Till September

Till September

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When Quinn Anderson shows up at her farm, Hannah Kramer believes he's the answer to her prayers. She desperately needs someone to help with the workload over the summer at her newly opened bed and breakfast. Hannah has a lot riding on this new business. Like many other farmers in her community, her farm is in serious debt. She needs the infusion of cash that she hopes her new business venture will bring in. Before her husband died three years previously, she promised to look after the land as a legacy to their son Ryan. Hannah fully intends to keep that promise, no matter how difficult.As they work together in Hannah's gardens, Hannah and Quinn begin to forge a friendship. Friendship soon grows into admiration and attraction. Hannah loves Quinn's sense of humor, the respect with which he treats her friends and neighbors, and the tenderness he shows her son. Ryan comes to idolize Quinn. Hannah never thought she'd ever want to be with another man after her husband died. But Quinn makes her want to live again. Passion flares between them. After they make love, Hannah knows for certain she's in love with Quinn. She longs to ask him to stay, but if he stays she wants it to be his choice. Quinn knows he feels more for Hannah then he's ever felt for another woman. He wants to stay on Hannah's farm, and for the first in his life, he contemplates marriage and family. But he has a secret, one he knows will destroy their relationship.He works for Golden Oak, a Toronto-based real estate development company that is buying farmland in the area. He knows Hannah believes Golden Oak is a greedy company taking advantage of cash-strapped farmers and destroying her community. Quinn is paying farmers fair market value for their land, and far from destroying Hannah's community, he's trying to save it. Golden Oak is purchasing the land for eight British farming families who want to move to the Saskatchewan prairies and start a new life. Quinn is certain that having new people move into the area will breathe new life into the community. Finding homes for people is important to him because there was a time in his childhood when he and his mother didn't have a home to call their own.Hannah is so set against Golden Oak that he can't bring himself tell her that he works for them. He knows she'll hate him, almost as much as he hates himself for being a coward. As the summer ends and their time together grows short, Quinn knows he has to risk everything and tell Hannah the truth. How can he convince her that he wants to build her community, not destroy it? Can Hannah put aside promises of the past in order to build a future? Can Quinn make Hannah believe he loves her before time runs out in September?show more

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