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  • By Betty Jamison on June 11, 2014

    Iwas very well pleased with this. It was in very good condition. I will be ordering more books in the future.

  • By KayLovesToRead on March 3, 2012

    The Rancher and the Runaway Bride by Joan JohnstonSilhouette Desire #770 ~ April 1993This is the second in Ms. Johnston's Hawk's Way series. Tate Whitelaw is rebelling from her controling older brothers and runs away. She finds a job on Adam's ranch, while trying to keep her whereabouts a secret. Adam doesn't know what to do with a fireball like Tate. One moment she makes him want to take her over his knee and the next he wants to kiss her silly. This is my third read by Ms. Johnston and her talent for wit and dialogue makes her books fun to read.HAWK'S WAYA Little Time in Texas by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #710 ~ May 1992Honey and the Hired Hand by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #746 ~ November 1992The Rancher and the Runaway Bride by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #770 ~ April 1993The Cowboy and the Princess by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #785 ~ May 1993The Wrangler and the Rich Girl by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #791 ~ June 1993The Cowboy Takes a Wife by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #842 ~ March 1994The Unforgiving Bride by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #878 ~ September 1994The Headstrong Bride by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #896 ~ December 1994The Disobedient Bride by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #937 ~ May 1995The Temporary Groom by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Desire #1004 ~ June 1996The Virgin Groom by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Special Releases ~ August 1997The Substitute Groom by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Special Release ~ August 1998Sisters Found by Joan Johnston ~ Silhouette Special Release ~ December 2002

  • By Jennifer MM on February 13, 2001

    Tate Whitelaw is the youngest of the Hawk's Way Whitelaws and she is also the only girl. Tate has three very overprotective big brothers. At the age twenty-three Tate runs away and right into the arms of Adam Philips. Adam was first introduced to us in Honey and the Hired Hand, when he was in love with Honey, the woman who eventually married Tates brother Jesse. Tate does not know that Jesse, the brother that she lost touch with, is living at the neighboring ranch. Adam decides that if he tells Tate than she might run off, so he keeps that info to himself. Adam tries to ignore the sexual feelings that he has for Tate, but eventually he gives in. Tate goes in town for a doctors visit and on her way out she runs into Honey Whitelaw her brothers new bride. Tate invites them over for supper. Only Jesse shows up mad as heck to get Tate away from Adam. Jesse is sure that Adam is using her. She refuses to go, but Jesse returns with Tates other two brothers, a shotgun, and a priest. The brothers fully intend to have Adam make an honest woman of Tate. It is hilarious. I love how protective her brothers are of her. Adam has been hurt in the past and is not sure if he can love and trust Tate. Adam is sure that Tate has been involved with one of the hired hands. Adam has to get over his issues and decide if he can make a future with Tate. I really enjoyed this book, it has been one of my favorites of the Hawks' Way series.

  • By steph on November 2, 2012

    Somewhere out there is a "cheesiest romance novel award" at this book deserves it. I've read tons of romance novels over the years and for me this hit a new level of corniness.

  • By A customer on July 31, 2000

    JOAN WRIGHTS WOMEN THAT ARE STRONG AND ABLE TO FIGHT THE DRAGON THEMSELVES AND GET BACK TO THE CASTEL WHILE THE GUY IS STILL LOOKING ARUOND.


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