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Jackson's Way
Jackson's Way
Author: Leslie Lafoy
ISBN-13: 9780553583137
ISBN-10: 0553583131
Publication Date: 10/2/2001
Pages: 400
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Lindsay McPhaull has done her best to keep her family business intact and her grasping relatives in the lifestyle they like. But what can she do now that Jackson has shown up with a will written by her father. Now even her closthes belong to a man she has nver met.
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Texan, Jackson Stennett delivers the news that Lindsay MacPhaull's long-absent father had died. He escorts her to claim her inheritance. Achts of savotage and threats emerge and they have to join forces in a sizzling alliance againsta terrifying, unseen enemy who would destroy them both and bring out the intense passion and desire neither can deny.
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Jackson Stennett thought he had a rough time in the Republic of Texas in 1838, but when he travels to New York, he discovers the true meaning of trouble. His best friend and partner, Billy, has died, leaving their ranch in debt and his family in the lurch. Lindsay MacPhaull, Billy's daughter, has been managing the prestigious family business for many years and is about to lose it all when Jackson appears and tells her the company now belongs to him. But he only wants enough money to clear the ranch and enlists her to salvage what's left of the MacPhaull holdings. Lindsay reluctantly agrees because she sees no other way to save the company. As the two of them start to investigate recent losses, mysterious accidents occur, putting their lives in danger. With strong characters and interesting plot twists, LaFoy transcends the mundane in this sparkling historical romance that follows in the footsteps of Megan McKinney and Karen Robards. Patty Engelmann
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