Revisit four fan-favorite Long, Tall Texan tales from New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer Long, Tall Texans: Matt (originally published as Matt Caldwell: Texas Tycoon in 2000) Rugged tycoon Matt Caldwell has no intention of ever trusting a woman again-that is, until his new assistant walks through his door. On the run from her past, Leslie Murray struggles to keep herself out of aloof Matt's strong arms. Could this innocent beauty make Matt's protective walls crumble? The Texas Ranger (originally published in 2001) While working a high-profile murder case, Texas Ranger Marc Brannon comes face-to-face with the woman he has never forgotten. Investigator Josette Langley is determined to do her job, even if it means going against the man she still loves. But when Josette crosses evildoers, she and Marc are thrown together in a deadly game of intrigue. Long, Tall Texans: Rey (originally published as A Man of Means in 2002 by Silhouette Desire) From the moment cattleman Rey Hart first sets eyes on Meredith Johns, he is mesmerized. He asks the lovely young woman to become the cook on his ranch, but convincing her to take the job is a cinch compared to breaking the enchanting spell she casts over this long, tall Texan's heart. Long, Tall Texans: Curtis (originally published as Garden Cop in 2002 in WITH A SOUTHERN TOUCH anthology) Hunting down a missing informant, FBI Agent Curtis Russell is determined to accomplish his mission at any cost. So when he butts heads with his mother's beautiful neighbor, deputy D.A. Mary Ryan, he must resist her beauty. But can Agent Russell protect his partner-in-fighting crime when danger looms?
by Diana Palmer
by Diana Palmer, Rita Herron
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