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By Chris Keniston


When small town nurse Nora Brown is stood up by an online date, Neil Farraday steps in to save the day. Now that the whole town thinks they’re dating, they must keep up pretenses—at least for a little while. But between filming his family reality television show, a possible serial predator on the loose, and uncovering long-lost secrets of a forgotten old house, can they really separate reality from make believe.

Love Aunt Eileen, swoon worthy cowboys, and the mysterious dogs? Can't get enough of the ghost town reality renovation show? Ready for the next romance and latest shenanigans in Tuckers Bluff? Then join the Farraday clan as another bachelor falls head over boot heels in love.

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About the Book



Series: Farraday Country

About the Author

Chris Keniston

USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty contemporary novels, Chris can be counted on to delight audiences with stories of falling in love, family values, and all around entertaining shenanigans that fans have grown to love and expect from her bestselling books.

Chris lives in suburban Dallas with her husband, two human children, and two canine children. Though she loves her puppies equally, she admits being especially attached to her German Shepherd rescue. After all, even dogs deserve a happily ever after.

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