The Maverick's Summer Love

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The Maverick's Summer Love

By Christyne Butler

Harlequin, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780373657575, 218pp.

Publication Date: July 23, 2013

"USA TODAY" bestselling author Christyne Butler visits Rust Creek Falls, the setting for the popular Montana Mavericks: Rust Creek Cowboys continuity, in a sexy and emotional romance that is sure to capture readers' hearts
Rust Creek Ramblings
The Great Montana Flood has brought all sorts of interesting menfolk to Rust Creek Falls. At the Ace in the Hole, they're all talking about hunky out-of-towner Dean Pritchett. They say the green-eyed carpenter from Thunder Canyon is in town to help rebuild the elementary school. But we've got the inside scoop
Rumor has it that Dean has a special interest in our Shelby Jenkins. Yes, that Shelby Jenkinsthe single mom who found herself in a "family way" back in high school. She's been fending off the town gossip forever, but Dean actually got into a fistfight trying to defend her honor Sweet Shelby fears his love won't last. Just what are your intentions, Mr. Maverick?

About the Author
Christyne Butler loves romance, both in real life and in the make-believe worlds of music, movies, television and most importantly to her . . books. She first discovered romance novels while serving in the US Navy and it s been a love affair ever since. With her feet now firmly on dry land in the wilds of New England, she works full time, takes care of her family and stays busy by putting pen to paper (okay, fingers to keyboard) writing her own romance novels. She writes contemporary romances full of life, love, a hint of laughter and perhaps a dash of danger too. Christyne loves the challenge of the boy-meets-girl, boy-loses-girl, boy-gets-girl-back and the journey of joy and hardship two people go through. And there has to be a happily ever after or she s just not satisfied. When she s not writing, Christyne can be found hunting for treasures at yard sales and antique fairs to add to her collection of memorabilia of women who served in the military, watching classic romantic movies and the great musicals of the 40 s and 50 s, and reading books by her favorite authors. Learn more about Christyne by visiting her website at