Texas Wild (Harlequin Desire Series #2185)

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Megan Westmoreland needs answers about her family's past. And Rico Claiborne is the man to find them. But when the truth comes out, Rico offers her a shoulder to lean on…and much, much more. Megan has heard that passions burn hotter in Texas. Now she's ready to find out….

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Overview

Megan Westmoreland needs answers about her family's past. And Rico Claiborne is the man to find them. But when the truth comes out, Rico offers her a shoulder to lean on…and much, much more. Megan has heard that passions burn hotter in Texas. Now she's ready to find out….

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  • ISBN-13: 9780373731985
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 10/2/2012
  • Series: Harlequin Desire Series , #2185
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 187
  • Sales rank: 532,117
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Brenda Jackson

A New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling and award-winning author of more than seventy-five romance titles, Brenda is a recent retiree who divides her time between family, writing and traveling with her husband. Readers may write Brenda at P.O. Box 28267, Jacksonville, Florida 32226, by email at WriterBJackson@aol.com or visit her website at www.brendajackson.net.

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"Dr. Westmoreland, there's someone here to see you."

Megan Westmoreland's brow arched as she glanced at her watch. She was due in surgery in an hour and had hoped to grab a sandwich and a drink from the deli downstairs before then. "Who is it, Grace?" she asked, speaking into the intercom system on her desk. Grace Elsberry was a student in the college's work-study program and worked part-time as an administrative assistant for the anesthesiology department at the University of Colorado Hospital.

"He's hot. A Brad Cooper lookalike with a dark tan," Grace whispered into the phone.

Megan's breath caught and warm sensations oozed through her bloodstream. She had an idea who her visitor was and braced herself for Grace to confirm her suspicions. "Says his name is Rico Claiborne." Lowering her voice even more, Grace added, "But I prefer calling him Mr. Yummy…if you know what I mean."

Yes, she knew exactly what Grace meant. The man was so incredibly handsome he should be arrested for being a menace to society. "Please send Mr. Claiborne in."

"Send him in? Are you kidding? I will take the pleasure of escorting him into your office, Dr. Westmoreland."

Megan shook her head. She couldn't remember the last time Grace had taken the time to escort anyone into her office. The door opened, and Grace, wearing the biggest of grins, escorted Rico Claiborne in. He moved with a masculine grace that exerted power, strength and confidence, and he looked like a model, even while wearing jeans and a pullover sweater.

Megan moved from behind her desk to properly greet him. Rico was tall, probably a good six-four, with dark brown hair and a gorgeous pair of hazel eyes. They had talked on the phone a number of times, but they had only met once, three months ago, at her cousin Micah's wedding. He had made such an impact on her feminine senses that she'd found it hard to stop thinking about him ever since. Now that he had completed that case he'd been working on, hopefully he was ready to start work on hers.

"Rico, good seeing you again," Megan said, smiling, extending her hand to him. Grace was right, he did look like Brad Cooper, and his interracial features made his skin tone appear as if he'd gotten the perfect tan.

"Good seeing you again as well, Megan," he said, taking her hand in his.

The warm sensation Megan had felt earlier intensified with the touch of his hand on hers, but she fought to ignore it. "So, what brings you to Denver?"

He placed his hands in the pockets of his jeans. "I arrived this morning to appear in court on a case I handled last year, and figured since I was here I'd give you an update. I actually started work on your case a few weeks ago. I don't like just dropping in like this, but I tried calling you when I first got to town and couldn't reach you on your cell phone."

"She was in surgery all morning."

They both turned to note Grace was still in the room. She stood in the doorway smiling, eyeing Rico up and down with a look of pure female appreciation on her face. Megan wouldn't have been surprised if Grace started licking her lips.

"Thanks, and that will be all Grace," Megan said.

Grace actually looked disappointed. "You sure?"

"Yes, I'm positive. I'll call you if I need you," Megan said, forcing back a grin.

"Oh, all right."

It was only when Grace had closed the door behind her that Megan glanced back at Rico to find him staring at her. A shiver of nervousness slithered down her spine. She shouldn't feel uncomfortable around him. But she had discovered upon meeting Rico that she had a strong attraction to him, something she'd never had for a man before. For the past three months, out of sight had meant out of mind where he was concerned—on her good days. But with him standing in the middle of her office she was forced to remember why she'd been so taken with him at her cousin's wedding.

The man was hot.

"Would you like to take a seat? This sounds important," she said, returning to the chair behind her desk, eager to hear what he had to say and just as anxious to downplay the emotional reaction he was causing.

A few years ago, her family had learned that her great-grandfather, Raphel Stern Westmoreland, who they'd assumed was an only child, had actually had a twin brother, Reginald Scott Westmoreland. It all started when an older man living in Atlanta by the name of James Westmoreland—a grandson of Reginald—began genealogy research on his family. His research revealed a connection to the Westmorelands living in Denver—her family. Once that information had been uncovered, her family had begun to wonder what else they didn't know about their ancestor.

They had discovered that Raphel, at twenty-two, had become the black sheep of the family after running off with the preacher's wife, never to be heard from again. He had passed through various states, including Texas, Wyoming, Kansas and Nebraska, before settling down in Colorado. It was found that he had taken up with a number of women along the way. Everyone was curious about what happened to those women, since it appeared he had been married to each one of them at some point. If that was true, there were possibly even more Westmorelands out there that Megan and her family didn't know about. That was why her oldest cousin, Dillon, had taken it upon himself to investigate her great-grandfather's other wives.

Dillon's investigation had led him to Gamble, Wyoming, where he'd not only met his future wife, but he'd also found out the first two women connected with Raphel hadn't been the man's wives, but were women he had helped out in some way. Since that first investigation, Dillon had married and was the father of one child, with another on the way. With a growing family, he was too busy to chase information about Raphel's third and fourth wives. Megan had decided to resume the search, which was the reason she had hired Rico, who had, of course, come highly recommended by her brothers and cousins.

Megan watched Rico take a seat, thinking the man was way too sexy for words. She was used to being surrounded by good-looking men. Case in point, her five brothers and slew of cousins were all gorgeous. But there was something about Rico that pulled at her in a way she found most troublesome.

"I think it's important, and it's the first break I've had," he responded. "I was finally able to find something on Clarice Riggins."

A glimmer of hope spread through Megan. Clarice was rumored to have been her great-grandfather's third wife. Megan leaned forward in her chair. "How?

Where?"

"I was able to trace what I've pieced together to a small town in Texas, on the other side of Austin, called Forbes."

"Forbes, Texas?"

"Yes. I plan to leave Thursday morning. I had thought of leaving later today, after this meeting, but your brothers and cousins talked me out of it. They want me to hang out with them for a couple of days."

Megan wasn't surprised. Although the Westmorelands were mostly divided among four states—Colorado, Georgia, Montana and Texas—the males in the family usually got together often, either to go hunting, check on the various mutual business interests or just for a poker game getaway. Since Rico was the brother-in-law to two of her cousins, he often joined those trips.

"So you haven't been able to find out anything about her?" she asked.

"No, not yet, but I did discover something interesting."

Megan lifted a brow. "What?"

"It's recorded that she gave birth to a child. We can't say whether the baby was male or female, but it was a live birth."

Megan couldn't stop the flow of excitement that seeped into her veins. If Clarice had given birth, that could mean more Westmoreland cousins out there somewhere. Anyone living in Denver knew how important family was to the Westmorelands.

"That could be big. Really major," she said, thinking. "Have you mentioned it to anyone else?"

He shook his head, smiling. "No, you're the one who hired me, so anything I discover I bring to you first."

She nodded. "Don't say anything just yet. I don't want to get anyone's hopes up. You can say you're going to Texas on a lead, but nothing else for now."

Presently, there were fifteen Denver Westmorelands. Twelve males and three females. Megan's parents, as well as her aunt and uncle, had been killed in a plane crash years ago, leaving Dillon and her oldest brother, Ramsey, in charge. It hadn't been easy, but now all of the Westmorelands were self-supporting individuals. All of them had graduated from college except for the two youngest—Bane and Bailey. Bane was in the U.S. Navy, and Bailey, who'd fought the idea of any education past high school, was now in college with less than a year to go to get her degree.

There had never been any doubt in Megan's mind that she would go to college to become an anesthesiologist. She loved her job. She had known this was the career she wanted ever since she'd had her tonsils removed at six and had met the nice man who put her to sleep. He had come by to check on her after the surgery. He'd visited with her, ate ice cream with her and told her all about his job. At the time, she couldn't even pronounce it, but she'd known that was her calling.

Yet everyone needed a break from their job every once in a while, and she was getting burned out. Budget cuts required doing more with less, and she'd known for a while that it was time she went somewhere to chill. Bailey had left that morning for Charlotte to visit their cousin Quade, his wife Cheyenne and their triplets. Megan had been tempted to go with her, since she had a lot of vacation time that she rarely used. She also thought about going to Montana, where other Westmorelands lived. One nice thing about having a large family so spread out was that you always had somewhere to go.

Suddenly, a thought popped into Megan's head, and she glanced over at Rico again to find him staring at her. Their gazes held for a moment longer than necessary before she broke eye contact and looked down at the calendar on her desk while releasing a slow breath. For some reason she had a feeling he was on the verge of finding out something major. She wanted to be there when he did. More than anything she wanted to be present when he found out about Clarice's child. If she was in Denver while he was in Texas, she would go nuts waiting for him to contact her with any information he discovered. Once she'd gotten her thoughts and plans together, she glanced back up at him.

"You're leaving for Texas in two days, right?"

He lifted a brow. "Yes. That's my plan."

Megan leaned back in her chair. "I've just made a decision about something."

"About what?"

Megan smiled. "I've decided to go with you."

Rico figured there were a lot of things in life he didn't know. But the one thing he did know was that there was no way Megan Westmoreland was going anywhere with him. Being alone with her in this office was bad enough. The thought of them sitting together on a plane or in a car was too close for comfort. It was arousing him just thinking about it.

He was attracted to her big-time and had been from the moment he'd seen her at Micah's wedding. He had arrived late because of a case he'd been handling and had shown up at the reception just moments before the bride and groom were to leave for their honeymoon. Megan had hired him a month earlier, even though they'd never met in person. Because of that, the first thing Rico did when he arrived at the reception was to ask Zane to point her out.

The moment his and Megan's gazes locked he had felt desire rush through him to a degree that had never happened before. It had shocked the hell out of him. His gaze had moved over her, taking in every single thing he saw, every inch of what he'd liked. And he'd liked it all. Way too much. From the abundance of dark curls on her head to the creamy smoothness of her mahogany skin, from the shapely body in a bridesmaid gown to the pair of silver stilettos on her feet. She had looked totally beautiful.

At the age of thirty-six, he'd figured he was way too old to be that attracted to any woman. After all, he'd dated quite a few women in his day. And by just looking at Megan, he could tell she was young, that she hadn't turned thirty yet. But her age hadn't stopped him from staring and staring and staring…until one of her cousins had reclaimed his attention. But still, he had thought about her more than he should have since then.

"Well, with that settled, I'll notify my superiors so they can find a replacement for me while I'm gone," she said, breaking into his thoughts. "There are only a few surgeries scheduled for tomorrow, and I figure we'll be back in a week or so."

Evidently she thought that since he hadn't said anything, he was okay with the idea of her accompanying him to Texas. Boy, was she wrong. "Sorry, Megan, there's no way I'll let you come with me. I have a rule about working alone."

He could tell by the mutinous expression on her face that he was in for a fight. That didn't bother him. He had two younger sisters to deal with so he knew well how to handle a stubborn female.

"Surely you can break that rule this one time."

He shook his head. "Sorry, I can't."

She crossed her arms over her chest. "Other than the fact that you prefer working alone, give me another reason I can't go with you."

He crossed his arms over his own chest. "I don't need another reason. Like I said, I work alone." He did have a reason, but he wouldn't be sharing it with her. All he had to do was recall what had almost happened the last time he'd worked a case with a woman.

"Why are you being difficult?"

"Why are you?" he countered.

"I'm not," she said, throwing her head back and gritting out her words. "This is my great-grandfather we're talking about."

"I'm fully aware of who he was. You and I talked extensively before I agreed to take on this case, and I recall telling you that I would get you the information you wanted…doing things my way."

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  • Posted September 26, 2012

    Check out the Hot Texas Wild!

    Texas Wild -- Harlequin Desire # 2185 -- October 2012 -- Brenda Jackson -- The 7th book of the “Denver Westmoreland Family” series. -- The Denver Westmoreland cousins found out that their great-grandfather, Raphel had a twin brother Reginald, who were their cousins living in Atlanta, Montana and Texas. The Westmoreland family that lives in Denver wondered if Raphel had more children that they didn’t know about. So Megan Westmoreland wanted to know more about Raphel, who had been painted as the black sheep of the family. At twenty-two Raphel had left town with the preacher’s wife, and it had been rumored that Raphel had been with other women, before Raphel married Gemma, their great-grandmother. Megan was hoping to find out if there were other Westmoreland children out there that were their relations. -- Megan hired PI Rico Claiborne to see if he could find out if there were other missing cousins. Megan had decided that she was going with Rico to Forbes, Texas so she would be the first to know what he found. The only problem was that every time that their eyes would meet, there was an instant attraction between them. Rico knew that he couldn’t keep his hands to himself, and Megan wasn’t sure that she would be able to keep away from him either. -- Brenda Jackson latest story from the Westmoreland’s family had me turning the pages quickly to see if Megan and Rico would be able to overcome this attraction that took them both by surprise. The emotion and heat makes this story almost too hot to hold. Will Rico and Megan see what could be in their future and finds true love? Pickup and copy of “Texas Wild” and enjoy. Watch for “One Winter’s Night” the next Westmoreland story coming in December 2012.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 26, 2012

    Couldn't Put Down - Must Read

    Became a fan of Brenda Jackson's last year when I got my Nook as a graduation gift. Being in school I never had time to read, once I finished a friend suggested a list of books to read Brenda Jackson was on the list. Since than I have read as many of her books as I could purchase to read on my Nook. The Westmoreland's are my favorite family series, Texas Wild started slow but once I got into it I couldn't put it down. I've already pre-ordered her next book can't wait for December to read more about the Westmorelands.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

    : Megan Westmoreland to find their true love. Megan is determine

    : Megan Westmoreland to find their true love. Megan is determined to find out about their great grandfather Rafael Westmoreland’s life and to clear his name as being a man that was unfaithful, so she hires Rico Claiborne a private investigator and is very good at what he does. Megan and Rico are attracted to one another and both are fighting it. Rico is afraid that he will turn out like his father and Megan just want to find out more about her great grandfather. Will Rico allow his past to stop him from pursuing Megan?

    Texas Wild is a good read. In this book Megan is determined to find out about her great grandfather, so the family can get closure about Raphael Westmoreland’s past, but what Rico uncovers leave unanswered questions and the continued quest to fit all the puzzle pieces together. Rico is struggle with forgiving his father for what he did to his mother and sisters.

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  • Posted May 13, 2014

    For some the journey into the past is a very are hard thing and

    For some the journey into the past is a very are hard thing and this proves true for Megan Westmoreland. Megan decided she wanted to did out more about her families past so she hires family friend Ricardo Claiborne to find answers. Megan refuses do be left out the investigation so she decides to follow Rico as he head out to meet a woman from her grandfathers past. The chemistry between these two is super thick. Megan a woman of little experience soon learns what it is to be loved, adored and taken care of. An assignment that leads to a everlasting love who could ask for more. This is definitely a great read. I give it 5 starts. Great job Mrs. Jackson as always you did it again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2013

    love her books

    I love all her books she has a great imagination and is good with her words!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2013

    #2185??????????

    Wow. Thats alot!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

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    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2013

    A very quick read

    This was an okay read from BJ. The story felt really rushed to me and I'm over most of the women in her stories being virgins. I wish she would change up her storylines a little and let more of the women be in control (like in Seduction, Westmoreland Style) and more experienced. This book was just an okay read for me as l was expecting more since l hadn't read anything from BJ in a while. This was also a very quick read that l could've read in one day had l not been busy. What l did like about the book was that l got caught up with the rest of the Westmoreland clan. I like hiw she weaves all the characters from the previous stories into the present ones. Hopefully I'll enjoy One Winter's Night, which l'm about to start reading right now.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2013

    Texas wild

    Great love story. Brenda Jackson, done it again.

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  • Posted December 17, 2012

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    Review: "Texas Wild" by Brenda Jackson another one of

    Review:

    "Texas Wild" by Brenda Jackson another one of her romantic mystery Westmoreland's novel...another Texas, Colorado, Georgia and Montana Westmoreland Clan Saga...the continuation series...

    This wonderful romance was of:

    Megan Westmoreland (heroine)...known as 'Iceberg Queen' (Megan)?...
    She was a anesthesiologist who had hired Mr. Claiborne to trace her family roots...getting information about her great-grandfather(Raphael) and how many other Westmorelands could be out there. She was a successful Doctor but Megan wasn't knowledgeable about sex...however, it didn't take her long to show that she was ...kissable, lovable...after she meets...Rico...now will Megan learn other things about life?... Megan journeys to Forbe, Tx... What will they find out there...from Fanny Banks?...

    Ricardo Claiborne(hero)...hot, irresistible, darn sexy, hot, steamy, wonderful kisser and passionate... He was a private investigator hired by Megan Westmoreland... Was this love at first sight...between these two? Well, this is where I say you must pick up "Texas Wild" and read for yourself to see where Ms. Jackson will take us on this wonderful read.

    You will not be disappointed in another one of Ms. Jackson good reads..."Texas Wild" from the beginning till the end. I was not disappointed ...Ms. Jackson always leaves us (her readers) wanting more. If you are looking for a intriguing hot steamy romantic read you have come to the right place and I would recommend this novel as a excellent read.

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  • Posted October 29, 2012

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    Another one for Brenda Jackson.

    Excellent story that grabs you from the start and never lets you go. Thanks Brenda for bring another member of the this family to life and telling thier story of true love.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2012

    Ok read

    I am a huge fan of Brenda. Just wondering if this book was rushed or someone else wrote it. The characters were fine...it just seem to have some lame statements and things about the family or father were repeated over and over...i kept thinking...you already said that. Why would any one say "lets rock"? It was way corny. It had too many fillers...she does so much better than this. Saying all that...had good love parts but too many of them too. I look forwad to others that are better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2012

    Not one of her best

    I usually enjoy her books very much. I especially like reading about the Westmorelands. This was not one of her best efforts but was OK.

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  • Posted October 26, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    Love the westmoreland series

    Can't wait for the next book

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  • Posted October 26, 2012

    I enjoyed reading Texas Wild! The story of Rico and Megan's rela

    I enjoyed reading Texas Wild! The story of Rico and Megan's relationship is rushed. Brenda Jackson is a very good writer. I felt the story was thrown together and not one of Brenda's best put together romance novels.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2012

    Not Mrs. Jackson's best

    The story was good, but not great. I'm a big fan of Mrs. Jackson. However, Rico and Megan seemed to fall in love rather quickly. They met once, and then 3 months later they hook up again to research her family. I get their chemistry, but the love came too quickly for me. Pretty much they rode in the car, made out and then she knew he was the one. Also,the mentioning of the "Westmoreland" name over and over throughout (we Westmorelands, the Westmoreland men..., etc.) was a bit annoying for me. P.S. will there be a new "Bachelor" book soon?

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  • Posted October 14, 2012

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    Recommend

    Mrs. BJ never disappoints, the Westmoreland hookups are always steamy and exiting. I like the suspense in this one and can't wait to read what's in store for the Riley Westmoreland take down and if we finally get to the bottom of the real Rapheal story. Maybe even find out why he became a drifter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2012

    Another great story

    Good story. Looking foward to next one in december.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2012

    recommend

    finally another Westmoreland book and well worth it. I really liked Rico and Megan's story.

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  • Posted October 3, 2012

    expected better story

    I liked the Rico character, but expected a better story line. Was kind of bored until the last 50 pages. What's up with Zane and lock box? I still love the Westmoreland, and Madaris.

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