Down from the Mountain by Barbara Gale

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The surprise of his life awaited David Hartwell at the top of the Montana mountain: besides a sprawling mansion, he'd also inherited his late father's ward. Beautiful, enticing Ellen Candler didn't flee at the sight of his scarred face. Because she couldn't see it.

Although she was blind, Ellen had never given up hope of one day recovering her sight. But she didn't need her eyes to tell her this overpoweringly masculine forest ranger was running away from something. While he was coaxing her down from her sheltered mountain existence, Ellen was secretly waging her own campaign of seduction to turn her reluctant guardian into a loving mate…for life.


About Barbara Gale

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Barbara Gale was first published in 1981, with her Regency romance, A Question of Honor. In 2001, she began writing contemporary romance. Her first publication in that genre, The Ambassador's Vow, won Romantic Times Best Silhouette Special Edition, 2002. Her books take place not only in New York City, but in the isolated towns and hamlets that pepper New York's majestic Adirondack Mountains. Visit her web site, or email her at
Published February 15, 2012 by Silhouette Special Edition. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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