Letter to a Lonesome Cowboy ~~ Jackie Merritt



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Letter to a Lonesome Cowboy by Jackie Merritt
MAIL-ORDER BRIDE... AND KID BROTHER?

The ad said rancher Rand Harding -- a real, live cowboy! -- wanted a wife. So orphaned city kid Mack Paxton began planning. He'd pen a gushy letter. Enclose a pin-up picture. Forge his big sister's signature. And -- presto! -- Mack would have it nailed: a mail-order marriage for Suzanne, and a happily-ever-after home on the range!

Trouble was, Mack's mischief caused surprising friction between rugged Rand and stubborn Suzanne. So Mack aimed to fan those flames and start the home fires burning!

Montana Mavericks: Return to Whitehorn --
Stories that capture living and loving beneath the Big Sky, where legends live on and love lasts forever.
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Letter to a Lonesome Cowboy is a romance novel by Jackie Merritt in the Montana Mavericks series. In Baltimore, Suzanne Paxton, divorced, unemployed and running dangerously low on funds, is surprised to receive a letter from a lonesome cowboy, a man she has never met. Montana rancher, Rand Harding put a want ad in a western magazine for a wife and, unbeknownst to Suzanne, her fourteen-year-old brother, Mack answered on her behalf, hoping to live on a cowboy ranch. But Suzanne is furious! So Mack runs off to the Kincaid ranch in Montana, forcing Suzanne to follow. When Suzanne meets Rand, the sparks fly. But a blizzard prevents her from stalking off home with Mack in tow. Suzanne and Rand find that their mutual attraction soon overcomes their animosity. While as a romance this instalment in the Montana Mavericks easily stands alone (with an appealing hero, a likeable heroine and some sexy romantic encounters), the troubles at the Kincaid ranch are not resolved so readers will want to seek out more books in the series. Quite enjoyable.
Marianne
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