All he wanted was enough whiskey to forget...
Ravaged by grief after a car crash took his cherished wife and unborn child, Chase Tyler had abandoned his family business. He'd hit the rodeo circuit and the bars with equal disregard for his life, unwilling to face his pain and move on--until a bad-tempered bull and a lady from the past forced him to....
All she wanted was his love...
Marcie Johns had known Chase all her life, had been driving the car when it crashed and his wife was killed. She still wondered if Chase blamed her for his loss. But she was willing to gamble her pride and happiness to give the man she'd adored since childhood something to live for. When she offered Chase a brazen proposition to save his company, he was shocked by her plan--and he hated himself for being tempted by the fire smoldering in her gorgeous eyes! Could a once-shy bookworm seduce the rugged cowboy of her dreams into letting her love heal his heart?
©1991 Sandra Brown; (P)2010 Random House
"Lively... some of her very best [writing]... the strong plot is heightened by Ms. Brown's trademark sensuality." (Rave Reviews)
i love all of Sandra browns books and this book pulls at your heart. You can really feel the torn emotions of this book and wonder how you would react. Story keeps you reading and hoping.
yes very good book tugged at the heart.
brides of prairie gold,,was also a book of lonely people looking for love and acceptance.
when she was in the hospital and he knew he loved her..
the book was very good with good story line.
I only listened to the book and I enjoyed it, as I do with most audio books. Makes them come alive
I've read and/or listened to 90% of Sandra Browns books. This is the first one that I could barely finish and only did in the hopes it would get better. The lead male is a self centered jerk that had me feeling disgusted most of the time. Not worth the credit or time.
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