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Also celebrating the coming release of my sixth Eclipse Heat title-Breed True.
Necessity breeds strange bedfellows. Making a devil’s bargain, Julie Fulton agrees to marry Grady Hawks and produce the son he needs to inherit Hawks Nest ranch. At the end of a year, child or not, Julie will receive enough money to escape to San Francisco and leave behind the rough existence she lives.
Grady intends to breed back to the fair skin and Scottish features of his father and Julie meets every requirement. Her red hair and pale skin are an excellent way to dilute Grady’s half Kiowa blood and save his land from an Eastern business consortium.
The formula is right, but the outcome unexpected. Siring a son is the last thing on Grady’s mind when he discovers pleasure in Julie’s bed. And San Francisco no longer seems like paradise to Julie when she finds heaven in Grady’s arms.
Julie heard the snow crunch behind her but didn’t turn to greet his approach. Instead, she pulled the blanket tighter around her shoulders, a shield from him as much as the cold.
“Thinking of walking out of here?” He stood behind her shoulder, not touching but so close that she felt his heat.
“No,” she answered him honestly. “I was wondering what keeps your enemies from sneaking through the woods and catching you sleeping.”
He relaxed into an easier stance as he laid big hands on her shoulders, pulling her back against his chest. “I do.”
“One man can’t guard a border this long.”
“Listen.” He made an eerie call that floated through the air toward the woods. In a moment, she heard a wolf’s cry. The sound echoed up and down the perimeter of the trees, as the sentinels reported to each other and Grady. “You’re safe with me, Julie Hawks.”
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