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Cottonwood Creek  (Home On The Ranch) (Superromance , No 794)
Cottonwood Creek - Home On The Ranch - Superromance , No 794
Author: Margot Dalton
ISBN-13: 9780373707942
ISBN-10: 0373707940
Publication Date: 6/1/1998
Pages: 298
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Great westerny type romance.
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Someones been skimming profits from Clay's ranching operation, and now the government has sent an auditor to chck the books. The very attractive Ms. McKenna is all business. Shes is prepared to stay at his rance for as long as the job takes, although its becoming increasingly difficult to ignore her attraction to him/
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Someone has been skimming profits from Clay Aldersons ranching operation. And now the government has sent a auditor to check the books. J.C Mckenna is all business. She is prepared to stay at the ranch for as long as it takes. But its becoming difficult to ignore the attraction for clay. But she is determined to keep their relationship comepletly professional. Unfortuinantly her professional opinion is that he dont it.
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Someone's been skimming profits from Clay Alderson's ranching operation, and now the government has sent an auditor to check the books. The very attractive Ms. J.C. McKenna is all business. she's prepared to stay at his ranch for as long as the job takes, although it's becoming increasingly difficult to ignore her attraction to him--an attraction he seems to feel, too. But she's determined to keep their relationship professional.

Unfortunately, her professional opinion of Clay is that he's the prime suspect.