No More Games (A Town Without Pity #3)

by Sandy Appleyard


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No More Games by Sandy Appleyard
The right man. The wrong time. The lie that can’t outrun the past.

Clint plays a balancing act; he runs his medical practice in Huttonville while helping his sister Laura with the family ranch. He has one major flaw with women: he falls too hard too fast, ultimately driving them away before the real flame actually starts. He’s smart, sexy, hard-working, he’s the perfect eligible bachelor, except for one thing: his heart lives in the past.

Cassie and her daddy collectively run the family business. She’s a genuine hard-core success story, without the silver spoon in her mouth since birth. Her entire life, everything has been put on hold to support her father and his business in Dallas, until he falls ill. His illness could be kept in check, except for one thing: in his mind, he’s not sick.

When Cassie takes her nephew for a week while her sister goes on vacation, she brings him to Kelsey Ranch for riding lessons. The sexy Clint gives him his first lesson, while Cassie watches, swooning from the sidelines. After a brief dating interlude, Clint and Cassie both fall hard and fast for each other. But during her stay in Huttonville, there is double trouble back in Dallas: her daddy collapses and the business ends up on the chopping block.

To help save her daddy and the business, Cassie has to make a very difficult decision, making a deal with the devil himself. Cassie has to give up Clint forever, or lose the business, essentially putting the final nail in her daddy’s coffin.

What is a girl to do?

A heartwarming and heartbreaking story about choices and the implications of them. It’s also an important lesson on forgiveness and letting go. This has a wicked cliffhanger ending, so be warned! Pick up your copy today and get addicted to this fun and romantic series!
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No More Games by Sandy Appleyard