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Heaven On Earth: Fever / Eye of the Tiger / ApachApache Dream Bride
Heaven On Earth Fever / Eye of the Tiger / ApachApache Dream Bride Author:Diana Palmer, Joan Elliott Pickart, Elizabeth Lowell FEVER by Elizabeth Lowell — FROM THE FRYING PAN ... — Lisa Johansen, world traveler, had tasted the exotic and seen the extraordinary. But when a rancher called Rye came into her life, he ignited a feverish desire foreign to her mind, her body, her soul . . .. — Rye was certain Lisa was like the gold-digging women in his past. He... more »39;d been burned before, and he vowed he would make no more mistakes. Still, he found it hard to resist her. The sweet sting of her kisses tempted him to madness, and he knew he'd gotten dangerously close to the flame. But it was too late--he was addicted to the fire.
EYE OF THE TIGER by Diana Palmer
A SECOND CHANCE
She'd been a teenager with a furious crush, and he'd been an experienced man out to avenge himself on the girl he really loved. Eleanor Whitman hated the memory - and she hated him. But even four years later, the sight and scent of Keegan Taber made her weak with desire.
Keegan knew Eleanor had loved him. And he'd never forgiven himself for what he'd done. Now he'd give anything to have her love him again. But she didn't care anymore. She was crazy about another man - and all he could do was hope that man didn't put a ring on her finger before Keegan could win her back...
APACHE DREAM BRIDE by Joan Elliott Pickart
THE MAN ON THE BEDROOM FLOOR . . .
was straight out of Kathy Maxwell's dream. But she could only stare at the lone Apache, wearing nothing but formfitting buckskins and a scowl, who rose to stand at the foot of her bed. "I am Dakota," he said. "Why have you brought me to this strange place?"
Kathy was astonished at the sight before her. Somehow during the night the Native American dreamcatcher that hung above her bed had snuck into her sleep, stolen her dream man out of the 1870s and transported him here, into her present-day bedroom!
Gee Whiz, what was a twentieth-century girl to do?« less