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Also by Liz Talley:

Cowboys for Christmas, November 2014
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His Brown-Eyed Girl, October 2013
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His Uptown Girl, June 2013
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The Spirit of Christmas, November 2012
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The Road To Bayou Bridge, September 2012
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Under the Autumn Sky, July 2012
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Waters Run Deep, May 2012
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A Taste of Texas, May 2011
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A Little Texas, January 2011
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The Way to Texas, December 2010
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Vegas Two-Step, June 2010
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The Way to Texas
Liz Talley

Check in to Oak Stand for a grand view of good living

Hometown U.S.A
Harlequin Superromance
December 2010
On Sale: December 7, 2010
Featuring: Dawn Taggart; Tyson Hart
256 pages
ISBN: 0373716753
EAN: 9780373716753
Paperback
$5.50
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Romance Contemporary | Romance Series

Her stay in Oak Stand, Texas, is only temporary. After a series of setbacks, Dawn Taggart is giving herself one year to pull everything together so she can start over somewhere else. No putting down roots here. No romantic entanglements. No exceptions!

Not even the very persuasive Tyson Hart can change that. A contractor looking for a fresh start himself, Tyson is the type of guy who promises forever—and means it. But Dawn refuses to let those whiskey-colored eyes, that smooth voice and the broadest set of shoulders this side of Houston weaken her resolve. Her mind is made up. Now, if she could only convince her heart…

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1 comment posted.

Re: The Way to Texas

Sandra -

Just found this review. It's an awesome one, and I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading it. I think I enjoyed it so much because you "got" it. I loved the realness of the story and tried so hard to get that right. Thanks!

Liz
(Liz Talley 10:06pm March 17, 2011)

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