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Travers Brothers Book 2: Courting Abby

by Rita Hestand

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This is the second book in the Travers brothers series. I did read the first one also. (Chief cook and bottle washer) I enjoyed reading Clint & Abbey's story. It was a fairly quick read. On my nook there is 336 pages.
It will be interesting to see what happens to the rest of the brothers as their stories unfold.

Best Friends? Yeah, right, till Clint Travers spoiled it with one night of pent up longing. Now he was paying dearly. Not only had he lost Abby Martin, but now, four years later he was losing his son... Clint knew he had to do something, and quick. But what? Then his savvy sister-in-law came up with a solution. It was simple...all he had to do was...Court Abby ( )
  oldriverbooks | Mar 2, 2015 |
The second of book of series.
Clint finds out that he has a son but Abby told her son his father is dead.
Abby left home after Clint and her made love and left before she found out she was pregnant. Her father has just died. Abby is almost engaged.
Clint has loved h is best friend since high school but her father warned him off. Since the night they slept together Clint has not dated anyone.
Its a nice romance. ( )
  rhonda1111 | Feb 10, 2012 |
Hannah was about to lose her ranch. Rusty was her reluctant hero. He'd just lost the only woman he'd ever loved, he wasn't about to fall for this Hannah gal. There was only one way to protect his investment ... he'd have to marry her. After all, Texas was a community property state! He couldn't lose. Or could he? She'd share everything but her heart with him. And then suddenly everyone was calling him ... Hannah's Man! ( )
  nikel27 | Aug 1, 2007 |
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Clint Travers and Abby Martin were best friends, all their lives, until one night he ruined it by taking an unfair advantage. So Abby left. Nearly four years later, Abby comes home with a suprise that changes Clint's life forever! He took one look, and knew it was his son! Clint had loved Abby all his life, but he'd made an unfair promise to her father to never let her know it. Her father didn't think Clint good enough for his daughter. After all, Clint was a bull rider from the rodeo. Now her father was dead, and Clint had a son he couldn't claim. Abby had told Clay, his son, that he died on a bull. She didn't know how close to the truth that was, no one did. Clint had suffered massive injuries from a bull ride in the arena. He'd given up the rodeo life, and come home for good. Emma, Clint's sister-in-law told Clint he'd have to court Abby if he wanted her back. Clint was skeptical, but willing to try anything. He wanted his family, even if Abby was engaged to another man. It was Christmas time, a time for pulling taffy, and wrapping popocorn strings around the tree, and caroling with friends. A perfect time for courting, and Clint through himself into the task. Could he win the only girl he ever loved back by courting her? He was aimin' to try!… (more)

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