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Linda C. (Seagull) reviewed That Man Matthews (Home on the Ranch) (Harlequin Superromance, No 957) on
Even the best rancher in the world needs a little help now and then...
Cody Matthews can't believe the recent changes in his daughter. Gone is daddy's little angel: in her place, the devil in blue jeans. As a last resort--since Cody's a man who believes he should be able to cope with family problems on his own--he turns for help to Joan Paxton.
But Joan has her work cut out for her. Cody is just as stubborn as his daughter--and just as good at keeping secrets. And unless Joan can uncover the truth, she won't be able to prevent the Matthews family from breaking apart.
It's a possibility Joan can't bear to consider. She knows Cody and his daughter belong together...and she wants to believe Cody's conviction--that she belongs with them, too. (back cover)