Rocky and the Senator's Daughter

Rocky and the Senator's Daughter

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by Dixie Browning
     
 

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"Any woman who can make a man laugh and want to jump her bones at the same time is more valuable than rubies and pearls." —Rocky Waters, ex-hotshot journalist and unlikely hero

Rocky Waters first met Sarah Jones when she was a shy teenager. Now scandal had followed the senator's daughter to North Carolina, and Rocky had to warn her. Sarah fiercely

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"Any woman who can make a man laugh and want to jump her bones at the same time is more valuable than rubies and pearls." —Rocky Waters, ex-hotshot journalist and unlikely hero

Rocky Waters first met Sarah Jones when she was a shy teenager. Now scandal had followed the senator's daughter to North Carolina, and Rocky had to warn her. Sarah fiercely guarded her privacy—and the child she secretly supported. But Rocky was just as determined to win over this sensual, spirited widow who aroused his protective instincts—and a whole lot more....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459203143
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
02/21/2011
Series:
Man of the Month , #1399
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
887,667
File size:
513 KB

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Rocky and the Senator's Daughter 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
cloggiedownunder More than 1 year ago
Rocky and the Senator’s Daughter by American author, Dixie Browning, is a book in the Man of the Month series. Sarah Mariah Sullivan nee Jones was trying to put her life back together in the remote farmhouse Aunty Em left her. She had stood behind her father as he faced corruption allegations (of which he was indeed guilty), followed soon after by a sex scandal involving her husband. Now her husband was dead and being out of the public eye was very important to her. Roland Waters, ex-journalist, had just about come to terms with his wife, Julie’s death after years of care due to a brain injury. When he became aware, at a rare social function, of a new book exposing her husband’s shocking affairs, he feels he must warn her. As a young journalist, he had met the teenaged Sarah at one of her father’s fund-raisers, and been taken by the young woman’s plight. Would she believe that Rocky was genuine, and not out to get himself an exclusive? This is a sweet romance: the characters are appealing, their banter is enjoyable, there are some laugh-out-loud moments as well as a few hot bedroom scenes, and the plot doesn’t go exactly where expected, but there is still a happily ever after in store for the pair. A delightful read.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Dixie Browning's books are pure enjoyment. The characters and settings are so believable and wonderful.