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by Joan Hohl, Barbara Faith, Kathleen Eagle

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Anthology

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Silhouette will help heat up your summer nights as they touch on one or all of your fantasies with their MEN OF SUMMER.

Attending an oil conference with her uncle, a young woman realizes her fantasy of visiting the Middle East. But when her uncle's way of doing business ends with her getting kidnapped, her other fantasy might become a reality when Barbara Faith delivers "The Sheik's Woman."

What woman doesn't dream of a rough and ready cowboy, and that's just what Kathleen Eagle gives us in "All-Around Country Blues." A down on his luck former rodeo star is offered a way of saving his ranch by the woman who broke his heart years ago.

A hard working businessman is ready for a break and being called back to the seaside town he'd enjoyed as a young man could be just the ticket. He never expected seeing his ex would bring around such changes in his life, in "Gone Fishing" by Joan Hohl. (July, 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: July 1996

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