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Publisher's Summary

In New York Times best-selling author Brenda Jackson's novel, a Westmoreland learns that rules are meant to be broken!

Rule number one for Bailey Westmoreland: Never fall for a man who would take her away from her tight-knit family's Colorado home. So why is she following rancher Walker Rafferty all the way to Alaska? Bailey tells herself she owes the sexy loner an apology, and once she gets there, it's only right to stay and help him when he's injured - isn't it? Before long, Bailey realizes home might be where you make it - if Walker is ready to take all she has to offer.

Enjoy a special Texas Cattleman's Club: Lies and Lullabies bonus prequel short story from Janice Maynard: "Reclaimed by the Rancher".

©2015 Brenda Streater (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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Westmoreland stories are always excellent

I have read the entire Westmoreland series and adore all of the characters. Bailey's story was very apropos.
The female narrator voice is extremely annoying and disappointing.

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Enjoyed the read

HaHaHa... Bailey was a mess, but I loved her impatient, impetuous self!
Good comfortable read.
Enjoyed it. Love those Westmorelands!

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Needs better female narrator

I loved the male voice but the scratchy female voice was bad, couldn't imagine Bailey sounding like a dingy valley girl. Sorry. Brenda Jackson needs the gentleman narrator was great and maybe some more Shari Peele for African American books. Well onto Bane. Hope narration is good

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Both books are very good

Bailey a girl after my own heart, she had get convictions & knows what she wants. I like her guts and willingness to protect what's she wants.

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Westmoreland Family Awesome

Ms. Jackson has done a great job showing how strong family ties can help span troubled times. I love the Westmoreland bringing their family together from all over the country. We all should consider doing this.

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HOT HOT HOT!

Loved Bailey's book. Yum Walker! Thanks for introducing us to such a hot sexy guy.

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amazing

Brenda Jackson has done it again. looking forward to reading Bane 's story and the Outlaws.

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Brenda Jackson is a great author, but.

The narrator suck , didn't do the book justice, I have read a lot of Brenda Jackson books and series, did not enjoy this book...

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The Baby Girl takes center stage....

The story was very good. Although the narrator made Bailey sound nervous, she still came across as independent, sexy, and vulnerable. The Westmorelands are indeed a joy to read as much as the Madarises!

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Expected more!

Overall the book was good. The narrator needs to work on his feminine voices. At one point I would compare it to nails on a chalkboard. I'm a fan of Brenda Jacksons books but I expected more with Baileys story. Throughout all of the Denver Westmoreland books it is mentioned how over protective Bailey's brothers & male cousins are. Yet in this case when she makes the decision to go to Alaska, there isn't one iota of protest and prior to this part, no one noticed the attraction between the two. In closing, I would still recommend this book especially if you've followed the Westmoreland series (including the Atlanta group).