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Chase the Clouds (Western Lovers: Ranch Rogues, #3)

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Sam Reese always got his way. When time came to collect on a debt, he didn't care whose toes were stepped on. He might be as stubborn as one of his own untested stallions, but he knew the value of a man's promise.

One glance at Dany Daguerre told Sam she had no intention of honoring her ex-husband's contract. Especially if it involved riding a spitfire
Mass Market Paperback, Western Lovers #3 reissue, 248 pages
Published 1998 by Harlequin (first published July 1st 1983)
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Emily Higgins
Jul 09, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Dany Daguerre is a horse trainer for show jumpers. California rancher Sam Reese hires Dany to train his problem horse for show jumping. This is a book written early in Lindsay McKenna's career. Her later books are so much better. It's a really short story.
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I've lived six lives in one and it all shows up in the books I write, one way or another.

I was always a risk taker and broke mustangs at thirteen years old in Oregon. I learn to break them with love, not threat or pain.

At 17 years old, I picked night-crawlers (worms) out in our Oregon orchards from 9pm to midnight, every night. I earned enough money to buy my school clothes and book. I also plunk
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