Ralston's Way [NOOK Book]

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When the computer guru meets the rancher who likes things his way, who will have their way?

Blayne Dalton knows from their first introduction he will need all his calm reasonable skills to deal with Morgan Ralston. The rancher is aggravating and determined to avoid him. The calm he is known for goes out of the window. He can't decide if he'd rather deck him or kiss him senseless. How do you rope a cowboy? You teach him that not everything has ...

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Ralston's Way

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Overview

When the computer guru meets the rancher who likes things his way, who will have their way?

Blayne Dalton knows from their first introduction he will need all his calm reasonable skills to deal with Morgan Ralston. The rancher is aggravating and determined to avoid him. The calm he is known for goes out of the window. He can't decide if he'd rather deck him or kiss him senseless. How do you rope a cowboy? You teach him that not everything has to be his way.

Morgan Ralston likes things his way. On his ranch, he is the one who make the decisions. Well at least he is supposed to be. When his brother decides to hire a new office manager and cook he knows it will lead to nothing but disruptions. What he gets is not what he expected. The man who becomes his office manager is not a problem to the ranch. The trouble is of a more personal nature—to his libido. Avoiding him doesn't work. It's time to approach this as he does everything else. After all when it comes down to it…there isn't any other way but Ralston's Way.

Publisher note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780857156297
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/22/2011
  • Series: Prentiss, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 78
  • Sales rank: 107,472
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Talia Carmichael is a romantic who believes that family, no matter if it is by blood or those you choose as family, is integral to who you are. She is an author who writes sexy stories in a variety of genres. She believes in creating stories that encompass all that falling in love or lust entails, from the highs of that first blush of attraction to the lows of not knowing if you can make your coming together as a couple work, and then finally to the acceptance of the reality of making a life together. It's all about the journey.Among her books you'll find contemporary, futuristic, fantasy, and paranormal settings with M/M and ménage themes that will have a happily-ever-after. Her books are passionate, intense, and real…to fill the craving.
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“I hired an office manager.”

Morgan Ralston stopped and turned. He ignored the squelch of the mud that caked his clothing and boots.

“What did you say?” He eyed Gibson.

“I hired an office manager to take over the office operations, big brother.” Gibson Ralston smiled, unperturbed by Morgan’s disbelieving look.

“What are you going to be doing, then?” Morgan asked mildly.

“Many things.” Gibson’s grin widened.

“Get to the point.” Morgan took a step forward.

The sound of his boots on the hardwood floor made him look down. He winced at the mud tracks he had made from the door.

“Let me clean up first. Then“—he narrowed his eyes —“you will explain.”

He turned and continued up the stairs.

“Abby’s going to tan your hide for messing up her floor.”

“Clean it before she sees it,” Morgan said, without looking back.

“What the hell is this? My floors!” a voice roared.

“Too late.” Gibson sounded amused.

Morgan glanced back at him, scowling. Gibson chuckled. Morgan glanced past him at the woman standing with her hands on her hips.

“I’ll clean it up when I get back, Abby.” Morgan knew better than to displease his housekeeper.

“You’d better,” she warned.

“I’ll make sure he does,” Gibson promised.

“Always trying to get your brother in trouble.” Abby smacked him with her towel, then walked away muttering about messy floors.

“Go on. I’ll clean up. Meet me in my office so we can talk.” Gibson grinned.

Morgan nodded and went up the stairs. Gibson being so amused, not to mention so helpful, did not bode well for their upcoming conversation. He was pretty sure what Gibson had to tell him would be something he would not like. His mood was grim as he stripped, showered and changed. Afterwards he returned downstairs to his office and grabbed some papers from his safe. He opened the door that connected his brother’s office to his, strode to the couch and took a seat. His brother glanced up at him from where he sat behind the desk. Gibson stood, picking up some papers, and came over, sitting in the armchair closest to the couch.

“Explain.” Morgan was succinct.

“Do you remember Thomas Ward?”



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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2014

    Recommend reading this author's Prentiss and Impression Series.

    Recommend reading this author's Prentiss and Impression Series.

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    Posted December 22, 2013

    Romantic Comedy

    First time ready this author and while I thought the story line had something going for it from the sample I read...I still found it a little too silly for my taste. I wasn't expecting an emotional freefall...but for a book that's so short to begin with spending pages with folks teasing the main character about his temper seemed wasteful. Also the way Morgan's friends just showed up in the story with no real explanation was also annoying. I love Cameron Dane's Quintin series and was hoping this would be something along those lines....instead it was just meh

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