Claimed By A Cowboy

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Jul 6, 2012 - Fiction - 168 pages
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Sam Travis doesn't like to be tied down. He's used to picking up work all around the Hill Country, including odd jobs for Wanda Keller, an older woman who treats him as a son. When Wanda suddenly dies, her estranged daughter shows up and Lorelei Keller turns out to be more than he bargained for.

Polished some might say uptight Lorelei left Fredericksburg in the dust years ago. Coming home for her mom's funeral sends her into a tailspin of regrets. But that's nothing compared to the shock of learning that Sam has inherited her mother's B and B. Did the sexy cowboy manipulate his way into her mother's heart? Lorelei is determined to clean up this mess, and then get the heck out of Texas. For good this time.

Because there's nothing to keep her there now except maybe Sam?

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I really enjoyed Claimed by a Cowboy by Tanya Michaels. Lorelei Keller has been busy working in the city and hasn't taken time to return to her hometown to visit her mother Wanda. She then learns that ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Award-winning author Tanya Michaels moved around a lot during her childhood, but her favorite location remained the same—between the pages of a good book! She tried to make the jump from avid reader to author during eighth-grade algebra, but her math teacher insisted Tanya stop writing stories in class and actually listen. Over the years that followed, Tanya substantially improved her writing techniques, if not her ability to solve for X. In 2003 she made her Harlequin Books debut with a romantic comedy that was nominated for numerous awards including Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award. Since then, she has sold more than 20 books and currently writes warmhearted, family-oriented stories for Harlequin American Romance. Tanya lives in Georgia with her own family—a patient husband who doesn't mind that she "hears voices," and two small children who are already avid readers.

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