Shane MacKade loved women. But he hadn't met one yet who had him whistling the wedding march. Until Dr. Rebecca Knight. Problem was, the pretty lady was too busy hunting legends on the MacKade land to succumb to the MacKade charm. Maybe it was time to pop the old question. 'Cause this was one... read more
SHANE MACKADE? A GROOM?
Shane Mackade loved women. But he hadn't met one yet who had him whistling the wedding march. Until Dr. Rebecca Knight. Problem was, the pretty lady was too busy hunting legends on the Mackade land to succumb to the Mackade charm. Maybe it was time to pop the old... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
SHANE MACKADE? A GROOM?
Shane Mackade loved women. But he hadn't met one yet who had him whistling the wedding march. Until Dr. Rebecca Knight. Problem was, the pretty lady was too busy hunting legends on the Mackade land to succumb to the Mackade charm. Maybe it was time to pop the old question. Casuse this was one woman Shane couldn't live without...
To Dr. Rebecca Knight, everything was explainable. Until she started having some very irrational thoughts about sexy Shane MacKade. She didn't know much about men, but she knew one thing for sure: Loving Shane was dangerous--and Rebecca didn't like to take chances ....
THE MACKADE BROTHERS: Looking for trouble and always finding it. Now they're on a collision course with love.
“She made some sound and looked back over her shoulder, toward the pigpen. Reading her perfectly, Shane grinned. "Want to stay for dinner?”Shane to Rebecca
“She straightened again, battling a flush because it had been just that. "I'm sorry. Really. That's a terrible habit of mine—picking things apart. Just say, 'Butt out, Rebecca.'" . "Butt out, Rebecca.”Rebecca and Shane
“For a skinny woman, he mused, she looked mighty nice walking away. "Don't you want me to kiss you goodbye, sweetie?" She tossed a look over her shoulder. "Kiss a cow, farm boy.”Shane and Rebecca
“He nibbled around to her ear. "Say, 'I'll cook for you night and day, Shane.'" "I'll—" Her eyes popped open. The most momentous event of her life ended in laughter. "Sneaky. Very sneaky, farm boy.”Shane and Rebecca
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