Hawk's Way: Carter & Falcon: The Cowboy Takes a Wife\The Unforgiving Bride
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Hawk's Way: Carter & Falcon: The Cowboy Takes a Wife\The Unforgiving Bride

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brTHE COWBOY TAKES A WIFEPDesiree Parrish had two weeks to find a man strong enough to protect her from her abusive ex-husband. She'd never forgotten Carter Prescott's kindness to her, many years ago, but could she trust him to keep her and her daughter safe now? Though she was offering him a marriage in name only, Carter had one nonnegotiable condition#151;Desiree would h...more
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Published March 1st 2011 by Harlequin (first published March 31st 2009)
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Christel
Another keeper for my shelves. But please do remember I love books about cowboys!!

2 stories from Joan Johnstons series Hawk's Way.


The Cowboy takes a Wife

Desiree needs a husband ...like yesterday. Her ex is getting out of prison and has vowed to return and hurt her really bad. Carter Prescott wants to settle down and grow some roots, have a family, and have a wife. Desiree asks him to marry her in just for name only relationship, but they have history of their own. This one deals with an abusive...more
Ann Keller
In The Cowboy Takes A Wife, Desiree Parrish is desperately seeking a man to protect her from her abusive first spouse. Big Carter Prescott must find a way into her heart through gentleness and understanding, but will he come to care for Desiree enough before the nightmare of abuse returns?

Falcon Whitelaw desired Mara Ainsworth the moment he saw her - but she was already wed to another man. Unfortunately, Mara blames Falcon for her drunken husband’s death, but circumstances throw them together ag...more
Virginia Campbell
Joan Johnston has a way with Western-themed romances. This book has two good stories in one volume. Of course, love triumphs, but the road to happiness is loaded with human complications. Temptation, forgiveness, and redemption are featured in both tales. If you love sexy cowboys with big hearts and charm that won't quit, you won't be disappointed.
Wendy
This is a fun read that is great for a weekend get away. I would recomend it to someone who likes clean and sweet love stories.
Connie Deere
I liked both stories. They were short and simple reads. It keeps in line with most of the damsels in distress stories.
Barbara Van zandt
I'd like the 1st story better than the 2nd one but but were enjoyable
Katy Beth Mckee
Great book. Both stories were engaging and kept me wanting to keep reading.
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Joan Johnston (born Little Rock, Arkansas) is a best-selling American author of over forty contemporary and historical romance novels.

Johnston was the third of seven children born to an Air Force sergeant and his music-teacher wife. She received a B.A. in theatre arts from Jacksonville University in 1970, then earning an M.A. in theatre from the University of Illinois, Urbana in 1971. She received...more
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