The Cattleman's Special Delivery
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The Cattleman's Special Delivery

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Reece Weston had never held a baby until the night he saved pregnant Jess Cassidy during a raging storm and delivered her tiny daughterSingle mom Jess has never forgotten her rescuer. So, when her baby is a few months old, she seizes the chance to repay the favor.

Cattleman Reece is usually content with the silence of the Outback—shutting out emotions, distractions. But wit...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 30th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Good book. Reece was there when Jess's husband was killed in a car accident and Jess went into labor. He delivered the baby and thought that would be the end of it. But he couldn't resist staying in touch and soon discovered that Jess was having a hard time. So he hired her to come and be the housekeeper for him and his father. I really liked both Reece and Jess. Reece is a basically kind man, but emotionally rather distant. His mother had left when he was five years old and all the women he had...more
Elle (Ligia)
Ah, happy sigh!

Such a heartwarming tale, I am definitely left grinning. The ending might have been a little cheesy but it was good nonetheless.

I had a bit of a hard time accepting the beginning, but before late the story of Reece, Jess, and Rosie was growing on me. Eeek! It’s not like I could have resisted, not with a cute baby like Rosie! LOL

I’ve been on a Harlequin roll, lately and The Cattleman's Special Delivery is definitely landing on my favorite Harlequin Romance books.

I still have anothe...more
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Same old song and dance romance novel. Lack of communication (dragged on way too long in my opinion) messes up their relationship.
A bit of a yawner. Could have been written so much better. A lot of potential was lost along the way.
My first book by this author, and my last, sad to say.
I enjoyed it as I was reading it, however now that I have finished it I dont remember much about the book. The characters and story were easy to forget, not something that stuck in your mind once you were finished.
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Multi award winning author, Barbara Hannay, is a city bred girl with a yen for country life. Most of her 40 plus books are set in rural and outback Australia and they've been enjoyed by readers around the world.
In her own version of life imitating art, Barbara and her husband currently live on a misty hillside in beautiful Far North Queensland where they keep heritage pigs, hens, ducks, turkeys an...more
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