Tall, Dark, and Texan
Teagen McMurray would ride to hell and back to protect his land. He?d certainly never felt that way about a woman. Not, at least, until Jessie Barton showed up with her three little girls, desperate for a place to stay. Suddenly he found himself proposing marriage, telling himself it was only to protect her and her children.
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