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Lone Star Bride
Carolyn Davidson
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Lone Star Bride

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Not when his actions had brought suffering to others. So he sought redemption on a remote Texas ranch. The last thing he needed was trouble in the form of the ranch manager's flirtatious, beautiful, innocent daughter, Alexis Powers.

Wanting what he shouldn't have was an altogether different matter. Alexis's soft mouth and
ebook, 304 pages
Published January 17th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published July 1st 2006)
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Carolyn Davidson began writing in 1986, knowing absolutely nothing about the craft. Her first three books were rejected by Harlequin.

She met Dixie Browning at a Harlequin dinner in Charleston, South Carolina, and told Dixie she was writing, but that she feared she was too old to begin such an undertaking. Dixie's response spurred Carolyn to pursue her dream. Dixie said, in her own inimitable fashi
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