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Cassidy McCullough can't remember a time when rancher Will Laredo wasn't a huge albeit handsome pain in her backside.

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In this small Texan town, their bickering is almost legendary. When they rescue a baby during a flash flood, however, Will and Cassidy suddenly find themselves temporary guardians of a child,,,together.

Will has a hard time holstering his temper around Cassidy. Now they're both responsible for a lost baby, and darned if they can't stop arguing.

The only way to make it through is to declare a cease-fire. And Lord help them both if that happens,,,because then Will might just discover he's falling for his enemy. She didn't like these new rules. Will inclined his head. She was doing what she could in order to ground herself. His smile told her that he was enjoying this, enjoying getting under her skin, getting in the last word, because, she reminded herself, that was the way Will Laredo was built. You can't change the spots on a leopard, she insisted.

Even a leopard with a very sexy smile. Especially a leopard with a very sexy smile. The youngest McCullough was a scrappy tomboy growing up, determined to not just keep up with her brothers but to outdo them whenever she could. At the heart of this story is the rivalry between Cassidy and her brothers' best friend, Will Laredo.

Unlike the McCulloughs, Will had no siblings, nor was there anything like a loving unit in his family. His mother left when he was very young and his father was a hard, demanding man who drank whenever he wasn't out working his ranch. Will gravitated toward the McCulloughs and their warmth, and they became his family. Connor, Cody and Cole were the brothers he'd always wanted and Cassidy fulfilled the role of the pesky little sister.

But Cassidy always gave as good as she got and their verbal battles went on for years until Will, unable to put up with his father's belittling ways and vile temper, finally left town. A letter from Cassidy, acting as the clerk for the town's only law firm, telling him he's inherited his father's ranch, brings Will back after four years-and the fighting picks up where it left off.

Add a baby caught up in a flash flood and you have the beginnings of a very strange romance. I hope you'll stick around to find out how it ends. As always, I'd like to thank you for taking the time to read one of my books, and from the bottom of my heart, I wish you someone to love who loves you back.

Her romances are beloved by fans worldwide. Visit her website, marieferrarella. Not that she really needed to. Despite the fact that he had been absent from Forever for the better part of four years, she would have recognized that voice anywhere. It popped up in her nightmares.

Will Laredo. Will had been her brothers' friend for as far back as she could remember-until his estrangement with his father had taken him to parts unknown, simultaneously bringing peace to her own corner of the world. As she looked back, it felt as if her peace had been far too short-lived. Especially since, for reasons that were beyond her understanding, all three of her brothers liked this six-foot-one-inch, dirty-blond-haired irritant on two legs-which was why Cody had not only invited him to his wedding, he'd made Will one of his groomsmen.

To her surprise, Ron Jenkins, her fawning partner on the dance floor, seemed all too ready to acquiesce to Laredo's casual query. Under normal circumstances, she would have celebrated getting a different partner-but not this time. Ron might be willing, Cassidy thought, but she damn well wasn't. Not only that, but his mouth curved in that annoying, smug way of his that she had always hated.

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Looking increasingly more uncomfortable, Ron seemed ready to fade into the shadows. A slight man, he appeared more than ready to surrender his claim to her. Cassidy's eyes narrowed as she froze her partner in place. Instead of being annoyed or embarrassed at this obvious rejection, Will laughed. Most men around here would sooner cross an angry rattlesnake than Cassidy.

I hear that her bite is a lot more deadly. Several blond strands came loose and cascaded to her shoulders. She ignored them.

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Despite the fact that he had been absent from Forever for the better part of four years, she would have recognized that voice anywhere. It popped up in her nightmares.

Will Laredo. Will had been her brothers' friend for as far back as she could remember-until his estrangement with his father had taken him to parts unknown, simultaneously bringing peace to her own corner of the world. As she looked back, it felt as if her peace had been far too short-lived.

Especially since, for reasons that were beyond her understanding, all three of her brothers liked this six-foot-one-inch, dirty-blond-haired irritant on two legs-which was why Cody had not only invited him to his wedding, he'd made Will one of his groomsmen.

To her surprise, Ron Jenkins, her fawning partner on the dance floor, seemed all too ready to acquiesce to Laredo's casual query. Under normal circumstances, she would have celebrated getting a different partner-but not this time. Ron might be willing, Cassidy thought, but she damn well wasn't.

Not only that, but his mouth curved in that annoying, smug way of his that she had always hated. Looking increasingly more uncomfortable, Ron seemed ready to fade into the shadows. A slight man, he appeared more than ready to surrender his claim to her.

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Cassidy's eyes narrowed as she froze her partner in place. Instead of being annoyed or embarrassed at this obvious rejection, Will laughed. Most men around here would sooner cross an angry rattlesnake than Cassidy.

I hear that her bite is a lot more deadly. Several blond strands came loose and cascaded to her shoulders. She ignored them. Will inclined his head, the same amused smile slowly curving his lips. Cassidy turned her face up to her partner's and said in a voice intentionally loud enough for Will to overhear, "Dance me by the champagne table, Ron. Now I've got something else to celebrate besides my brother Cody's wedding.

She wasn't going to cause a scene, she promised herself. Not here. This was the first wedding in the family, and it was Cody's day.

But the moment it was over, she was going to find out which of her three brothers had put Will Laredo up to this, and they were going to pay dearly for it. They knew how she felt about him. She'd been incensed when she found out that Cody had gotten in contact with Will and asked if he would come and be in his wedding party. When he'd told her about it, she'd almost withdrawn herself, but Connor had talked her out of it, appealing to her sense of family.

She realized by the look on the man's face that this was not the first time that Ron had tried to get her attention. The man had the ability of messing with her mind and ruining any moment just by his being there. Am I leading again? Embarrassed, as well as annoyed, Cassidy released Jenkins's hand.

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A more accurate description would have been that she threw it aside and out of her grasp. To the casual observer from across the floor, had Ron's hand been detached, it would have most likely bounced on the floor and gotten wedged somewhere. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Laredo shaking his head. He made no effort to hide the fact that he was observing her. She felt herself growing angry. Had they not been at her brother's wedding, she would have marched right up to him and demanded to know just what he thought he was shaking his head at.

But they were at Cody's wedding, so she couldn't cause a scene, couldn't hold Will accountable or wipe that smug look off his pretty-boy face. It wouldn't look right for the maid of honor to deck one of the groomsmen at her own brother's wedding. That didn't change the fact that she really wanted to.

Cassidy squared her shoulders and went to get a glass of punch. Hang in there, she told herself. Come tomorrow, Will Laredo was leaving Forever, going back to wherever it was that he disappeared to when he'd initially left. And then life would go back to being bearable again. Twelve more hours, she thought.Automatyczne logowanie Zarejestruj. Vivianne era gata s-l acuze c pusese totul la cale de la A la Z.

A slight man, he appeared more than ready to surrender his claim to her. For the most part, Olivia could do that in her sleep. Vivianne nu era mai puin surprins s-l vad pe Shad cum se ddea la o parte ca s-l lase pe Frank n prim plan. Was it her imagination, or had the rain gotten even more pronounced in the last five minutes? Nu voia s-l lase pe individul sta s se joace cu buna credin a biatului, cum o fcea Peter, de exemplu, cnd i promitea viului su c-o s vin s-l vad.

I wouldn't dream of it," Cassidy responded with a grin.