Midnight Rider

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Cengage Gale, 2013 - Fiction - 303 pages
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Diana Palmer delivers a tale of two unlikely lovers in turn-of-the-century Texas who are about to find love where they least expect it....

Count Eduardo Cortes's fortune-and future at his beloved ranch-are in question. Tragedy, money woes and family pressure are now driving him toward a marriage of convenience. That is, until he encounters Bernadette Barron, wandering frightened and disheveled after a society ball....

Beneath the grime, it's clear Bernadette is beautiful and rich. But is she just another heartbreak waiting to happen or has Eduardo finally found the one woman who can save his ranch and heal his heart? The Spanish count can provide Bernadette with the title she needs-but can he return her feelings?

Gazing into her husband's penetrating eyes, Bernadette sees not only his calculating ways but also his quick arousal to passion. Will their growing desire be enough to overcome the mounting challenges they face...and claim the love she will not be denied?

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User Review  - Amber - Goodreads

FANTASTIC. Loved this story to pieces. Great character development, great setting, great story, just...y'know...great. XD There were a few parts that felt a LEETLE bit rushed, but the everything else ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Susan Kyle, née Susan Spaeth (born December 11, 1946 in Amarillo, Texas, USA) is an award winning American writer well-known as Diana Palmer, who published romantic novels since 1979. She has also written romances as Diana Blayne, Katy Currie, and under her married name Susan Kyle and a a science fiction novel as Susan S. Kyle. Before writing fiction, she was a journalist for 16 years under her birth name. Now, she has over 150 books in print, more of them translated and published around the world.

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