Proud and arrogant, Hawke Masters had made it clear that although Rue's grandfather's shotgun had forced him to wed her, nothing could raise his passion for a scrawny little backwoods package such as her. But pride goeth before a fall, and Hawke Masters was going to fall hard.
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