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  • Posted April 17, 2013

    Made in Texas -- Harlequin Special Edition # 2259 -- May 2013 -

    Made in Texas --
    Harlequin Special Edition # 2259 --
    May 2013 --
    Crystal Green –

    The 3rd book of the “Byrd’s of a Feather” series. --

    After Tex Byrd’s death his ranch was divided up between his grandchildren. The granddaughters, Donna, her sister Jenna, and Tammy, their cousin, received the main house and the surrounding cabins. The girls decided to turn them into a Bed and Breakfast. Jenna and Tammy would take care of the business in Texas, while Donna would take care of the marketing part of the business from New York City. --

    At the ranch, there was a cabin that was called the dream cabin. Whoever slept on the magical feather bed and had a dream, the dream would come true. It had happened to Jenna and Tammy and they were both engaged to be married. Donna knew that it wasn’t true, but she wasn’t taking any chances. She was staying away from the dream cabin. --

    Caleb Granger had worked on the ranch for a long time. Tex had been Caleb’s friend as well as his boss. Tex had been grooming Caleb to take over as foreman on the ranch. Caleb had come back from helping his father and aunt move into a new home. Caleb was attracted to Donna Byrd and he knew that he had to have her. But, Donna was planning to return to New York as soon as the B & B was up and running, with Jenna and Tammy taking care of the business. --

    Crystal Green brings Caleb and Donna together and the emotions are high. Donna doesn’t believe in true love and doesn’t want to have her heart broken, like her father had. Will Caleb be able to convince Donna that staying at the Flying B is the best thing for them? Will Caleb and Donna find true love? Pickup a copy of “Made in Texas” and find out.

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