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Cowboy Daddy by Susan Mallery
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Cowboy Daddy

by Susan Mallery

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After his wife dies, Jake's adopted daughter wants to meet her birth mother. Annie Baker was a scared teen when she gave Laurel away, but now 13 years later, she has her life together. But Jake doesn't trust her - thinking she's going to take Laurel away, even as he's falling in love with her. ( )
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Rancher Jake Masters's adopted daughter had been deeply troubled since his wife's death, and he couldn't deny the little girl's anguished plea to meet her "real" mother. But it was damn hard -- and the hardest part was his stunning passion for this woman who was now an unwanted part of his life . . .

Anne Baker had come a long way from the dirt-poor Texas town where she'd made the toughest decision of her life, but she'd never forgotten her child. And nothing was going to keep them apart now -- not even the suspicions of the most disturbing and compelling man she'd ever known . . .
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