Texas Millionaire

Texas Millionaire

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by Dixie Browning
     
 

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THE OIL BARON

He was the epitome of masculinity—and rich as sin. But with midlife approaching, Texas baron Hank Langley was in sore need of a wife. And finding a Mrs.Langely from the bevy of social-climbing beauties was a challenge even for this ex-military man. Until Callie Riley, his new, much younger secretary, breezed into

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THE OIL BARON

He was the epitome of masculinity—and rich as sin. But with midlife approaching, Texas baron Hank Langley was in sore need of a wife. And finding a Mrs.Langely from the bevy of social-climbing beauties was a challenge even for this ex-military man. Until Callie Riley, his new, much younger secretary, breezed into his life and took Hank's hardened heart by storm. Suddenly he was learning more about love than he'd ever thought possible. Could the millionaire convince this fresh-faced country girl to say "I do" to an older man?

Five wealthy Texas bachelors—all members of the state's most exclusive club—set out on a mission to rescue a princess…and find true love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459258327
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Series:
Texas Cattleman's Club , #1232
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
180,696
File size:
416 KB

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Texas Millionaire 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If this book was not the first one of the series, I would not bother with it. There are so very many inconsistencies by the end even my imagination had trouble making it work. Maybe the author wrote and much longer book and had to cut it down to a certain size. That would make sense that whoever edited it just did a total disservice to the story and reader. Or the author and editors didn't actually ever read the book cover to cover before releasing it. I have already read the Maverick and Showdown series. Some of the problems may have to do with that. It seems, however that time is relative and logical time frames are pushed out the window in favor of the story. This is something I have noticed in several of the books.
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