DRIFTER’S HEART, Book 6, A Cowboy Fever Series Novel
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Return to cowboy country in Fever, Texas, where the heat isn't the only thing causing a fever! See if you can find the heirloom wedding band! Easy to love, hard to hold... Maggie May’s pa is still looking for the cowboy who knocked up his cowgirl vixen daughter five years ago. Little Tex has grown up without a father, but he’s the shining star of the May Ranch. Like his father, though, he’s always running off and disappearing. Just when Maggie May thinks it’ll never happen, the drifter she loves shows up, suddenly wise to the fact that his oh-so-altruistic efforts to quiet her endless stream of conversation had ended with a child. Horse trainer for hire and former rodeo bullfighter, Ryder McCall returns to Fever, Texas. This time, Maggie May plans to get him back in her clutches--and win his heart forever.
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Nov 2, 20135 Stars! “Despite her “bad girl” reputation, Maggie May was secretly a virgin until she set her sights on drifter Ryder McCall. Horse trainer and rodeo bull-rider, Ryder had promised to stay away from his employer's delectable daughter, but fate, and Maggie, had other plans. A sudden summer storm washed out her surprise picnic but the shelter of a deserted cabin and a stolen kiss inspired a night of passion. Ashamed of himself for betraying his boss and taking advantage of Maggie, Ryder hightailed it out of town, not knowing that he left Maggie both heartbroken and pregnant. Five years have passed and Maggie's son, Tex, is the joy of her life. But the bright, charming boy has a reckless streak just like his father's, and his perpetual-motion mischief may be the first signs of a serious attention deficit. When Ryder reappears in town, Maggie has no choice but to confront him, because the secret to her son's future may lie in his father's past. Readers familiar with Karen Wiesner's... More > world will love this version of the "secret baby" story. Fever, Texas, is a wonderful place, and the townspeople and ranchers who populate Ms. Wiesner's Cowboy Fever Series are so real, even the most detached reader will find herself desperately turning the pages to see how the folks of Fever confront and solve very modern problems while still staying true to their old time western values, values like chastity, loyalty and honor. I admit to being a fan of all the books in the Cowboy Fever Series—the books are chock full of sexy cowboys; what's not to love?—but DRIFTER’S HEART is special. The reason: a four year old, whirling dervish named Tex. Maggie and Ryder's love story is passionate and heartwarming. A reader can't help but worry as they struggle to overcome the mistakes of their past and cheer as they strive to rise above them to build a life together for themselves and their son. The stronger, deeper and even more moving love in DRIFTER’S HEART, though, is Maggie's love for Tex. Ms. Wiesner draws an exquisite portrait of a child with ADHD and the heartbreaking decisions Maggie faces mirror those of all parents who discover the child they love literally can't sit still. Please don't miss DRIFTER’S HEART. Buy the book for the wonderful romance between Maggie May and her sexy cowboy. Keep it for Tex.” ~author Carrie S. Masek “This book will definitely satisfy readers’ expectations. Wiesner successfully blends real-life issues with hot romance.” ~RT Book Reviews< Less
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- Karen Wiesner (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition (paperback)
- Karen Wiesner
- September 27, 2013
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.82 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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