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Larissa Morley is already rich beyond reason, but buying the Honky Tonk beer joint is her dream come true - until a rich teetotaler tries to take it away from her. If any dime-store cowboy thinks he's going to get the best of Larissa - or her Honky Tonk - then he's got another thing coming....

If Hank Wells thinks he can dig up dirt on the new owner of the Honky Tonk beer joint for his employer, he's got no idea what kind of trouble he's courting. The two face off like a longhorn bull looking at a red tablecloth, and their big clash ends up having less to do with everybody's favorite beer joint and everything to do with the fiery attraction between the hard-headed lovers.

©2010 Carolyn Brown (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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I was enjoying the book and then.....

Im so frustrated.. I have purchased over 17 carolyn brown titles. This is the first time I have heard content I hate somewhere around chapter 10..she has a slave auction meant to raise money for an art school. The name of the auction is in poor taste and there are a few phrases about freeing the gentlemen sold at the auction and owning them until midnite or the next morning. Ive always tried to picture myself in some traits of the strong female character but why would me or anyone else want to associate themselves with slave auctions such a dark part of history for do many people(from native americans to jews to africans). Poor choice of the editors to leave that in..reading should inclusive unless the book is a period piece why say slave auction!!! Deep sigh.. now I have to decide if reading further and sharing this book helps perpetuate the idea that im okay with such references to such blemishes in History. Why ??? Carolyn brown why??