Love With A Perfect Cowboy

Author: Lori Wilde
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780062219015
Size: 13.97 MB
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New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde returns to Cupid, Texas, and asks the question: Do you ever forget your first love? Melody Spencer had long-ago wiped the dust of Cupid, Texas, off her cute shoes . . . and done her best to forget the chiseled jaw and strong arms of cowboy Luke Spencer. Their families might be part of a long-time feud, but he was her very first love, even if it turned out they never wanted the same things. But now Luke's come striding back into her life, tempting her with the memories of long, lazy evenings and hot, passionate kisses. And he has an ulterior motive—as Mayor of Cupid, he knows Melody's business savvy can help save their beloved hometown. His smooth talking might get her to Texas, but that doesn't mean he'll get her in his bed. Still, people do say love can be more perfect the second time around . . .

Her Perfect Cowboy

Author: Trish Milburn
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 9780373754540
Size: 17.11 MB
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Her Dream Man Does Not Wear a Stetson! Forget cowboys! Ever since she was a girl, India Pike has had an image of the perfect man: sophisticated, refined and with a preference for tailored suits. But after rodeo promoter Liam Parrish comes to town, she can't stop mooning over the gorgeous cowboy and single dad. Too bad Liam's totally wrong for her…even if the town's matchmaker already has India saying "I do." Liam fell hard for a "froufrou" woman once before—and the best thing to come from the experience was his daughter. So he's not about to be "matchmaked" with the same type of gal, one who likes frilly dresses instead of jeans and cowboy boots. But there's something about India that draws her to Liam. Both India and Liam admit that opposites may attract, but happy-ever-after is not so guaranteed!

The Perfect Cowboy

Author: VD Cain
Publisher: Pronoun
ISBN: 9781537894058
Size: 15.15 MB
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Clayton is a tough cowboy living on the outskirts of town with his mother and sisters on a dying farm. He’s tough and broken from the death of his father and right now he faces the problem of an evil sheriff destroying his family. Nancy is a girl with a father who’s out of control, her only escape is riding out of town occasionally when she can escape her prison. She’s ashamed, fragile and worried of her father not only destroying himself, but their relationship. These two damaged souls meet and from there sparks ignite in their once-cold hearts. However can Clayton save his family and get over the death of his father to allow himself to fall in love? And will Nancy’s secret smother the flames of growing love and lose her father in the process? This short story depicts the tale of two unlikely lovers repairing their lives together against all odds.

Cowboy Seeks Perfect Wife

Author: Linda Lewis
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 9781459272903
Size: 10.62 MB
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RUMOR HAD IT… Rafe McMasters was looking for a wife! Shouldn't be a heap of trouble for the town's most eligible bachelor. Until Rafe got an unexpected houseguest—and tongues began wagging about the chorus girl who'd come to stay…. Sidonie Saddler was far from a suitable bride, but the red-haired beauty in the bedroom next door made Rafe almost forget his wifely requirements. All the cowboy could think about was waking up next to passionate Sidonie, day after day after day…. Sidonie didn't go for arrogant ranchers, but she couldn't let sexy Rafe settle for a second-best bride. She'd just show him that even a carefree chorus girl could be a settle-down wife. That is, if the chorus girl fell in love….

Cowboy And Cowgirl Poems

Author: Alan R. Gatrell
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781434300324
Size: 11.62 MB
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Excluding the capture of New Orleans, the military affairs in southeast Louisiana during the American Civil War have long been viewed by scholars and historians has having no strategic importance during the war. As such, no such serious effort to chronicle the war in that portion of the state has been attempted, except Peña's earlier book, Touched By War: Battles Fought in the Lafourche District (1998). That book covered the military affairs in southeast Louisiana that led to the five major battles fought in that region between fall 1862 and summer 1863. Beyond that point, little is chronicled, until now. In this thoroughly researched and authoritative book, Scarred By War: Civil War in Southeast Louisiana, Christopher Peña has revised and updated his earlier work and expanded the scope to include a study of the remaining two years of the war, a period filled with intense Confederate guerilla warfare. The literary result is a book that recounts the political, social, military, and economic aspects of the war as they played out in southeast Louisiana's bayou country.