A Willing Wife

A Willing Wife

by Jackie Merritt

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ISBN-13: 9781460311387
Publisher: Silhouette
Publication date: 12/17/2012
Series: Fortunes of Texas , #9
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 322,669
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Movies fascinated Beverly Barton from an early age, and by the time she was seven she was rewriting the movies she saw to give them all happy endings. After her marriage and the births of her children, Beverly continued to be a voracious reader and a devoted movie goer, but she put her writing aspirations on hold. Now, after writing over 70 books, receiving numerous awards and becoming a New York Times bestselling author, Beverly's career became her dream come true.

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A Willing Wife 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cloggiedownunder More than 1 year ago
A Willing Wife, by American author, Jackie Merritt, is the fourth book in The Fortunes of Texas series. Maggie Perez is happy with her life; divorced from a husband she didn’t love but living in Phoenix with the joy of her life, her little son, Travis. Then she loses her job and has to move back to her parents’ home, on the Fortune Ranch. When widower, Dallas Fortune sees Maggie, he is immediately attracted, and makes it plain to her. But despite her attraction, and the kindness Dallas shows her son, Maggie is determined to reject all advances from this rich rancher used to getting his way: he’s way out of her league, and only after one thing, anyway. A sweet, sexy romance between two feisty characters, this book also continues with the ongoing dramas of the Fortunes: the kidnapped baby, the acrimonious divorce, the mystery baby and the impending marriage. Readers not following the series need only ignore these parts to enjoy a romance with appealing characters and some snappy dialogue. Merritt at her best.  3.5 stars