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Taming the Texas Playboy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2013

    Boring

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  • Posted February 12, 2011

    See how the mighty falls!

    Taming the Texas Playboy -- Silhouette Special Edition # 2103 -- March 2011 -- Crystal Green -- The 2nd book of the "Billionaire Cowboy's Inc." series. -- Allison Gale was a socialite who had fallen on hard times, after her parent's death; even with all that, she was still able to support her charities. Ally was co-hostess for the "Help for Children" fundraiser being held at the Howard Ranch, over the weekend. A month before at another fundraiser, Ally had come into the sights of tycoon Jeremiah Barron. When Jeremiah tried to put the moves on her, Ally had put him down, and walked away. Jeremiah wasn't going to let Ally get away with that, she had presented a challenge that he couldn't pass up. Jeremiah was the "Help the Children" fundraiser to mix with the mover and shakers of the upper class and to get Ally to fall in his arms. Then maybe he could talk her into selling him the hotel property that Ally owned near Galveston, Texas. -- Jeremiah was still smarting from the scandal that his father had just made public. Most people thought that Jeremiah was just like his father. When Ally left the fundraiser a day early, Jeremiah had made up his mind to go after her. What he finds would be changing a lot of things in the future. -- Crystal Green writes an emotional story that will tear at your heart. Jeremiah thinks that he will treat women the way that his father always did. Ally just wants to became a mother and live a quiet life. Will Jeremiah and Ally find a way to true love before it is too late? Be sure to watch for Chet Barron story, the third book of this series coming soon in Harlequin Special Edition.

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