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Long Tall Texans: Justin

Diana Palmer

Publisher: HQN Books

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Summary

From a New York Times–bestselling author, a rancher is reunited with his ex-fiance when she asks him for help and he offers her a marriage of convenience.  Shelby Jacobs never meant to hurt Justin Ballenger when she broke their engagement—and his heart—six years before. Truth is, she loves him more than ever . . . and she’d had her reasons for pushing him away years ago. But with her family facing hard times, Shelby is all on her own in Jacobsville, Texas, and she leans on Justin for support. Can she help the bitter rancher finally let down the walls around his heart—and let love in?Praise for Diana Palmer “Palmer knows how to make the sparks fly.” —Publishers Weekly
Available since: 07/17/2017.
Print length: 145 pages.

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