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TALL, DARK, AND TEXAN
by Jodi Thomas

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1856 Texas

2008 American-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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The popular Whispering Mountain series continues with a beautiful story about unexpected love. An exceptional storyteller, Thomas has found the perfect venue for her talent, which is as big -- and as awe-inspiring -- as Texas. Her emotionally moving stories are the kind you want to go on forever.

With his brothers married and his sister at school, Teagen McMurray runs Whispering Ranch, shoving aside his longing for love. But his quiet life changes when widow Jessie Barton and her three girls arrive. Jessie is desperate to escape her in-laws, who want to take the children. She hopes to find a safe haven with the man whose letters she treasures, her husband's friend Teagen.

Jessie reawakens his dreams for a family, but Teagen hides from his feelings and marries Jessie to help her keep the children. Their marriage of convenience changes to a sweet and tender love, and when problems on the ranch bring the family together, Jessie and her girls are there to help the McMurrays triumph. (JOVE, Nov., 350 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: JOVE

Published: November 2008

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