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Cowboy Lessons
Amanda Johnson is furious when she finds out millionaire computer whiz Scott Beringer has 'stolen' her father's ranch by paying the delinquent property taxes. Scott, who considers himself a computer nerd, has always wanted to be a cowboy and he convinces Amanda to give him cowboy lessons and in return he will consider selling the property back to her. Amanda tries to ignore the sparks between them but she finds it harder and harder. No matter ho...
Dangerous Curves
HQN, Feb 2005, 6.99 ISBN: 0373770359 FBI Agent Cece Blackwell works undercover as a loose bimbo for weeks to handle a driver's death among the NASCAR racing set. Her high school nemesis and (unrequited crush) Blain Sanders heads the Sanders NASCAR team whose employee died. To her shock, Blain admits he asked for her to run the investigation because their mutual mentor insists she is the best and because of her experience with racing cars; she gl...
Warner, Jul 2004, 5.99, 352 pp. ISBN: 044661131X The Duke of Wroxley never hid that he detested his nephew Charles Montgomery for taking his son and heir down a wastrel path filled with pranks. So when his son died and Charles became the heir, the Duke insured that the young man would prove worthy with a stipulation in his will. Charles must live in the St. Giles slum for one month without telling anyone or receiving outside help to inherit any...
Warner, Apr 2003, 5.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 0446611298 In 1819 though both are aristocrats sharing some commonality in terms of invites, Lucien St. Aubyn and Elizabeth Montgomery detest each other. Elizabeth believes that Lucien is a "murdering whoremonger" living up to his reputation as the Duke of Death while he figures that in spite of her being the granddaughter of a cobbler she is the queen of snobbery. A bored Lucien decides to seduce Elizabe...

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Warner, Jan 2004, 5.99, 336 pp. ISBN: 044661131X Though he hoped to be different from his not so illustrious ancestors, Lord George Alexander Drummond feels he is just as much a rake as any of them. Still, Alex tries to avoid the infamous family label of “Wicked Wainridge” that has been worn by generations of his blood. Thus in 1816 he joins Customs in an effort to decimate the Hollowbrook smugglers and because of his family reputation succeeds...

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