Wishes for Tomorrow: Westmoreland's Way\Hot Westmoreland Nights

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Kimani Press, Dec 31, 2013 - Fiction - 379 pages
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Two classic Westmoreland novels from New York Times bestselling author 

Brenda Jackson 

WESTMORELAND'S WAY 

There is a secret to Dillon Westmoreland's heritage—and Pamela Novak may have the key. Though the raven-haired beauty is ensnared by her shifty fiancé, there is no way Dillon—eldest of the Denver Westmoreland clan—can resist a mind-blowing night in her arms. And after that kind of incredible passion…well, once a Westmoreland claims the woman he wants, he won't let anything tear them apart! 

HOT WESTMORELAND NIGHTS 

Ramsey Westmoreland knows better than to lust after the hired help, but his new cook is just so delectable…. When temptation gets the best of the Denver rancher, he plans to discover if Chloe Burton is as hot in the bedroom as she is in the kitchen. As their affair grows steamier, Ramsey begins to question Chloe's true motives. And when he discovers her betrayal, he is set to satisfy himself with cold showers. Until he realizes his mistake: never underestimate the power of the human heart, especially a Westmoreland's.

  

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Brenda Jackson always pen an excellent story. Read full review

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Love all her books, nice quick read, short simple and to the point, my dream guy is a Westmoreland Read full review

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A New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling and award-winning author of more than seventy-five romance titles, Brenda is a recent retiree who divides her time between family, writing and traveling with her husband. Readers may write Brenda at P.O. Box 28267, Jacksonville, Florida 32226, by email at WriterBJackson@aol.com or visit her website at www.brendajackson.net.

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