By Diana Palmer
Carson Wayne had come to Mandelyn with the last word request--he wanted her to coach him tips to deal with a girl. It used to be too interesting a problem to show down. Mandelyn suspected that the renegade used to be rather a worrying and delicate guy. yet what she hadn't counted on have been her personal emotions for this impossible to resist insurgent. From the writer of woman Love.
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Carson indulged her. He was fiery and rough and lived like a hermit in that faded frame building he called a house. He hated neighbors and he was as savage a man as she'd ever known. But from the first, he'd warmed to her. People said it was because she was from Charleston, South Carolina and a lady and he felt protective of her. That was true, up to a point. But Mandelyn also knew that he liked her because she had the same wild spirit he possessed, because she stood up to him fearlessly. It had been that way from the very beginning.
Jake shrugged, turning his hat around in his hands. "Maybe money's getting tight," he guessed. "It's been tight before. And it isn't as if he doesn't have options, either," she grumbled, turning. "I've had a buyer for that forty-acre tract of his for months. " "Miss Bush, you know how he feels about those condominium complexes," he reminded her. " she burst out. " "Nobody's likely to use it these days," she said with venom. He only shrugged, and she went off to change her clothes. Minutes later, dressed in a yellow sweater and designer jeans, she drew on her suede jacket and went out to climb in beside Jake in the black pickup truck with the Circle Bar W logo of Carson Wayne's cattle company emblazoned in red on the door.
Then he opened the passenger door and helped Mandelyn inside. " he asked. "Sure," she said. " She watched him walk away, and smiled. Transforming him was getting to be fun, even if it did have its difficult moments. Her eyes went over the interior of the car. It was spotless, and she guessed that he'd had the boys give it a cleaning for him, because it had never looked so clean. Her hand reached out to touch the silver arrowhead he had suspended from the rear-view mirror and she frowned slightly as she realized what it was attached to.
Cattleman's Choice by Diana Palmer