Crockett's Seduction (Harlequin American Romance #1083) [NOOK Book]

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All He Wanted Was The One Woman He Couldn't Have

Artist, rancher, bull rider, Crockett Jefferson has always been a man of strong passions. So when he finds himself thinking passionately about the one woman he shouldn't--Valentine Cakes, the mother of his brother's child--this sensitive cowboy knows he's in trouble.

Valentine has no idea of how Crockett feels about her, but she does think the handsome cowboy is sexier than any man has a right to...

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Crockett's Seduction (Harlequin American Romance #1083)

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Overview

All He Wanted Was The One Woman He Couldn't Have

Artist, rancher, bull rider, Crockett Jefferson has always been a man of strong passions. So when he finds himself thinking passionately about the one woman he shouldn't--Valentine Cakes, the mother of his brother's child--this sensitive cowboy knows he's in trouble.

Valentine has no idea of how Crockett feels about her, but she does think the handsome cowboy is sexier than any man has a right to be. Of course, she isn't about to let on--trying to win Crockett would confirm everything the Jefferson men once thought about her: That she was a gold digger after a wealthy cowboy.

Crockett and Valentine are sitting on a powder keg--and it'll take only one sweet kiss for the whole thing to explode!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426858604
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/15/2010
  • Series: Cowboys by the Dozen Series , #1083
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 324,926
  • File size: 502 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2013

    Ugh

    Seriously? Crockett and Cakes? Who thought up these horrible names?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2012

    Cowboys by the dozen

    I've bought and read the whole series. Awesome characters with as many personalities as there are brothers. Good series to read.

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  • Posted February 20, 2012

    Fun and sexy

    Another in the sexy brothers series. This one is more of a stretch, but good reading nonetheless.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

    more from this reviewer

    fine contemporary ranch romance

    In Malfunction Junction, Crockett Jefferson knows he wants what he considers forbidden fruits, Valentine Cakes. However, he vows to himself to never pursue his fantasy because he is the uncle of her daughter Annette, the offspring of his younger brother Last and Veronica though they are not an entry. Crockett will not allow anything even his heart to hurt his niece so he refuses to risk devastating relationships between parents and tiny Annette. --- Valentine feels the same way about Crockett, but fears causing damage between Last and their daughter so she tries to hides her deep need. She also works hard to make her bakery a success although at night alone in bed she knows she hides in her shop to avoid her regard for Crockett, who she dreams of while awake or asleep. --- The latest 'Cowboys by the Dozen' contemporary ranch romance is a delightful tale starring two individuals who cannot help but stare at one another, but each believes they must not act on their desire because of Annette. The story line has a soap opera feel to it as do most of the novels in the series yet the Jefferson brood and their extended families are nice people trying to do the right thing though at times that hurts. These two people in love try to hide how they feel because both fear a relationship between them will confuse and hurt a small child. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2005

    Those loco Jefferson cowboys!

    The Jefferson brothers are as irresistible as Valentine's cowboy-shaped cookies. It's hard not to get roped in by the Malfunction Junction crowd~~Romantic Times

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