Электронная книга: Charlene Sands «Bunking Down with the Boss»

Bunking Down with the Boss

She should have been satisfied with her new hire, for horse rancher Caroline Portman desperately needed the help.But something about Sam Beaumont made her wonder if there was more to him than the wandering wrangler persona. Sam exuded a powerful presence, like a man who was used to getting what he wanted…or taking what he couldn't have.And when he set his sights on Caroline, she knew she was out of her league and about to bed down with the real boss.

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9781408942871

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