Montana Mustangs The Nymph Series Book 2
Available for PreOrder on Amazon!
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Length: 60k words
Publication Date: May 6, 2013
Available for Pre-order April 20, 2013
Heat Level: Sensual, m/f, HEA
I’m so pleased to announce that Montana Mustangs (the second book in the Nymph Series after [...]
Title: The Preacher’s Outlaw
Author: Patricia Bates
Genre: Western, Romance, Historical
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
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