Dallas' Most Eligible (Devils Ranch Book 4)

Dallas' Most Eligible (Devils Ranch Book 4)

by Aubrey Gross

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When opposites attract...

Darrin Mann knows what it's like to claw your way to the top. Growing up as the oldest of four with an absentee mother, Darrin worked his ass off to get out of the little three bedroom house he'd grown up in just outside of Beaumont.

Now a hotshot sports agent and Dallas' newly-crowned Most Eligible Bachelor, Darrin enjoys the finer things in life--expertly tailored Italian suits, the best wine money can buy, and the occasional perfectly coiffed woman.

There's just one problem--being crowned Dallas' Most Eligible Bachelor isn't all it's cracked up to be.
In an effort to escape the media and random, kind of creepy, pairs of panties being left on his doorstep and mailed to his office, Darrin decides to spend some time down at The Devils Ranch...where he meets single mom Miranda Jacobson, the most imperfectly coiffed woman imaginable.

What could Dallas' Most Eligible Bachelor and a wildlife biologist have in common?

More than they think...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157070830
Publisher: Aubrey Gross
Publication date: 09/26/2016
Series: Devils Ranch Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 210
File size: 334 KB

About the Author

Aubrey has been reading and writing since she was about two and a half and has been an avid romance reader since she read her first romance novel in the 6th grade. She wrote her first novel in high school. It was an imaginative historical romance that involved a cross-country trip via covered wagon, and maybe some Indians. She thinks it’s still on a floppy disk somewhere (DOS computer, y’all), but can’t be too sure. These days, she writes contemporary romance with a lot of humor and sass and characters that have issues.

She graduated from Seton Hill University's Writing Popular Fiction program with a Master of Arts in 2008. When she's not writing, she can be found with her husband and their two dogs at home in Austin, on their ranch in west Texas, watching a football or baseball game, or with her nose stuck in a (usually virtual) book.

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