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The Rancher's Surprise Marriage (Silhouette Special Edition Series #1922)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2008

    Do Tony & Maggie really want to marry?

    What a fun Cowboy!! Our Knight in Shining Armor on his White horse is September's '08 Back in Business addition to the series and it's a great addition, too. Susan Crosby has written a wonderful story of a AZ cowboy, cattleman he calls himself, and a Hollywood actress and made it believable. Maggie & Tony are special H/h. Maggie is 'America's Sweetheart' and at 31 has never been married and doesn't do nude scenes either G Maggie's making a movie at Tony's ranch, she does find him interesting the first time she sees him as she is a John Wayne fan and Tony seems to be a JW Cowboy but she is engaged to another actor. That actor breaks it off but Maggie still needs to have a big star-studded wedding in San Francisco at the new TAKA hotel as a favor to her good friend Jenny Warren. Jenny's family is opening the hotel and need a big, splashy affair for it's opening. Tony protects Maggie in a quiet way the first night of the breakup. Maggie decides she wants Tony to be her groom for awhile anyway. Tony wants it permanent he knows it right away too. Wonderful story and some great secondary characters. Tony's mother is one of those. Tony has some mixed up feelings for his father and must finally deal with them. Very entertaining and good book! Enjoy!

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