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Roses in Winter by Leslie D. Stuart
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Recommended to Dellani by: The author
Recommended for: Everyone
Read in October, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Arianna Hartwell has a secret from the world. Her real name is Savannah Greystone and she's from a small town in Montana. To the world, she's a superstar, but to Riley Rosemont, she's his "Savage".
After a terrible accident that nearly kills her, Savannah returns to Montana to find that Riley is living in her family home. He's not happy to see her.

Savannah's body and soul need to heal. She's come wanting to die, but needing to find redemption. Her shattered heart still holds four words to be true, "Forever Isn't Long Enough." Riley's hot and cold attitude alternately helps and hinders her recovery.

Riley Rosemont is a Montana Man—quiet, unassuming, stoic. His love for Savannah can overcome anything, except the fact she left him, pregnant with his son, to go to NYC for fame and fortune. He's a man who holds his anger and frustration in, occasionally lashing out at the woman he still loves. Deeply hurt by Savannah's desertion, he finds it hard to put aside these baser feelings and open his heart to love.

Forced into seclusion by an early season blizzard, the time has come for both of them to put the past behind them and move on. Relying on one another seems the only way to do that.

"Roses in Winter is a beautifully crafted, well paced novel of love, loss and rebirth. The characters are wonderfully depicted, true to their nature and three dimensional. Leslie weaves a story that makes the reader laugh, cry and want to yell (at Riley) sometimes simultaneously. I highly recommend this novel for anyone who enjoys a good laugh, a great cry and a wonderful love story.
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