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Long, Tall Texans, Book 47
Narrated by: Todd McLaren
Series: Long, Tall Texans, Book 47
Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
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She vowed to never trust another man...until she met him.

A passionate new Long, Tall Texans romance from New York Times best-selling author Diana Palmer.

Clancey Lang knows how to run. She’s been doing it since the day she fled her abusive home to save her and her younger brother’s lives. That was the same day she decided to never let herself depend on anyone else. Especially men. Though she’s tempted - mighty tempted - to put her faith in her boss, ruggedly handsome Texas Ranger Colter Banks. If only he would look her way....

For far too long, Colter has been distracting himself with women he knows will never fully satisfy him. But there’s something about his pretty assistant, Clancey, that he simply can’t resist. Something slowly but surely drawing every ounce of his attention. But is he falling for a woman who’ll never let herself be caught?

©2019 Diana Palmer (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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  • Cathleen A. Armstrong
  • 11-08-2019

Fun read

This book was pleasant to read although quite predictable. The characters are interesting and the storyline kept my attention. The narration is OK but The gentleman’s voice seemed a little odd for the female characters. I just think I prefer female narrators. I would suggest this book as just a pleasant table to read without much challenge to it. Often times that’s all we need right?