Book Reviews of Made in Texas (Boots and Booties, Bk 8) (Harlequin Temptation, No 993)

Made in Texas (Boots and Booties, Bk 8) (Harlequin Temptation, No 993)
Made in Texas - Boots and Booties, Bk 8 - Harlequin Temptation, No 993
Author: Kristine Rolofson
ISBN-13: 9780373691937
ISBN-10: 0373691939
Publication Date: 10/1/2004
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Made in Texas (Boots and Booties, Bk 8) (Harlequin Temptation, No 993) on + 608 more book reviews
THERE's NOWHERE TO HIDE...
Not in tiny Nowhere, Texas, new home to widow Addie Larson and her twin boys... and another baby on the way. One night she'd turned to a handsome cowboy for comfort and passion. Who'd have thought she'd end up pregnant?

Loner Cal MacDonald never thought he'd see the sexy little blonde who'd shared his bed months before. But here was Addie in the middle of Nowhere, and new owner of the Triple J, to boot. Instantly he craved her again -- but she wanted nothing to do with him!

Cal didn't want to be a daddy. He certainly wasn't cut out to be a family man. But something kept tugging at him. Was it duty or love? And how could he prove to Addie that she was the right woman for him?
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There's nowhere to hide...Not in tiny Nowhere, Texas, new home to widow Addie Larson and her twin boys...and another baby on the way. One night she'd turned to a handsome cowboy for comfort and passion. Who'd have thought she'd end up pregnant?

Loner Cal MacDonald never thought he'd see the sexy little blonde who'd shared his bed months before. But ehre was Addie in the middle of Nowhere, and new owner of the Triple J, to boot. Instantly he craved her again--but she wanted nothing to do with him!

Cal didn't want to be a daddy. Her certainly wasn't cut out to be a family man. But something kept tugging at him. Was it duty or love? And how could he prove to Addie that she was the right woman for him?