That Hollister Man


“You’re wasting your time with that one. Got his heart broke. Nothing and no one will ever fix it.”

Compelled to leave Boston as a means of saving her teenage brother—the only family she has—from a life of crime, Sage Dolan gladly accepts the serendipitous opportunity to purchase a small ranch and a restaurant in the rural community of Hollister, Montana.

Sage’s eagerness to start a new life for herself and her brother is met with a few obstacles along the way, the greatest being a rugged, handsome rancher who is not happy that an outsider has purchased the one piece of land he and his family have coveted for years.

Soon, Sage is engaged in a battle of wills, but she quickly discovers that it’s not a battle over property as much as it is a crusade to unlock the door to a lonely man’s heart.

Book One in the Sweet Grass – Montana Romance series, this story is a stand-alone with a HEA and no cliff-hangers.

Here’s what reviewers are saying about That Hollister Man:

  • “A joy to read!”
  • “What a beautiful, sweet, ROMANTIC start to a new series!”
  • “Beautiful descriptions of the Montana setting.”
  • “Well-written story with vivid details.”
  • “A gem.”
  • “Perfection!”
  • “I want to go to Hollister, Montana this winter and take a sleigh ride!”

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Goodreads Review

2 thoughts on “That Hollister Man


    Finally, Read “That Hollister Man”.( Ordered it through Amazon.) Couldn’t (wouldn’t) put it down. Wonderful flowing story of life in Montana as it changes you from the City. I moved here from just outside Washington,D.C. and the magnificence of Montana stilll leaves me as breathless as Spence Hollister Leaves Sage Dolan. Wonderful, fun read full of the Magic Maggie Weaves…


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