Book Reviews of The Cowboy's Lady (Mannings, Bk 1) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 626)

The Cowboy's Lady (Mannings, Bk 1) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 626)
The Cowboy's Lady - Mannings, Bk 1 - Silhouette Special Edition, No 626
Author: Debbie Macomber
ISBN-13: 9780373096268
ISBN-10: 0373096267
Publication Date: 10/1990
Pages: 250
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Never met a Macomber that I didn't like
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The Cowboy's Lady, with rugged Russ Palmer and a new school teacher in Cedar Point. She from the city, braving a Montana winter. But, maybe Taylor Manning could survive the winter in Montana if he was around to keep her warm.....Taylor is strong willed, she would never submit to caveman tactics, no matter how cold the winter, but,,, the winter was promised to be very , very cold...
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WHEN RUGGED RUSS PALMER HEARD ABOUT THE NEW SCHOOLTEACHER IN COUGAR POINT HE SNORTED IN DERISION. IMAGINE A PRETTY CITY THING BRAVING A MONTANA WINTER BUT WHEN HE SET HIS EYES ON TAYLOR MANNING HE BEGAIN TO CHANGE HIS TUNE. PERHAPS THE LITTLE LADY COULD SURVIVE THE WINTER IF HE WAS AROUND TO KEEP HER WARM.
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When rugged Russ Palmer heard about the new schoolteacher in Cougar Point, he snorted in derision. Imagine a pretty city thing braving a Montana winter! But when he set eyes on Taylor Manning, he began to change his tune.

When taylor locked horns with the Cougar Point cattleman, his sexy drawl Left her weak=kneed...until Russ made it plain that, in these parts, men were men and women were best kept barefoot and pregnant.