Texas Cowboy's Protection

Texas Cowboy's Protection

by Barb Han

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Isaac Quinn missed his chance with Gina Anderson when he broke up with her after high school years ago and joined the military. Now, he's back home for a big family announcement. Staying in Gunner isn't in his plans until single mother, Gina, crosses his path. Learning she's just escaped from an attempted kidnapping, he'll stop at nothing to save her and put the creep behind bars...no matter how long it takes.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161481660
Publisher: Barb Han Corp
Publication date: 03/19/2019
Series: Don't Mess With Texas Cowboys , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,845
File size: 317 KB

About the Author

Barb Han is a USA TODAY and Publisher's Weekly Bestselling Author. Reviewers have called her books "heartfelt" and "exciting."

She lives in Texas--her true north--with her adventurous family, a poodle mix and a spunky rescue who is often referred to as a hot mess. She is the proud owner of too many books (if there is such a thing). When not writing, she can be found exploring Manhattan, on a mountain either hiking or skiing depending on the season, or swimming in her own backyard.

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Texas Cowboy's Protection 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 9 days ago
Okay book
Anonymous 17 days ago
The story is not bad. Facts are scatttered throughout the book out of sequence. The author has strange sex scenes, still trying to figure out the shower thing. Fairly clean, however, if you have sex scenes one shouldn't run away from cattle language. Castration, Rocky Mountain Oysters, are understood by farm and ranch people.
Anonymous 4 months ago
The mystery in the story made the book hard to put down and the romance tugged at my heart. The two main characters in the story seem so real life and I enjoyed getting to know them. The author does such a good job of letting us into their thoughts that it is easy to get engrossed in the story and forget everything else. When the story ended, I still wanted more. Good news is the cowboy has some brothers, so hopefully Barb Han will write about all the brothers!