Dancy's Woman

Dancy's Woman

Large Print - 2011 | Center Point large print ed. --
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Lauren Vandis was sent to the boondocks of Mississippi with one important mission: to persuade Coyle Dancy not to sue her family. If it meant helping her ailing father, Lauren would do her best to pour on the charm - thick as honey and sweet as molasses.

But Coyle Dancy was in no mood for persuasion, no matter how sweet. Vandis Pipelines was responsible for this accident - a colossal mess that had left his leg in a cast and turned his catfish farm into oily acres of Mississippi mud.

Face-to-face with a gorgeous, furious, southern man, Lauren didn't have the nerve to tell Coyle the truth. Instead she pretended to be the nurse sent to help him - and since Lauren was a nurse, and a good one at that, she was only half-lying.

Attracted to each other like moths to a flame, would Lauren and Coyle be able to put their rivalries aside long enough to see that they were perfect together?

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2011, c1989.
Edition: Center Point large print ed. --
ISBN: 9781602859760
Characteristics: 206 p. --


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