Gambler's Daughter

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Dell, 1996 - Fiction - 372 pages
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Chance Ballinger is on the run from the Texas law when a lucky poker hand wins him half share to a prime Montana cattle ranch. When he travels out to the ranch and meets his "partner, " Kathleen McBride, she's at the business end of a loaded a shotgun--aimed directly at him. Some sweet--and fast--talking convey the truth to Kathleen--she's got no choice but to join forces with this gambler. He's the same kind of man her daddy and brother were, but worse. He's got a smooth way with words and a devil-may-care grin that make her Irish temper flare--and her heart beat quite a bit faster.

"Gambler's Daughter" is a passionate love story that will appeal to fans of Linda Lael Miller. It's a heartwarming tale that includes humor, the antics of two adorable children, and a love match that was written in the great Montana landscape.

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Laura DeVries is the popular author of historical and contemporary romance whose novels have been published in eleven countries and seven languages.    She finds her greatest satisfaction in creating characters who reflect her belief in the enduring goodness of the human spirit.    Laura lives with her husband in a recently emptied nest in western Colorado.    She enjoys hearing from readers c/o Dell Publishing.

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