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THE LAST MAN SHE WANTED...

Del Cooper was the only person who could spare Elisa Reyes from a fate worse than death. Though she had every reason to distrust the Texas Ranger accused of accidentally shooting her fiance, Elisa knew that without his help her unborn child had no future. And so she made a deal with the devil--and accepted Del's honor-bound proposal.

AND THE ONLY M...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published November 24th 2010 by Silhouette Books (first published May 2003)
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Saly
This book had a lot going on and I mean really a lot, the plot was convulted.

Elisa our heroine comes to America from her country which is strife with civil war to marry the father of her baby, he is killed in a Texas Ranger operation and the man who killed him, offers to marry her. Elisa has a deep distrust of police and authority figures because of her experiences in her country and says no at first but when she finds out her baby is not healthy agrees and sees a different side to Del, who she...more
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Vickie Taylor wrote her first novel in 1997. Upon completion, she was too chicken to give the manuscript to anyone she knew to read, so she sent her baby off to a few contests to get some anonymous feedback instead. Little did she know how her life was about to change: a few months later, she had won all four of the Romance Writers of America chapter contests she’d entered, was a Golden Heart fina...more
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