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Saved By the Bid (Sutter Creek #0.5)

At Sutter Creek, Montana’s annual buy-a-bachelor fundraiser, all bids are off.

Ski patroller Mackenzie is trying to hide that she has a thing for her boss, not announce it to the world. Andrew is six-feet of irresistible mountain expert, exceedingly off limits if she wants to climb the ladder at Sutter Creek Resort. And all her private intentions are thrown into public view when she rescues him from an ex-girlfriend’s overactive auction paddle by winning him herself.

Andrew is the first to admit his workaholic ways make him a terrible boyfriend. Risking both his friendship and professional relationship with Mackenzie for a fling screams of not learning from his mistakes. But he’s a man of his word, and he owes her one hell of a date for saving his skin.

Their romantic night together ignites a flame neither of them knows how to put out. Nor are they prepared for the on-the-job fallout when rumors of their involvement spread, damaging everything they’ve worked for. With more than a date on the auction block, can they find a way to be together without paying too high a price for love?

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EXCERPT

She glanced at him with the careful, not-too-long, not-too-short way she’d perfected. “If you want me to take the auction on next year, too, I will.”

He blanched a little under his perpetual tan and ran a hand into his travel-mussed dark hair. “No. I’ve got it.”

“Drew.” Screw it. She really needed to hold him for a few seconds. She wrapped her arms around his waist. “Stop trying to run the world.”

“Just my corner of it.” His chin settled on top of her head and he sighed, clasping her to his chest.

Oh. Oh, shit, her cheek liked using his chest as a pillow way too much.


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