Cattleman's Pride

Cattleman's Pride

Large Print - 2011
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He was strong seductive and set in his ways. She was shy unassuming and achingly innocent. Next-door neighbors Jordan Powell and Libby Collins were like oil and water. Yet when Jordan made it his personal crusade to help Libby hold on to her beloved homestead everyone in Jacobsville knew it was just a matter of time before wedding bells chimed. But a cattleman's pride was a force to be reckoned with. Could Libby accomplish what no woman had before?



Publisher: Waterville, ME : Thorndike Press, 2011
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781410433367
Branch Call Number: LP PALM
Characteristics: 265 p

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abkeller Nov 22, 2012

Libby Collins’ father had only been dead a few weeks when her stepmother, Janet, called a real estate agent out to the ranch. Suddenly, Libby and her brother faced the prospect of being homeless as Janet attempted to get her hands on every scrap of money that she could.

Jordan Powell, their next door neighbor, was certainly wealthy enough to help them out, but Libby was too proud to ask for his aid. Libby liked him a lot, but Jordan’s tastes seemed to run more toward experienced women like the beautiful Julie Merrill. Julie was stunning and sophisticated. She moved in the posh circles of the wealthy and famous, but her glittering appearance hid a horde of misdeeds. How could Libby make Jordan see how wrong he was about the woman?

Jordan was proud, stubborn, and handsome as a Texas sunset. Libby couldn’t help but care about him, but she wouldn’t beg for his assistance. If he really liked her, Jordan should be able to see her predicament and offer to help her himself.

Suddenly, things escalated out of control. The drug and criminal elements surrounding Julie Merrill threatened to engulf Jordan as well and an attempted murderer nearly set fire to the Collins’ ranch house. All seemed lost. At the height of her despair, will Jordan finally see the light? When will Jordan at last realize that what he feels for Libby goes way beyond mere neighborly affection?

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