Forgotten Memories is the first book in the Winter Creek, Montana series.
Here’s the first meeting between Adam and Jen–
“It’s up to Jen.”
“I don’t believe this.”
“She’s coming now,” the older man said while hanging up the phone. “She was at the saloon, modeling one of Barb’s newest creations.”
“Saloon?” Soft footfalls fell one at a time on the outside staircase leading to the WCHA’s office over the remodeled bank building. “She was at a saloon?”
“She works there,” the older man replied. “We all have buildings—businesses—that we sponsor. I’m the sheriff, and William’s the town’s banker.”
“And the history professor is… a saloon girl?”
“Actually she’s the saloon’s owner,” Jack said with a grin.
A history professor who owned a saloon, Adam mused. This should be interesting. Sitting back down in his chair, he stretched his legs out in front of him and slouched low in his seat, placing his damp Stetson on his lap. The soft foot steps stopped at the door, and he glanced up toward it.
She’s definitely not an old crone, he realized, studying the strangely clad woman with interest. White leather tennis shoes poked out of the bottom of a floor length red dress, the material sweeping across the tops of her modern shoes with every slight movement of her body. Lush brown hair was piled on top of her head with a large wooden clip, soft tendrils of it falling along her neck to settle gently over the high collar of her modern brown coat. As his half-closed eyes traveled down the full lines of her, he caught a glimpse of a tiny waist indented into curvy hips cradled in the same flashy red material.
Damn, where were the teachers like her when he was going to college?
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