A Handful of Heaven by Kristin Hannah

By Kristin Hannah

Devon O'Shea involves the Yukon Territory looking for gold, yet as an alternative she reveals Stone guy McKenna, a mountainous slab of animosity who believes the Yukon isn't any position for a woman. while he makes an attempt to persuade her of this with a savage kiss, she reveals herself feeling, for the 1st time in her existence, female and alive. And Devon starts to wonder whether she can have struck gold in spite of everything . . .

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A Handful of Heaven

Devon O'Shea involves the Yukon Territory looking for gold, yet in its place she reveals Stone guy McKenna, a mountainous slab of animosity who believes the Yukon is not any position for a woman. whilst he makes an attempt to persuade her of this with a savage kiss, she unearths herself feeling, for the 1st time in her existence, female and alive.

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If there was one thing he'd learned about Devon, it was that she never gave up. She didn't disappoint him. After a few seconds the shadow repositioned itself on the saddle, stiffened, slipped a foot into the rat-trap pedal with an audible click, and lurched forward. Thump. The wheel hit again, only this time she was able to power through the rut. The last he saw of her was a flash of red bicycle and black wheels as she hurtled past the open flaps. "Thank God," he muttered. As long as she was riding that stupid contraption, she wasn't cleaning, or-God forbid-teaching herself how to cook.

Still . . you did smile at me-and make a joke. You'd better watch out. " He squelched a smile just in time. " Chapter Nine Stone Man stared at the slow-moving shadow outside the post and slowly shook his head. She was doing it again, trying to ride that damned bicycle. Click, thump. The shadow lurched forward. The circular shadow of the bicycle's front wheel rammed hard into the muddy, rutted earth and stopped cold. The rider's whole body flew toward the handlebars. When she hit, the little bell bolted beside her left hand tinkled gaily.

She was very close to smiling; he could see it in the tiny quiver at the corners of her mouth. " she inquired softly. He cleared his throat. "Nope. " He fidgeted uncomfortably. He couldn't remember a damn thing she'd said all night. Except for something about birds. " Her throaty voice wrapped around him. " He jumped to his feet. Damn her! She'd done it again. Outthought him. And he'd made it so easy. A few hot beans, a soft smile, a few well-chosen words, and he'd actually listened to her jabberings.

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