Bentley

Long, Tall Texans Book 40

by Diana Palmer

HQN

Contemporary Romance

January 13, 2020

Available in: e-Book

Bentley
by Diana Palmer

Don't miss this fan-favorite tale of love on the range from New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer, originally published in 2010 as Tough to Tame.

Gruff Dr. Bentley Rydel tends some of the sickest animals in Jacobsville, Texas. Working for the ruggedly handsome doctor allows Capella "Cappie" Drake a peek inside Bentley's closed-off heart---but the last thing she needs is a man in her life. The innocent insists she's not ready for a man like Bentley, but the sizzling attraction between them is impossible to resist. But can both Cappie and her irresistible boss let down their guards for the love of a lifetime?

Originally published April 2010 as Tough to Tame in Harlequin Romance #4159 in mass market paperback and eBook.



Diana Palmer's Bio

New York Timesbestselling author Diana Palmer, AKA Susan Spaeth Kyle, was born in Cuthbert, Georgia, the eldest daughter of William and Eloise Spaeth. She and her younger sister, Dannis, were raised in Chamblee, where Susan graduated from Chamblee High School in 1964. The family moved to Cornelia, Georgia, in 1965. Susan married James Kyle in 1972. They have a son, Blayne, who is married to the former Christina Clayton. They are both graduates of Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia. They live in Tennessee and have a daughter, Selena Marie Kyle, born in February, 2009. In 1991, Susan returned to college and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia, in 1995. She continues to work on her master's degree in history as time permits. Her first novel as Diana Palmer was published in 1979. She has over 115 novels in print. She has written historical novels as well as contemporary romance, and has produced science fiction, with her novel THE MORCAI BATTALION appearing in hardcover in 2007. Susan's hobbies are gardening, knitting, crocheting, astronomy, archaeology, and animals. She has dogs, cats, birds and lizards.