A Stetson on Her Pillow [NOOK Book]

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AN ASSIGNMENT FROM HELL…

Police officer Laura Carter is willing to expose herself to danger every day. But pose as the wife of fellow cop Clint Marshall for the entire weekend to crack her latest case? No way. It's hard enough resisting his sexy cowboy charm at the station! Then again, since they're supposed to be lovers, she might as well be as convincing as possible….

AND JUST AS HOT!

Clint has no illusions...

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A Stetson on Her Pillow

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Overview


AN ASSIGNMENT FROM HELL…

Police officer Laura Carter is willing to expose herself to danger every day. But pose as the wife of fellow cop Clint Marshall for the entire weekend to crack her latest case? No way. It's hard enough resisting his sexy cowboy charm at the station! Then again, since they're supposed to be lovers, she might as well be as convincing as possible….

AND JUST AS HOT!

Clint has no illusions about melting the ice he is sure runs through Laura's blue-blooded veins. All he wants to do is solve the case and head back to Texas. But the longer he plays the passionate husband of this stunning ice princess, the more he wonders if she'd let him heat things up between them for real!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460371343
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 936 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Engaging police procedural romance

    Chicago Police Department Captain Sam Clark informs detectives Clint Marshall and Laura Carter that they will go under cover as a married couple. Laura rejects the idea of spending any time with the Texas ¿Cowboy¿. Clint silently agrees with her assessment, as he does not want to spend time with Miss Society. Clark could not care less what his two employees think so Clint and Laura play the role of a married couple. <P>Apparently the mark, Peter Monroe wants acceptance in society and once dreamed of being a cowboy while growing up in New Jersey. Thus, the Cowboy and Miss Society are to become married friends of Peter in order to find evidence linking him to the Russian Mafia. As Laura and Clint pretend to be a loving couple, they fall in love for real, but there is no way a Boston blue blood and a two Horse Junction Texan could form anything permanent once the Monroe assignment ends. <P> A STETSON ON HER PILLOW is an exciting police procedural romance that starts playfully hot over three days of role playing before turning into two days of torrid reality. The charming lead protagonists are an odd couple who shares in common police work and love. Though the ¿compromise¿ ending will annoy some readers, Ms. Liholm provides a heated tale of opposites finding love as the common denominator. <P>Harriet Klausner

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