love may be lost forever.… (more)

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