He wanted the one woman he couldn't have Artist, rancher, bull rider. Crockett Jefferson had always been a man who followed his heart. So when his heart led him to the one woman he shouldn't turn to-Valentine Cakes, the mother of his brother's child-this sensitive cowboy knew he was in trouble. Valentine had no idea what Crockett felt for her, but she did think the handsome cowboy was more tempting than any man had a right to be. Of course, she wasn't about to let on, because trying to win Crockett would confirm everything the Jefferson men had once thought about her: that she was a gold digger after a wealthy cowboy. Crockett and Valentine were sitting on a powder keg-and it would take only one sweet kiss for the whole thing to explode!
by Tina Leonard
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