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Cowboy at Midnight
     

Cowboy at Midnight

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by Ann Major
 

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With his prosperous ranch and independence, Steven considers himself a lucky man. He's smart enough to stay far away from love—he's learned it brings only heartache. But then he meets events planner Amy Burke-Sinclair, who has beauty and the brains to match—and is just as cautious as he is.

What Steven feels for Amy leaves him stunned and ready to

Overview

With his prosperous ranch and independence, Steven considers himself a lucky man. He's smart enough to stay far away from love—he's learned it brings only heartache. But then he meets events planner Amy Burke-Sinclair, who has beauty and the brains to match—and is just as cautious as he is.

What Steven feels for Amy leaves him stunned and ready to admit that perhaps he doesn't have all the answers. And when they have to work together on a function honoring patriarch Ryan Fortune, Steven finds himself falling even harder. He soon changes his mind about the benefits of love and commitment…but will Amy change hers?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426873409
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
08/01/2010
Series:
Fortunes of Texas: Reunion , #1
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
207,268
File size:
336 KB

Meet the Author

Besides writing, Ann enjoys her husband, kids, grandchildren, cats, hobbies, and travels.  A Texan, Ann holds a B.A. from UT, and an M.A. from Texas A & M.  A former teacher on both  the secondary and college levels,  Ann is an experienced speaker.  She's written over 60 books for Dell, Silhouette Romance, Special Edition, Intimate Moments, Desire and Mira and frequently makes bestseller lists.

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Cowboy at Midnight (Fortunes of Texas: Reunion Series) 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most of the book is one big pity party for the main female character, with the main male character trying to save her soul (as it was put in the book at one point). The main female character also acted like she was a rebelling 15 year old rather than a 30 year old who has made mistakes in the past.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago