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THE SILENT TYPE
by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Fans of Vicki Lewis Thompson will be delighted with this reissue of three of her enchanting romances—all in one volume.

Photographer Cleo Griffin is in Montana to take pictures of working
cowboys for her new calendar in "Manhunting in Montana." She also
is on the lookout for a husband. It's too bad cowboy Tom McBride has the potential to fill both positions, but has absolutely no interest in doing either!

When a rescue followed by a night of passion results in a baby in "Bachelor Father," Zeke Lonetree finds himself sold at an auction—the Lost Springs Benefit auction, that is. When he, Katherine and baby Amanda are stranded in his isolated cabin, he discovers the joy of being a daddy and Katherine determines what she really wants for her and her baby's future.

"Pure Temptation" has Tess Blakely determined to lose her virginity. She
has a job in New York and wants to be sexually experienced. When best friend Mac offers to help her out, he discovers he may have bitten off more than he can chew.

With a cowboy, a baby and a virgin, there is easily something for most
anyone here. These are three delightful romances that certainly bear repeat reading. (Aug., 704 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2002

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