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Miss Lily's Boarding House

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When Grace Wentworth receives word her beloved aunt has died, she has no idea her inheritance is one of the most infamous bordellos in the state of Texas. Traveling to Texas to claim her inheritance will lead her straight into danger - and the chance for love.

Logan Barnett wants to find his father's killer - at any cost. He vows to avenge his father's death - he'll fight a

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Published November 21st 2012 by Cactus
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Grace Wentworth arrived in the small town of Dry Springs, Texas after receiving notice her aunt had passed away and left her as sole heir. She had loved the woman but she had stubbornly refused to live with her in Philadelphia, and similarly said no to living in Texas with her.

Logan Barnett knew that the woman the town’s sheriff and his lawyer pal escorted down the street was more than just a random visitor. He needed to know if she had a hand in his father’s death or not. Something told him tha
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I’m a romance author, and I love writing love stories set in the “Old West.” Ever since John Wayne and Claire Trevor crossed Monument Valley in a stagecoach to Kevin Costner crossing open range to Russell Crowe catching the 3:10 to Yuma, I’ve loved westerns. Spent a lot of time growing up watching the oldies: Johnny Yuma, the Rifleman, Big Valley and Have Gun, Will Travel.
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