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Courting Cassidy by Stephanie Bartlett

Courting Cassidy

by Stephanie Bartlett

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Jake Williams presides over the mill town of Maguire, Oregon with a firm hand. He hopes the new heir to Maguire Lumber will defer to his superior business sense and not bring in any new-fangled modern ideas. He's in for a surprise.

Cassidy Maguire is willful, confident, and heaven help them all --- a woman. It doesn't take long for her shockingly progressive ideas to turn the quiet town on its ear. Something must be done about Cassidy Maguire. And Jake has an idea.

But courting stubborn, sensual Cassidy soon becomes less a duty than Jake's only desire. As for Cassidy, she's utterly captivated by this sexy, if demanding man. Now all she has to do is change his bossy ways. It's called falling in love ...
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0821755706, Mass Market Paperback)

Confident Cassidy Maguire, the heiress to Maguire Lumber, enters into a battle of wills with firm-handed town manager Jake Williams, who courts Cassidy as part of his plan to overthrow her progressive ideas. Original.

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