Book 3 of the Travers Brothers series, a short contemporary romance. Hannah was about to lose her ranch through no fault of her own. After her father died she came home and quickly realized all the money she'd sent home for him was squandered in his gambling debts. This was the land her mother was buried on, and she'd do just about anything to keep it, including marry a man she didn't know. Rusty Travers was her reluctant hero. His family had asked him to put his prize breeding stock up as collateral for her ranch. Not only that, but they also suggested he marry her to protect his investment. After all, Texas was a community property state. How could he lose? Besides, it was the Code of the West to help a neighbor. Could it get any worse, marrying a complete stranger? But after losing the only girl he ever really loved, he knew he wouldn't fall for this Hannah girl! Still, Hannah wasn't what Rusty expected, and she personified the word, "cowgirl". She worked hard right along side him. She was a great cook, and her kisses were temptingly sweet. Rusty found it increasingly difficult not to like her. He certainly understood about her mother being buried there, and how important it was to keep the land. His own mother was part of the reason he agreed to the crazy scheme, for Hannah's father had been there to help his mother the night Rusty was born. Was his taste in women changing, or was he simply growing up? Whatever it was his feelings for Hannah were changing by the minute. Hannah would share everything but her heart with Rusty. So why was everyone suddenly calling him....Hannah's Man?
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|Title of eBook: Hannah's Man|
|Release Date: 10-05-2009|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Warmth invaded him as he opened the door, the flickering firelight invited him in. Home sweet home, he smiled as he let the warmth seep slowly through him. He moved deliberately toward the welcoming fire and saw his brother standing resolutely at the big window, staring out. Noticing the tense stance, the vague greeting, and the silence in the room, Rusty knew there was something wrong. He took his hat off and smoothed his thick russet hair back, then replaced his hat.
"Deke, something wrong?" Rusty watched his brother closely as he shrugged out of his jacket and thrust his hands out toward the welcome warmth of the fireplace.
"'Fraid so, bro." Deke rocked on his boots, not bothering to turn around and look at his younger brother.
Rusty rubbed his hands together, noting the tingle running through them. He knew better than to warm up too fast. That kind of tingle could last for hours. He backed away and let the warmth seep through him, slowly. He ached from sitting the saddle so long, and his muscles had been stretched to the limit using that post hole digger this morning, but he wouldn't complain. He was doing what he loved. Not many men could say that. He had an idea Deke didn't want hear about how he felt at the moment, either. Something was on his Deke's mind and he instinctively knew he wasn't going to like it from the scowl lining his brother's face.
"Well come on bro, spit it out, I gotta get that post hole digger back to town before noon."...
Title: Hannah's Man October 28, 2011 Loved this book, best friends found love. Loved the whole series.
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Reviewer: A reader from SANTA CLARITA, CA USA
October 28, 2011
Loved this book, best friends found love. Loved the whole series.
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