Juni has no interest in being Chase’s spring fling but will her resolve last longer than his stay?
Sure Chase hinted at forever when he asked her out but they have nothing in common. He’s a big city real estate developer in tailored suits. She’s a cafe owner in jeans and coffee-stained t-shirts. Besides, their businesses are six hundred miles apart.
No worries: All Juni has to do to keep from getting her heart broken when he leaves is resist his tantalizing charm while seeing him daily, and maybe dating him just a little bit, for the next forty days.
He wants her out. She’s determined to stay. Only one of them can win.
For 125 years, the Blakes and the Harpers shared a peaceful co-existence on Spitfire Ranch, then Arabella Harper inherited her great uncle’s land and the feud was on.
Raised in an orphanage and estranged from her family, Arabella moved to her new Montana property thinking she’d finally found home. Inheriting a cottage cluttered with car parts and ground-in motor oil? For an interior decorator, easy-peasy. Getting along with her nearest neighbor, Griffin Blake? Beyond exasperating.
The handsome cowboy took an instant, and obvious, dislike to her. The feeling should have been mutual but she suspected the curling sensation in the pit of her stomach whenever he came near wasn’t revulsion. Of course, there was no reason to let him know that.
Bitter experience taught Griffin Blake that city girls soon grew bored with ranch life, yet he had a weakness for them just the same. With her flirty suits, prim manner, and dust-mop designer dog, Arabella Harper was just his type. Which is exactly why he tried to run her off. When that didn’t work, he offered to buy her out, but she dug in her stiletto heels and stayed.
Arabella’s grit and perseverance won Griff’s heart, but would she forgive him and claim it?
Inside you’ll find:
- Large 8.5″ x 11″ pages
- A three-page spread for compiling your thoughts on up to 100 books.
- Keep a master list of the books you read.
- Record how many days and how many books you read in a year (up 2 two years or 100 books)
- An easy-to-edit index will help you keep track of your notes.
- Many extras! Keep a list of your favorite authors, books you want to buy, books you want to read, books you’ve borrowed, and books you’ve loaned.
- There are also pages designed specifically to help you keep track of books in a series.
- Capture your thoughts as you read. No more scraps of paper stuck between pages, or worse, falling out and getting lost.
Intercessory prayer is prayerfully lifting up the needs of others before God. Christians are called to carry each other in prayer [Galatians 6:2]. When we pray intentionally, our prayers are focused and mindful. Intentional prayer requires intentional habits. This journal can help you create them.
Inside you will find:
- Weekly prayer lists
- Daily prayer notes
- Daily prayer response notes
- An editable index for tracking prayers
- Weekly pages for Sunday Sermon Notes
- an easy-to-follow 52-week format for a full year of prayer
How many books do you read in a day, week, month, year?
If you’re an avid reader, this journal is for you. Keep track of the books you’ve read; the books you want to read; your favorite quotes; authors; and more. Bound in a one-year format, January through December, you’ll have a personal and in-depth record of your yearly journey as a reader.
- monthly recording guides
- a year-end tally page
- separate pages for your TBR List, your Wish List, your Favorite Author List
- Loaned and Borrowed Book recording pages
- 100 Personal Response Forms
- Editable Table of Contents