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The Virgin's Revenge : A Rancho del Cielo Romance
If you can't beat 'em...seduce 'em.
A Rancho del Cielo Romance
Amanda Jackman's love life is the stuff dreams are made of...which is fitting, because it's all in her head. Thanks to six oversized, overbearing brothers who treat her like the family jewel, she's lived in a padded little box.
Determined to get a life before she needs a padded little cell, she sets out to throw off the yoke and live on her own terms. Except she seriously underestimates the lengths to which her brothers will go to keep her safe and sound.
Cole Engstrom's life might just be at an end. Cornered by all six of the massive Jackmans--men he normally considers his friends--he learns he's their choice to marry their sister...or else. Make that first choice, but not the last.
Rather than watch Amanda's brothers club their way through potential mates, Cole figures it's best to just play along for a while and buy her some time to find a man of her own. It's a good plan. Until Amanda figures it out--and decides he's the one to relieve her of her "sheltered little virgin" status. One seduction at a time...
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Samhain Publishing, LTD
July 02, 2012
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Excerpt from The Virgin's Revenge by Dee Tenorio
"We want you to marry Mandy."
Cole Engstrom never knew you could reverse-snort up a French fry, but there you have it. Someone call Guinness.
A few solid thwacks on the back later from one of the notorious six Jackman brothers, and he was breathing marginally well again. That didn't mean, of course, his hearing was any better.
"We--" Locke Jackman leaned forward in his diner seat, bracing more of his weight on his oversized hunks of arm and nailing Cole in place with a vivid blue glare, "--want you to marry Mandy."
When Locke said we, he spoke for all six of the brothers. Probably their deceased parents, grandparents and all the generations that traveled over the Atlantic more than two centuries ago. He was more than big enough to pull something like that off.
Cole risked a glance at the elder twins--as Daniel and Dean were typically called--who sat on his left, their bulk swallowing most of the curving diner bench in the darkest corner of Shaky Jake'sbar. He should have known they were out to get him when they'd invited him here for lunch and dragged him to this spot. Not only were they cheap, they were scared of the dark. Yet both of them nodded and grinned at him like they'd done him a favor. He smelled a set-up. He also had the suspicion they were stealing his fries.