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"Nobody does it like (Georgina Gentry) does!"—Barbra CritiquesBefore the white man came, the vast plains belonged to the Cheyenne. And Boston debutante Summer Van Schuyler belonged to the magnificent half-breed, Iron Knife. She'd come to him as a captive, defying her heritage to stay by his side. "The multi-talented Ms.…
Fast-talking promoter Cash McCalley will be set for life if he can set up a prizefight in Dallas, Texas – should be a cinch, considering how Texan men appreciate a good brawl. What Cash doesn't count on is Texan women, one trouble-stirring widow in particular. First, she took over half his hotel suite, and now she's leading the charge against his fight scheme! Still, Mrs. Purdy mightn't be half bad if she'd loosen that librarian's bun and listen to reason – and Cash wouldn't half mind seducing her into sweet surrender. . .
She's A Fighter
Bonnie O'Neal Schwartz Purdy has met characters like Cash McCalley before – she even made the colossal mistake of marrying one. Now, as president of the Lone Star Ladies for Decency and Decorum, Bonnie is out to do some good in the world, and striking down Cash's plan to profit from senseless violence will be her first order of business. Cash may think he can charm her into submission, but the man has no idea with whom he's dealing. . .
Now The Gloves Are Off. . .
Dallas has seen some fireworks in its time, but when the prim Mrs. P. goes up against a gambler who always wins with the ladies, it's time to take cover – and enjoy the show. . .