Coltrain's Proposal

Author: Diana Palmer

Publisher: Harlequin

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Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Dr. Louise Blakely didn't want to love Jeb Coltrain. They were supposed to be partners, running the Jacobsville medical clinic together, but instead, he treated her like the enemy. And yet when Lou tells Jeb that she's leaving, he shocks her by proposing! It wouldn't be a real marriage, of course…at least, that was Jeb's intent. Then he started to get to know Lou, to let down his guard to her warmth and caring, and everything changed. After so many years of conflict, can he prove to Lou that his love is real?

Long, Tall Texans: Coltrain & Long, Tall Texans: Marshall

Author: Diana Palmer

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer revisits two classic tales of unexpected passion Long, Tall Texans: Coltrain, originally published in 1995 as Coltrain’s Proposal. Doctors Jebediah Coltrain and Louise Blakely have been arch-enemies for years. Ever since Louise’s father had cruelly betrayed Jeb years ago, he’s plotted his revenge—and he’ll stop at absolutely nothing to get it. His plan? To convince lovely Louise to marry him, then to bring her and her family down for good. But the good doctor never counted on falling for his fake fiancée and breaking his own rules of engagement. Long, Tall Texans: Marshall, originally published in 1998 as The Princess Bride Kingman Marshall knows he’s too old, too jaded, and too burdened with secrets for fresh, youthful Tiffany Blair. And Tiffany’s not the kind of girl for just one night of passion; she’s an innocent, made for walking down the aisle to her groom. But Kingman is the only one Tiffany wants, and she’ll stop at nothing to make him hers…forever!

Long, Tall Texans Collection Volume 5

Long, Tall Texans: Hank\Long, Tall Texans: Coltrain\Long, Tall Texans: Marshall\Long, Tall Texans: Grant

Author: Diana Palmer

Publisher: Harlequin

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Category: Fiction

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Join New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer with three classic Long, Tall Texans tales, plus USA Today bestseller Rita Herron’s fan-favorite tale of a rancher on the run. Hank (Originally published in 1995 as Redbird) After years of heartache and drama, Hank Shoeman has come to one conclusion…love is nothing more than a nuisance! He has retreated to a secluded Colorado cabin, eager to be away from the pesky outside world…and the hurt that came with it. Instead, Hank is distracted by a beautiful young woman—and gets so much more than he ever bargained for… Coltrain (Originally published in 1995 as Coltrain’s Proposal) Doctors Jebediah Coltrain and Louise Blakely have been arch-enemies since Louise’s father had cruelly betrayed Jeb years ago. Jeb will stop at nothing to get revenge, plotting to convince lovely Louise to marry him, then to bring her and her family down for good. But the good doctor never counted on falling for his fake fiancée and breaking his own rules of engagement. Marshall (Originally published in 1998 as The Princess Bride) Kingman Marshall knows he’s too old, too jaded, and too burdened with secrets for fresh, youthful Tiffany Blair. And Tiffany’s not the kind of girl for just one night of passion; she’s an innocent, made for walking down the aisle to her groom. But Kingman is the only one Tiffany wants, and she’ll stop at nothing to make him hers…forever! Grant Dana Mobry has worked her family’s Texas ranch her entire life. Where does it say a rancher’s daughter has to marry a long, tall Texan—or lose her cherished home? In her father’s will—and Dana’s just discovered that her partner in this marriage of convenience is none other than the sexiest cowboy in Texas, Hank Grant! Ultimate Cowboy Rancher Brody Bloodworth has spent years blaming himself for his brother’s disappearance. If he hadn’t snuck off to be with Julie Whitehead, everything would have been different. Now FBI agent Julie is back in town, and sparks fly as they prepare for a showdown with ruthless kidnappers.

Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny

Publisher:

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Category: American literature

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