Million Dollar Stud [NOOK Book]

Overview


Bored with his million-dollar lifestyle, Richard Darcy Kristof accepts a dare: live for one month with strangers and without his name or his fortune. He's up for the challenge. Calling himself Darcy, he gets a job managing a horse farm. But nothing has prepared him for the challenge of the boss's gorgeous daughter—Silver Braybourne.

Silver's future is riding on one horse and its ability to win. She's not about to let anything stand in her way, least of all a new manager who's ...

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Million Dollar Stud

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Bored with his million-dollar lifestyle, Richard Darcy Kristof accepts a dare: live for one month with strangers and without his name or his fortune. He's up for the challenge. Calling himself Darcy, he gets a job managing a horse farm. But nothing has prepared him for the challenge of the boss's gorgeous daughter—Silver Braybourne.

Silver's future is riding on one horse and its ability to win. She's not about to let anything stand in her way, least of all a new manager who's too arrogant, too sexy for his own good…and hers. If she gives in to the temptation of Darcy, she can again focus on her future. Too bad once isn't enough.…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460371480
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 686,885
  • File size: 588 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2004

    Million Dollar Stud-Not Story

    Although a rich boyfriend/husband does sound tempting, this man is not completely worthy of the tall dark and handsome hero worship. Although this book was well written and could hold the attention of the reader, it left a bit to be desired especially in character development. Otherwise a fairly good read.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    warm story

    Heir to a fortune, Richard D¿arcy Kristof detests the way the debutantes chase him like raw meat. However, when you are worth millions and a media darling as the ¿millionaire stud¿ what else could you expect from the women of his class. His parents want him married to a suitable bride, but Darcy finds his circle of women boring. Desperate to be ordinary for even a month, Darcy bets his lawyer cousin Nicholas Demetries, that he can do it. He selects Cecil, Kentucky in the heart of Blue-grass country as his destination. <P>Harden Braybourne owner of Braybourne farm needs a manager since his got shot hurt. Though his daughter would be perfect, Harden is too chauvinistic to realize it. Instead he hires the stranger Darcy at a time when the ranch struggles for solvency due to bad investments. As Darcy and Silver butt heads, they fall in love, but what will happen when she learns his true identity? <P>Though the story line of poor misunderstood rich boy going incognito has been told more times than Darcy¿s worth, Meg Lacey provides a warm story line due to its cast including a four legged stud. The tale entertains the audience through the squabbles and attraction shared by the lead couple. Silver is a mercurial person except in love while Darcy knows he has met his soul mate equal in everything that matters. Readers will enjoy racing to the finish line of MILLION DOLLAR STUD. <P>Harriet Klausner

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