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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

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Those deep-brimmed Stetsons. Those faded jeans. And that's just the beginning. Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be-tall, tough, and oh so handsome. In this sexy new collection of original stories, meet three men of the American West who know more than a thing or two about roping a girl's heart.

"The Reluctant Hero," Lorraine Heath

Sheriff Matthew Knight is the perfect hero for Andrea Jackson's next dime novel-or so she thinks. His outlaw-busting exploits may be larger...

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Those deep-brimmed Stetsons. Those faded jeans. And that's just the beginning. Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be-tall, tough, and oh so handsome. In this sexy new collection of original stories, meet three men of the American West who know more than a thing or two about roping a girl's heart.

"The Reluctant Hero," Lorraine Heath

Sheriff Matthew Knight is the perfect hero for Andrea Jackson's next dime novel-or so she thinks. His outlaw-busting exploits may be larger than life, but the man behind the badge is more complicated than she bargained for. What's a writer to do when she needs a story, and her scowling subject is reluctant to open up? Maybe the question should be what won't she do?

"The Great Cowboy Race," Georgina Gentry

Boston-bred heiress Henrietta never imagined she would race a horse one thousand miles across open land disguised as a boy. But then, she never believed her parents would arrange a marriage for her she would have to run away to escape. However, there's no escape from her toughest competition, expert rider and champion wrangler Comanche Jones. She needs that prize money-almost as much as she finds herself wanting him.

"Whispering by Moonlight," Teresa Bodwell

Stranded in a town called Hell Gate without a penny to her name, Isabelle Milton is relieved that circumstances haven't forced her into something truly desperate-not yet, anyway. She's run out of options when gorgeous Lucas Warring rides into town like the answer to a prayer. Willing to do anything if he takes her in, she finds herself hired on as a ranch hand during one of the coldest winters ever-and delighted to discover there are plenty of ways they can keep eachother warm.

The West has never been wilder.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780821779590
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 2/1/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    three great western romances

    ¿The Great Cowboy Race¿ by Georgina Gentry. In 1893 desperate Bostonian Henrietta Jennings travels to Chadron, Nebraska to obtain the help of a father she never met however, she learns that tough old Henry is not at his ranch, but instead in Omaha. In dire straits hiding from her mother who demands she marry a prominent Brahmin, she darns the disguise of a boy and enters a horse race to Chicago thinking that Pinkerton would seek a female easterner. Though the trail proves dangerous she adapts except for her desire for her toughest opponent, Comanche Jones. --- ¿Whispering by Moonlight¿ by Teresa Bodwell. In 1862 Isabelle Milton finds herself broke working part-time in a saloon that does not need her help in Hell Gate, Washington Territory. Lucas Warring enters the saloon looking for his wastrel brother Matt, but learns his sibling has run off with miners. The saloonkeeper and his wife, the Havermans, persuade Lucas to take Isabelle to his ranch as a cook. As the northwest suffers from a frozen winter, they fall in love while learning how to stay warm. --- ¿The Reluctant Hero¿ by Lorraine Heath. In 1884 Gallant, Texas, dime novelist Andrea Jackson chooses Sheriff Matthew Knight as her next hero. However, he refuses to talk about his escapades to The Lone Star Lily author. Desperate, Andrea decides to seduce the scowl off his face, and the words from his brain, but he persists in saying he is no hero as he has a debt to pay off. --- These are three great western romances starring brave somewhat desperate females and strong men who melt when their ladies turn up the heat. --- Harriet Klausner

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