Texas Glory [NOOK Book]

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THE WIFE HUNT

Glory Carson couldn't believe she'd actually agreed to sexy Texan Bram Bishop's unorthodox proposition. For two weeks she would "act" as Bram's wife so the determined wanna-be-groom could learn the husband ropes and lasso himself a real bride. Glory herself had no intention of ever getting married. As a marriage counselor, she was only in this ruse for its research value—certainly not because she found the blue-eyed, blue-collar Bram husband material. And although...

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Texas Glory

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Overview


THE WIFE HUNT

Glory Carson couldn't believe she'd actually agreed to sexy Texan Bram Bishop's unorthodox proposition. For two weeks she would "act" as Bram's wife so the determined wanna-be-groom could learn the husband ropes and lasso himself a real bride. Glory herself had no intention of ever getting married. As a marriage counselor, she was only in this ruse for its research value—certainly not because she found the blue-eyed, blue-collar Bram husband material. And although she thought she'd conveyed this loud and clear, she never counted on Bram's love of a challenge!

FAMILY MEN

Tux, Bram, Blue and Gib are four unforgettable men with love as endless as the Texas sky, just waiting for women special enough to win their hearts!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459271760
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Series: Family Men Series , #1088
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • File size: 318 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2005

    The Wife Hunt

    Glory Carson couldn't believe she'd actually agreed to sexy Texan Bram Bishop's unorthodox proposition. For two weeks she would 'act' as Bram's wife so the determined wanna-be groom could learn the husband ropes and lasso himself a real bride. Glory herself had ne intention of ever getting married. As a marriage counselor, she was only in this ruse for it's research value-certainly not because she found the blue-eyed, blue-collar Bram husband material. And although she thought she'd conveyed this lud and clear, she never counted on Bram's love of a challenge!

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