A Bride for Jackson Powers

A Bride for Jackson Powers

by Dixie Browning
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A Bride for Jackson Powers by Dixie Browning

Iced-in at the airport, cradling the kicking, squealing infant daughter he'd only just discovered, Jackson Powers was fresh out of patience. And now he'd hooked up with fellow strandee Hetty Reynolds, a woman who didn't fit into any of his neat pigeonholes. A woman who spoke softly and sang husky off-key lullabies to a stranger's crying baby...with eyes the color of rainwater and a body created for love. He needed a survival guide to family—and personal relationships—fast! Because once this storm was over, Jackson had to show both these ladies that he was a forever kind of man...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459213333
Publisher: Silhouette
Publication date: 06/20/2011
Series: Silhouette Desire Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 630,430
File size: 856 KB

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A Bride for Jackson Powers 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WORST. BOOK. EVER. If I had to describe the story in one word: boring. If i had to decribe the hero in one word: unlikable. Dont even get me started on the heroine. Ugh. ##
Guest More than 1 year ago
A BRIDE FOR JACKSON POWERS is the perfect antidote for winter blahs, especially after the recent snow and ice storms. It could have happened to anyone, but when it happens to the kind of people Browning is famous for creating, it's fun--pure, unadulterated fun! *** From a Tar Heel who would rather read than fly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the delightful story of a warm, loving woman who comes to the rescue of an inexperienced father with his newly discovered infant daughter. It takes place in an airport during the duress of an extended ice storm. The father, Jax, also comes to the rescue of the woman, Hetty, who is experienced with babies, but not with travel disasters. Together they find love, respect, and the meeting of mutual needs. This book is an entertaining tale for a winter's afternoon. I loved it!