Priceless by Winter Renshaw

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It was New Year’s Eve, and I should’ve been ringing in the night with cheap champagne and bad decisions at home in New York. Instead I found myself holed up in some hotel room in southern California.

But I wasn’t alone.

I was in the company of a fellow stranded traveler by the name of Cristiano. We spent one night together – forced into the same hotel room by the snowstorm that cancelled our flights and changed our lives.

His dimpled smile, panty-melting kisses, and charming wit were a temporary distraction from the chaos of the day . . . and the past year. But as soon as morning broke, I set my sights on getting home. I rented a car, mapped out my 2,749 mile journey, and packed my bags.

Only Cristiano insisted on joining me. He needed to get home, too. His best friend was getting married on Saturday. And he refused to let me go it alone. It wasn’t safe, he said.

Trekking across the country with an alluring stranger was certainly one of the more adventurous moments of my life. Falling for him was certainly one of the most daring. But uncovering his secrets? That was the most challenging. And the truth I learned . . . would shatter us both.


1. Priceless is a FULL-LENGTH standalone romance (approximately 80k words). You do not have to read Heartless or Reckless first, though for a *limited* time I have included them as bonus books!

2. Priceless is a Rixton Falls crossover (featuring Daphne Rosewood), so I've made the first three Rixton Falls books available in a sale-priced boxed set for a limited time! Each and every book in either series can be read in any order, as all are complete standalones.

About Winter Renshaw

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Published October 30, 2016 718 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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