Chance's Joy by Patricia Thayer
(The Texas Brotherhood)

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When Chance Randell helped deliver Joy Spencer's baby, he had no idea this stubborn city girl would stand in the way of his dream. This mother-daughter duo were now the owners of his neighbor's ranch—the land Chance planned to buy. Surely a fair-haired beauty—even one who stirred a yearning inside him, making him want things he couldn't afford to want—couldn't run a ranch alone?

Chance offered his help, but learned this widowed single mom needed more than muscle. She needed to keep her wealthy in-laws from gaining custody of her baby. And all Chance had to say to make the ranch his own was "I do!"


About Patricia Thayer

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Patricia Thayer has been writing for the past 15 years. She published her first romance with Silhouette in 1991. Born and raised in Muncie, Indiana, she attended Ball State University, then moved to southern California where she met and married her husband of 29 years, Steve. They have three grown sons who encourage her, and more importantly, leave her alone to write.One of her favorite things about writing, she says, is the research. She enjoys traveling to different parts of the country and meeting people because it adds so much flavor to her books. She has been to Midland, Texas, to learn about ranching from a 90-year-old cowboy by the name of Hence Barrow. She used Southeastern Oklahoma State University along with their July Shakespeare Festival as the setting of her book Wildcat Wedding. She went there and did three book signings and donated the proceeds to the theater department.Pat has been lucky enough to fulfill her dream of writing romance. Another dream is to own a cabin in Colorado where she can spend her days writing and her evenings with her favorite hero, Steve.
Published December 27, 2010 by Silhouette Romance. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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