Cowboy Delirium (Harlequin Intrigue #1195)
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Cowboy Delirium (Four Brothers of Colts Run Cross #6)

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He was a cowboy first, a former navy SEAL second...and a red-blooded male third...
Until he was forced to kidnap Jaime Collingsworth.
The sexy spitfire almost made Rio Hernandez forget his undercover assignment in a major cartel that threatened to destroy south Texas. Rio didn't know what the cartel wanted with Jaime; he only knew he had to protect her.
Keeping her alive w...more
ebook, 155 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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A spoiled, rich girl is kidnapped to extort a huge ransom and force her brothers to deliver a biological weapon to Mexico. She's lucky to have a former SEAL turned undercover CIA operative to guard her back. So why doesn't she let him?

This was a surprisingly good story given the fact the heroine came across as a shallow, boyfriend-changing-like-socks, materialistic socialite. Lucky for all, this reader included, that was just a minor facet of her personality and as soon as she met her match, she...more
Good book. I loved the way that Rio tried to protect Jaime without blowing his cover. She didn't make it easy for him, either, as she kept pushing the envelope of doing what she was told. I also liked the way she insisted on staying with him and continuing the charade, in order to help bring down the bad guys. Rio didn't seem to know how to deal with her determination, until he finally decided to just go with it. I will eventually go back and read the others in the series.
I love Jaime and Rio together. The book moved quickly with the story and I couldn't put it down.
So far I have liked all in the Collingsworths from colts run cross series
Good read, lost a little momentum in the middle but overall pretty good
Your regular Harlequin romance. :) Good quick read.
Loves it. Wish I could find someone like this.
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Real name: Jo Ann Vest
Pseudonyms: Jane De Vere, Julia Fitzgerald, Julia Hamilton, Joanna Wayne, Julia Watson.

Joanna Wayne began her professional writing career with the release of her first novel, DEEP IN THE BAYOU, in 1994, but Joanna will be the first to tell you that the wheels were set in motion years before. She started reading at four years of age, the same age that she began making weekly t...more
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