Falling for the Rebel Cowboy

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AN UNLIKELY FAMILY

As a single mother overseeing the biggest merger in her company’s history, Francine Wentworth doesn’t have time for romantic entanglements, especially with a cowboy like Wyatt Sullivan. Tall and handsome with a rebellious reputation, Wyatt is the exact type of man Francine should avoid. But her heart melts completely when her four-year-old son instantly bonds with Wyatt and becomes his little shadow.

As the three spend time together in the Montana mountains, Wyatt shows Francine the beauty of a life beyond work. Yet as tempting as the idea of being with Wyatt is, what future could they have? Francine needs to focus on the merger and her life back in New York, but her heart and her son have other plans!
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Publisher
Harlequin
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Published on
Jun 1, 2018
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Pages
224
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ISBN
9781488092824
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Western
Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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