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"Jacob Wilde lived a fast and furious life of reckless abandon...until his wild streak put a cruel end to a life spent in pursuit of pleasure ... The Texan ranching grapevine is legendary, so Addison McDowell has heard all about Jacob Wilde's shameless past-and his scarred, solitary present. But her only focus is her future-which won't include this impossibly arrogant man! Addison is no Texan wallflower-when Jake starts a fight, she's more than capable of finishing it! However, a searing attraction to a man she knows cannot love her back? That she has no idea how to handle"--Publisher.
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