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Tall, Dark and Dangerous [Anthology 3-in-1]

by Christina Dodd (Contributor)

Other authors: Catherine Anderson (Contributor), Susan Sizemore (Contributor)

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Catherine Anderson - “Shotgun Bride”: Preacher's daughter Charlotte Masterson was heartily sick of being the spinster of juniper Hollow. So it was a happy coincidence that found her stranded in a blizzard with Joshua Slade, the most desirable though notorious man in town.
Christina Dodd - “Wild Texas Rose”: "You're going to be mine." Those were the last words Rose heard from young Thorn Maxwell before her testimony sent him off to jail. Now he was back, handsome and bold as you please ... and intent on keeping his promise.
Susan Sizemore - “One Riot, One Ranger”: Sheriff Martha Wirth prayed for a man to help her tame Loon, the most lawless place this side of Hades. Texas Ranger Chris Parris was a godsend... even if he claimed to hail from one hundred years in the future!
Preacher's daughter Charlotte Masterson was heartily sick of being the spinster of juniper Hollow. So it was a happy coincidence that found her stranded in a blizzard with Joshua Slade, the most desirable though notorious man in town.
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