Book Reviews of Cowboy's Kin (Wrangler Dads) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 2)

Cowboy's Kin (Wrangler Dads) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 2)
Cowboy's Kin - Wrangler Dads - Marry Me, Cowboy, No 2
Author: Victoria Pade
ISBN-13: 9780373653119
ISBN-10: 0373653115
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 219
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Hardcover
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Part of a series, A Ranching family, by Victoria Pade, very good series. "Though scattered by years and tears, the Heller clan share mile-deep roots in one Wyoming ranch- and a singular talent for lassoing the unlikeliest hearts!
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I loved each & every one of this cowboy series and would recommend it to anyone who likes cowboy stories.
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She's not your type, Line told himself.
But he recognized this feeling he had deep down inside: he was starting up with Kansas Daye whether she was his type or not.
What he didn't understand was why. Kansas was fresh-faced and bright as a spring day.
She was also his late wife's kid sister.
And the kind of woman a man didn't mess with unless he was looking for a relationship. And Line wasn't, damn those big green eyes of hers.
A challengemaybe that's what Kansas was. A challenge to get past that controlled surface and find out if there was a hot spring beneath it. Because Line was betting there was. He was tetting that if he kissed her full on the mouth, le'd taste a little of it.
damn it to hell, he wanted to. Real bad.
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Wholesome,churchgoing Kansas Daye secretly yearned to be more than the Elk Creek's favorite " spinster aunt".A tiny, naughty part of her harbored fantasies hot enough to melt the rivets off rodeo rider Lincoln Hller's skintight jeans.Linc's roguish charm made Kansas feel utterly female.And his motherless son filled up something empty inside her.But could straitlaced Kansas ever be woman enough for a footloose,sweet-talking sinner like Linc?