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THE COWBOYS: SEAN
by Leigh Greenwood

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Colorado, 1876

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Though hed been adopted by a loving family, Sean ORyan never forgot his aunts cruel rejection and his vow to keep away from women like her.

Sean has just amassed enough money to buy a ranch in Texas, when he walks into Pearl Belladonnas saloon and finds himself in the middle of a brawl.

Pearl has worked hard to become a
successful business women. Shed made the mistake of running off with a gambler, Rock Gregson. She resolves to stay away from menuntil Sean arrives.

Rock tracks down Pearl and insists she help him fleece the men in town. When Pearl refuses he threatens to hurt her daughter.

Seeking Seans help starts out as a means of saving her daughter, but turns into something else. The more time Pearl spends with Sean the more she finds
herself forgetting the past and dreaming
of a future. Yet the fear that Rock will exact his revenge shadows her every move.

For a fast-paced story that evokes the atmosphere of the wild and woolly West, Leigh Greenwood is one of the best. This story focuses on trust, faith and the belief that love can change people for the better.
As in all the other Leigh Greenwood series, THE COWBOYS: SEAN is about family and redemption. SENSUAL (Apr., 389 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: April 1999

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