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Lori Wilde is the New York Times bestselling author of 87 works of heartwarming, small-town contemporary romances.

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Texas Rascals Book Six

Kael

Sweet Temptations

With his arrogant, devil-may-care attitude, professional bull rider, Kael Carmody, was for women what honey was to bees--a sweet necessity. But he was after only one woman, the one he hurt years ago. Kael wanted to win Daisy back, but he had to melt her defenses, like honeycombs in the sun.

With Kael Carmody back in town, Daisy Hightower was having a hard time continuing her life, as usual, tending her bee farm and raising her seven-year-old son. That rugged rodeo cowboy who once broke her heart was a man she couldn't ignore. And her son saw Kael as an instant daddy--one he never knew he had.

But can Daisy let go of the past and make room for love with a footloose cowboy?

Kael  is the 6th book in Lori Wilde's heartwarming Texas Rascals series.

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