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She's ready to give him total control


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An unlikely princess... An even more unlikely sorcerer... And using magic always exacts a price…


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One warrior fights for the love of his life, while another warrior finds his.


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The Affair continues...


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Is he dead or alive?




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Also by Leigh Greenwood:

To Love And To Cherish, November 2014
Paperback
To Have And To Hold, November 2013
Paperback
Heart Of A Texan, November 2012
Paperback
Texas Pride, March 2012
Paperback
No One But You, October 2011
Paperback
When Love Comes, April 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Someone Like You, March 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Texas Loving, April 2008
Paperback
Texas Tender, January 2007
Mass Market Paperback
A Texan's Honor, July 2006
Paperback
Colorado Bride, June 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Rebel Enchantress, February 2006
Paperback (reprint)
The Mavericks, November 2005
Paperback
Scarlet Sunset, Silver Nights, October 2005
Paperback (reprint)
The Captain's Caress, August 2005
Paperback (reprint)
Arizona Embrace, April 2005
Paperback (reprint)
The Reluctant Bride, January 2005
Paperback
The Independent Bride, March 2004
Paperback
Seductive Wager, February 2004
Paperback (reprint)
Sweet Temptation, October 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Born To Love, June 2003
Paperback
Family Merger, February 2003
Paperback
Texas Bride, December 2002
Paperback
Wicked Wyoming Nights, April 2002
Paperback (reprint)
Texas Homecoming, March 2002
Paperback
Undercover Honeymoon, February 2002
Paperback
Wyoming Wildfire, November 2001
Paperback (reprint)
The Cowboys: Matt, June 2001
Paperback
The Cowboys: Luke, December 2000
Paperback
Seven Brides: Daisy, July 2000
Paperback (reprint)
The Cowboys: Drew, May 2000
Paperback
Love On The Run, March 2000
Paperback
Married By High Noon, December 1999
Paperback
Winter Wonderland, October 1999
Paperback
The Cowboys: Pete, August 1999
Paperback
The Winner's Circle, July 1999
Paperback
The Cowboys: Chet, May 1999
Paperback (reprint)
The Cowboys: Jake, April 1999
Paperback (reprint)
The Cowboys: Sean, April 1999
Paperback
Seven Brides: Violet, March 1999
Paperback (reprint)
Just What The Doctor Ordered, January 1999
Paperback
Seven Brides: Lily, October 1998
Paperback (reprint)
An Old Fashion Christmas, October 1998
Paperback
Seven Brides: Fern, July 1998
Paperback (reprint)
The Cowboys: Buck, March 1998
Paperback
Christmas Spirit, November 1997
Paperback
The Cowboys: Ward, September 1997
Paperback
Only You, August 1997
Paperback
Seven Brides: Iris, August 1996
Paperback (reprint)
Seven Brides: Rose, June 1996
Paperback (reprint)
Their First Noel, November 1995
Paperback
Seven Brides: Laurel, March 1995
Paperback
Seductive Wager, May 1990
Paperback

Texas Pride
Leigh Greenwood

Night RIders
Sourcebooks Casablanca
March 2012
On Sale: March 1, 2012
Featuring: Ivan Nikolai; Carla Reece
384 pages
ISBN: 1402263961
EAN: 9781402263965
Kindle: B006PJ6VEY
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Romance Historical

Ivan Nikolai, a Polish prince whose family lost their estates, came to America to seek his fortune but ended up serving in the cavalry during the Civil War. Unexpectedly, he is given the opportunity to earn enough money working on a cattle ranch in Texas to return to Poland and assume his rightful position...

Carla Reece is furious at her brother for losing half the family ranch in a card game. Everyone knows Laveau diViere got her brother drunk and cheated. She has no intention of allowing diViere or anyone sent in his place to set foot on her ranch, but what can she do when Ivan camps out by her creek? He's big, blond, full of charm, has a smile that makes her weak in the knees, and is about as movable as a mountain... How can she stick to her guns when everyone, including herself, thinks he's perfect husband material?

Comments

31 comments posted.

Re: Texas Pride

I like reading stories such as this where the conflict
between such characters seems very real.
(Mary Hay 9:08am March 8, 2012)

Reading about romance is great, but sharing romance is wonderful!
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 9:36am March 8, 2012)

Reading Romances has made me think about my relationships and how I can make them better.
(
Beth Elder 10:16am March 8, 2012)

I love reading romance books; however, I am not in any relationship at this time.
(
Wilma Frana 10:38am March 8, 2012)

I know my husband loves when I finish a
romance. I am affectionate anyway, but then the
spark is there..I tend to take my time in listening,
responding, and being more gentle in all
approaches with him.
We are a great loving couple anyway. And it is
always quality time spent together, whether we
go for a walk or sit in the car eating from a drive
thru...we have dates throughout the week,
making the little things very grand. Romance
novels help push you through, believing that any
conflict cam be overcome through
communication, patience, and love and you can
male Happily Ever After every day.
(
Carla Carlson 10:52am March 8, 2012)

not really. I consider them entertainment but try not to let them change perceptions of reality
(
Pam Howell 11:09am March 8, 2012)

I don't really think reading romance changes my relationships, but I love reading romance. It takes me into a different relationship that I don't have and I think this is fun. Leigh's books are just awesome and I would love to read this one. Most of the time I don't read book written by a man but this is on man's books I will read everyone I get my hands on.
(
Gail Hurt 11:38am March 8, 2012)

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHH AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH COWBOYS!!! WO HOO!!
(
Linda Bass 11:40am March 8, 2012)

I read romance as an escape & to relax - that probably has a
positive effect on my relationships.
(
Diane Sallans 11:48am March 8, 2012)

I will give your books a try as I usually only read books by female authors - just by chance not through predjudice.
(
Barbara Hanson 11:55am March 8, 2012)

Having so many books in the house annoys my husband, but he gets over it.
(
Lisa Elwood 12:02pm March 8, 2012)

I will admit to never having read any of your books, but your interview today has peaked my interest. Now I can't wait to get my hands on one of your books. Thanks!
(
Robin McKay 12:12pm March 8, 2012)

Thanks for giving your fans a chance to win Texas Pride. I've read and enjoyed other books you've written.
(
Anna Speed 12:31pm March 8, 2012)

You are a new author for me and I really enjoyed your column. I'm glad you found a way to deal with "those people in your head"--great image. As to your question: I don't think reading romance has changed my releationships, unless having Hubby say "You read too much" counts.
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G S Moch 1:06pm March 8, 2012)

I do not believe so... love the relaxation I get when reading
(
Colleen Conklin 1:09pm March 8, 2012)

Yes, reading romance has added spice to our lives. We are married 41 yrs now and I love Romance books.......adds spice..........
(
Joanne Bozik 1:24pm March 8, 2012)

First I'd like to tell you that one of your books was the first romance I ever read and I enjoyed it enough that I started reading romance. I'm snickering now because I didn't know that a man had written it. Don't get me wrong ...I think that's great because the way I look at it is that as far as romance goes (which I love) then we would both be on the same page so to speak. Oh and if you write it then you probably read it and you know how steamy they are so all I can say is lucky wife (haha). I didn't start reading romance until after my husband passed so I can't say if it would have changed our relationship but it sure as hell could have added spice and even more spontaneous to it. I'm down sizing now and my youngest is moving out and she was looking at my books we were packing and kept rolling her eyes and saying 'romance, oh boy' (I used to say that to my mom, "sigh") never know. Anyway, you probably don't come to AZ (too far from NC) for a book signings for I will say Thank You here for the great books.
(
Margie Gagarin 2:25pm March 8, 2012)

Romance books have made me more open to new ideas and situations. I've also been reminded how to treat others and and be tolerant.
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Joanne Hicks 3:23pm March 8, 2012)

Reading romance books can be very entertaining and interesting as well as potentially make you stop and think about things more closely. Reading romance novels can also incorporate romance into the lives of those of us who are not involved in a relationship at the moment.
(
Chelsea Knestrick 3:42pm March 8, 2012)

If anything romance books remind of what a great guy I'm married to.
(
Tabitha Monroe 4:37pm March 8, 2012)

I don't think reading romances has changed any of my relationships.
(
Cheryl McEwen 5:04pm March 8, 2012)

Sorry Leigh, romance books are just entertaining and enjoyable to read.
(
Rosemary Simm 5:34pm March 8, 2012)

Reading romance books does make me think about my relationship and how I can make it better and add some spark to it. I love to escape and relax with a good romance novel...ESPECIALLY COWBOY ROMANCE...Yippee!!! They're my favorite and addictive! Yours looks great and the cover is terrific (sexy cowboy & gorgeous horse).
(
Linda Luinstra 5:41pm March 8, 2012)

Reading romance books hasn't'changed my relations it has supplemented
them
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Joy Isley 6:17pm March 8, 2012)

I love reading romances,, they make me happy & smiling and seem to be more loving to my family
(
Shirley Younger 8:31pm March 8, 2012)

I wouldn't say that reading romances has changed my romances in any way. The one thing that they have done was given me an opportunity to take me away to different parts and put myself in the place of the heroine, if only for a while, so I can forget things that might be bothering me at that particular time. I have had wonderful experiences through the spines of those books, and have shed tears of sorrow, as well as of joy. Perhaps they have helped indirectly in my marriage. Nobody can say for sure, but I have enjoyed every minute that I flipped a page. I am looking forward to reading your book very much.
(
Peggy Roberson 9:12pm March 8, 2012)

Reading romance hasn't changed any relationship of mine, but has given me ideas and offered situations that I could fancy.
(
Alyson Widen 9:43pm March 8, 2012)

No, reading romance hasn't changed my relationships. Although, I have made lots of awesome new friends that I would have never gotten the chance to know without reading romance!
(
Jennifer Beyer 10:34pm March 8, 2012)

Reading romances, while they may be extreme at times, told me to never settle
for anything less than true love. :)
(
Hyunjin Jeon 10:54pm March 8, 2012)

I love reading romances, but I don't think they have ever changed my relationships. I must admit though that at this time I am not in any relationship.
(
Carol Woodruff 11:06pm March 8, 2012)

I am not surprised that men write romance because it takes two to make a
couple so why shouldn't they. I have read some of your books but not all. I
really enjoy them. I have never been bothered by who writes the books I
enjoy. Whenever I find a good one I look for more by that author. Romance
books have not changed my relationship except that now he waits for me to
put the book down instead of me waiting for him. We are both voracious
readers and a good book is still a good book no matter the writer.
(
Sandra Spilecki 11:58am March 9, 2012)

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