Lorraine Heath

Never Love a Cowboy

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New York Times bestselling author Lorraine Heath's classic novel of a love that overcomes all obstacles
"I would not make a good husband. I do, however, make an excellent lover . . ."
Harrison Bainbridge, the second son of an English earl, left his home seeking a scandal-free life away from society's stuffy restraints. Arriving in Texas, he never expected that a sassy saloon-keeper's daughter would capture his eye. With her outspoken ways and flashing eyes, Jessye Kane is a temptation hard to resist. But although she is willing to be his partner in a daring business venture, she is unwilling to embrace the passion he offers.
Jessye knows that noble-born Harrison isn't for the likes of her, but beneath his devil-may-care exterior, she senses a deeper vulnerability. When he's suddenly injured, risking his life to save her from mortal danger, Jessye vows to do anything to make him whole again— forcing this rugged scoundrel who claims he has no heart to take the greatest risk of all . . . on love.
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    snipe hunting.”
    “What in God’s name is a snipe?”
    “That’s the point. There’s no such thing, but you send a greenhorn out into the night with a flour sack and tell him he’s gotta find one…and well, it’s funny ’cuz you know he never will—”
    “You believe this activity to be humorous?”
    “Some folks do.”
    “Do you?”
    Avoiding the question, she cracked her knuckles, wondering if she’d have knotty fingers when she was old like her father constantly warned her.
    “Do you?” he prodded. “Do you think it’s funny to embarrass someone?”
    “No. I just understand that some men never grow up, and I try not to hold it against them.”
    He waved his hand in the air. “Be off with you. I need to get out of the river.”
    “Afraid I’ll see your shortcomin’s?”
    With a distinct purpose to his stride and an unmistakable challenge in his eyes, he waded through the water toward her. She jumped to her feet and headed into the bushes. She ought not to tease him. Men were sensitive about certain aspects of their bodies…but she couldn’t help but wonder exactly what Harry looked like in the altogether. She had a feeling he’d make accepting the challenge worth it.

    Harrison walked into the camp, his mood unimproved and threatening to worsen. Magpie was still talking, and Kit, by God

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