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When Peter Carrs company sends him to Southwestern Ontario to sweet-talk the town into agreeing to a gravel quarry proposal, he welcomes the challenge. Technically hes a lawyer, but really hes a problemsolver. He just never expected the problem to be Caleb Sinclair, the passionate but introverted artisan carpenter who lives next to the proposed quarry site.

Know your enemy. Thats Calebs philosophy. And trying to turn fertile farmland into a gravel pit earns Peter the title of enemy. Caleb loves that land, and if he has to make peace with his homophobic neighbors to make war on Peter, so be it. Except knowing his enemy doesnt turn out anything like he expected. Peters not the fairy-tale monsterhe just might be the first step to happy ever after.

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Beneath the Surface
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Beneath the Surface
August 20th, 2015
Kate has produced yet another page turner.  From the first chapter this one was hard to put down. Caleb is a small town boy has the farm next to proposed gravel pit.  He's never felt accepted in his small Southwestern Ontario town since he came out at the end of high school, but during a meeting to try to placate the locals about the new gravel pit he is the first to speak up and voice his objections to the operation.  Soon this shy farmer/woodworker finds himself the leader of the opposition.  There is only one problem the legal beagle from the gravel company is gorgeous and just a little more than casually interested in Caleb.  Peter is out and confident of himself but not quite sure how he can convince Caleb of his desire for more than a 'business' relationship, he is after all the enemy in town.
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