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Love's journey home
Stephens, Jackie (Jackie A.)
Publication Information:
New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., 2002.
Physical Description:
317 pages ; 18 cm.
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Central Library X Adult Mass Market Paperback Central Library
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Anna M. Reinstein Library X Adult Mass Market Paperback Open Shelf

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Texas Ranger Kane Fairchild pursues desperado Francesca Rossetti, who'd shot his father, made off with stolen gold, and took his gun and horse--along with his heart. When Bianca Rossetti agreed to pose as Francesca so her twin could clear her name, she never dreamed Fairchild was hot on her trail--or that he would inspire such passion in her. (June)

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Kane Fairchild finally nabbed the woman who ran with the outlaws he captured, stole the gold, and shot his father. Now, the tough Texas Ranger plans on bringing her to justice. What he can't understand is why this woman acts so differently from the woman who also attempted to seduce and deceive him. Bianca Rossetti could tell him why, but won't: the woman Kane truly seeks is her identical twin, Francesca. Bianca has agreed to switch places to allow her sister time to exonerate herself. In the meanwhile, she has a devil of a time pretending to be the bold Francesca, and also learns a few choice facts about her sister from flustered Kane. He, in turn, can't control his attraction to the soft-spoken Bianca, and mentally castigates himself for it. Finally, when Kane gets a glimpse of Bianca's derriere and doesn't see the birthmark he expects, the jig is up. Set in late-nineteenth-century Galveston, Stephens' original and engaging story is well worth the read. Maria Hatton.

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