This had to be the worst night of Sage Tyler's life. First her fiancé jilts her. Then she has to fly home with Harlan Boyd, the arrogant, drop-dead gorgeous stranger who overheard every word of that humiliating episode—and enjoyed it! All Sage wants is for this sexy, no-account drifter to keep his distance—and keep her broken engagement a secret. But Harlan Boyd has desires of his own....
She was the most beautiful, exciting, unpredictable woman Harlan had ever met, and he could barely keep his hands off of her. Yet he tried to stay away, tried to remember that Sage Tyler needed a man who'd convince her of her own worth, not a man who'd be moving on. Then Sage's family business, the Tyler Drilling Company, came under the threat of ruin, and Sage and Harlan suddenly found themselves fighting side by side to save it... in quarters too close to keep passion at bay. Can spoiled, headstrong Sage find love with a man who seems so easy to get and so hard to keep?
Spend some more time with the Tyler Family.
©1992 Sandra Brown (P)2010 Random House
"A masterful storyteller." (USA Today)
Yes, because it is romance at it's finest.
Lucky because he is so dramatic.
yes in the other the other tyler family saga.
Considering how long ago the three Texas Tyler Family stories were written they were still very entertaining with just the right amount of humor, tragedy and love. Thanks for hours of good story telling.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
I love this story, so buy the book. Core SB read. This reader AKA Caroline winboure, reads erotic too, is just plain bad. What a waste of a good SB read.
This is the final installment in the texas series, it was well worth my credit, a lovely conclusion and goodbye to the Tyler family. It is pure romance and easy listening, the narrator did a lovely job. 4/5 stars from me!
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