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The Callister Books Vol 123 - The Callister Books - cover

The Callister Books Vol 123 - The Callister Books

Anna Jeffrey

Publisher: Anna Jeffrey Books

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THE LOVE OF A COWBOY: When Texas beauty Dahlia Montgomery journeys to Idaho for a summer job, the last thing she expects is romance. Or an encounter with Luke McRae, a lean, rugged cowboy intent on sweeping her off her feet and into his bed. Dahlia can’t resist his rugged cowboy swagger and his sky blue eyes, even though he can break her heart. ….. Luke owns and runs the Double-Deuce Ranch in the Idaho mountains. With the ranch, an alcoholic ex-wife, a shrewish mother and three kids to worry about, he has no interest in romance. But that doesn’t mean he has given up casual sex with beautiful women....But is either he or Dahlia prepared for the consequences of a hot summer romp? 
THE LOVE OF A STRANGER: Doug Hawkins, disgraced and jobless LAPD homicide detective, moves to Callister, Idaho, romance isn't on his agenda. He's hoping to find a peaceful existence and renew acquaintance with a best friend from childhood. During an intimate rendezvous at a remote mountain cabin, he's  confronted by a good-looking blonde who attacks his truck with a tire iron. His relationship with the hot-blooded Alex McGregor goes downhill from there. …..The wealthy and reclusive Alex lives with her two cats in a hundred-year-old mansion on the side of Wolf Mountain. She’s busy traveling between Callister and L.A., where she owns two businesses. She doesn’t want a man interfering with her life. A midnight fire burns the mountain cabin, located on Alex's land, to the ground, killing her alcoholic ex-husband. Doug’s honed instincts lead him to suspect the worst, but he can’t resist the mercurial Alex. 
THE LOVE OF A LAWMAN: After being abandoned by her significant other, Isabelle Rondeau, cutting horse trainer of some renown, has given up on love and romance. She returns to her hometown of Callister, Idaho, to rebuild a life for herself and her daughter. She doesn’t expect to run into the local sheriff, a man she knew in high school and hasn’t seen in eighteen years. ….. Divorced and broke, John Thomas Bradshaw, Jr., ex-ProRodeo star, is holed up in Callister licking his wounds and contemplating his future. Somehow, he’s let himself be persuaded to act as the temporary sheriff of Callister County until an election can be held. When he’s called out to a dispute between neighbors, he doesn’t expects to run into is his old high school crush. She still has that unruly fiery hair and those mysterious brown eyes that mesmerized him as a teenager. All of the old desires return.

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