Royal's Child (Silhouette Intimate Moments Series #913)

Royal's Child (Silhouette Intimate Moments Series #913)

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by Sharon Sala
     
 

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THE JUSTICE WAY

WAS SHE THEIR ANGEL?

Five-year-old Maddie seemed to think so. But to her exasperated father, rancher Royal Justice, Angel Rojas—the beautiful hitchhiker who got into their car that stormy night—was nothing but an unwelcome distraction.

When infuriatingly handsome Royal

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THE JUSTICE WAY

WAS SHE THEIR ANGEL?

Five-year-old Maddie seemed to think so. But to her exasperated father, rancher Royal Justice, Angel Rojas—the beautiful hitchhiker who got into their car that stormy night—was nothing but an unwelcome distraction.

When infuriatingly handsome Royal opened his car door for on-the-run Angel that night, she thought of him—and his adorable daughter—as a temporary reprieve. But suddenly the comfort of a little girl's embrace—not to mention that of her rugged rancher father—felt like more than a makeshift shelter. Was she finally coming home?

Brothers Ryder, Roman and Royal—they would do anything for each other…and for the women they loved!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459258693
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Series:
Justice Way Series , #3
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
161,167
File size:
337 KB

Meet the Author

Sharon Sala is a native of Oklahoma and a member of Romance Writers of America.  She is a NYT, USA Today, Publisher's Weekly, WaldenBooks mass market, Bestselling author of 85 plus books written as Sharon Sala and Dinah McCall.  She's a 7 time RITA finalist, Janet Dailey Award winner, 5 time National Reader's Choice Award winner, 4 time Career Achievement Award from RT Magazine, 4 time winner of Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence.

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Royal's Child 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## Mixed feelings about this one. This book was really sweet with the cute little girl. The hero was amazing, as was the daughter. The two things I didn't like: constant reminder of the heroine's ethnicity (brown skin, mex, wetback). I felt it was an unnessesary part of the story. Describe her once and be done. Also, the POV from the bad guy was just too long. Pages and pages of it just got boring. Not the worst but not the best.
Susan Sweeney More than 1 year ago
Its asome
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