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New Year, New Romances in January

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All that's left is to say…"I Do"


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Escape into unforgettable fantasies with love, lust, and laughter…


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Breaking all the rules


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Paradise, love and power...and a prophecy with a price.


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What would you do to improve your life?


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Where Lessons on Seduction Become Something More




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Also by Tracy Garrett:

Touched by Love, November 2008
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Touch of Texas, October 2007
Paperback

Touched by Love
Tracy Garrett


Zebra
November 2008
On Sale: November 4, 2008
Featuring: Jaret Walker; Isabel Bennett
320 pages
ISBN: 1420101013
EAN: 9781420101010
Paperback
$4.99
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Romance Historical | Romance

A Texas Promise...

Texas, 1847. Jaret Walker is a loner, a gun for hire with a heart of ice. He’s never had anyone to call his own, and he likes it that way. But when a promise made to a friend leads him on a ride through the desert and to remote Two Roses Ranch where he meets Isabel Bennett, the woman he’s supposed to protect, all he can think of is making her his. She’s the kind of woman a rough-riding cowboy like him can never have. But her hot gaze tempts him like no other woman has before...

A Scorching Desire...

The moment Isabel Bennett lays eyes on Jaret Walker, she remembers the dreams she’s denied for so long. She’s sworn never to marry. It’s the only way to protect her ranch. But when Walker rides into her life, she decides to let herself taste what she’s giving up—a passion that burns through her with each kiss—and a desire that won’t be denied...

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2 comments posted.

Re: Touched by Love

I didn't know that the origin of Halloween dated back that far. I've always just thought of it as a fun holiday for kids.
(Alicia Day 12:40pm October 31, 2008)

People in Mexico go to the graveyard and decorate and leave food for the dead to enjoy when they come back
(
Jean Sagarese 10:33pm October 31, 2008)

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