Artist, rancher, bull rider, Crockett Jefferson has always been a man of strong passions. So when he finds himself thinking passionately about the one woman he shouldn't-Valentine Cakes, the mother of his brother's child-this sensitive cowboy knows he's in trouble. Valentine has no idea of how Crockett feels about her, but she does think the handsome cowboy is sexier than any man has a right to be. Of course, she isn't about to let on-trying to win Crockett would confirm everything the Jefferson men once thought about her: That she was a gold digger after a wealthy cowboy. Crockett and Valentine are sitting on a powder keg-and it'll take only one sweet kiss for the whole thing to explode!
by Tina Leonard
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