Hawk's Way Rogues by Joan Johnston

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HONEY AND THE HIRED HAND
Tall, dark and grumpy, Jesse Whitelaw could scare away cattle rustlers with a single growl. But wary widow Honey Farrell knew just how to tame the mysterious drifter. And it started with a kiss . . .

THE COWBOY TAKES A WIFE
To own a piece of Texas, Carter Prescott had to say "I do" and agree to protect Desiree Parrish from her abusive ex-husband. He'd thought he could handle being just a bodyguard -- until he touched his new bride . . .

THE TEMPORARY GROOM
Single dad and "no-good half-breed" Billy Stonecreek and wild "Whitelaw Brat" Cherry Whitelaw met and married in a single night for all the right reasons -- except love. Could a marriage begun in haste and seasoned with passion lead to forever?

 

About Joan Johnston

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Joan Johnston is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of forty-eight award-winning historical and contemporary novels and novellas. Outcast (MIRA Books, July 2009) is the first book in the Benedict Brothers/Taggart Men series. Johnston received a B.A in theater arts from Jacksonville University, an M.A. in theater from the University of Illinois and graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. She has been a theater director, a drama critic, a college professor and an attorney on her way to becoming a full-time author. She lives in Florida and Colorado.
 
Published September 2, 2009 by Silhouette Special Releases. 364 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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