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AIDEN'S BAYOU

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  • Sales Rank:293,901
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:193
  • Publication Date:January 11, 2012
  • ASIN:B006WMSOI0


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Venturing out alone for a short boat ride on the Louisiana bayou hadn’t seemed like such a bad idea, not when it meant escaping the pressure her parents were putting on her to marry a man she didn’t love. But that was before the storm blew in, and the motor went out, and the boat took on so much water she’d been forced to row to land where hungry alligators milled around, hoping for a midnight snack. Rescued from certain death by the mysterious Quinten Hawke seemed like a Godsend…until he informed Aiden she would have to spend the night in his bed.

Quinten had spent the last two years trying to bury his past and he wasn't about to have it drudged up again, especially not by a smart mouthed, mule-headed woman who didn't have the sense to turn around and go back where she came from as soon as the storm threatened. Still, it was his house and his bed, so she could either sleep with him or take her chances outside with the alligators!

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