Gable's Lady


Gable Rawlings: Some would call the handsome, weathered rancher tough but fair. Josey O'Brian just calls him a chauvinist.

Josey O'Brian: Gable's teenage sister would call her a strong, gutsy woman. Gable just calls her a women's libber.

Gable Rawlings had money problems and a ranch coveted by every rich vulture in New Mexico, but he was just as worried about his sister. He'd busted his back to properly raise his orphaned siblings, and he had to stop Josey O'Brian from filling his sister's head with foolish talk about women's rights. And Gable had already figured out the easiest--and most enjoyable--way of getting Josey to stop talking ....

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