Trapped with the Texan
Texas Cattleman's Club: Heir Apparent Book 6
by Joanne Rock
Contemporary Romance: Category Romance
July 27, 2021
Available in: Paperback, e-Book
Stranded together…and then crossing the line! Don’t miss this Texas Cattleman’s Club: Heir Apparent novel by USA TODAY bestselling author Joanne Rock.
Is he her shelter from the storm…
Or her biggest mistake?
Valencia Donovan’s plan to dazzle the wealthy investor she needs for her horse rescue start-up takes an unexpected turn when a tornado strands her with Lorenzo Cortez-Williams. Giving in to attraction in a desperate moment only makes them hungry for more. After they’ve blown away all boundaries, Valencia’s treacherous feelings for the guarded ranching heir could jeopardize her lifelong dream. But closing the deal—while walking away from their intimate affair—could cost her even more…
From Harlequin Desire: Luxury, scandal, desire—welcome to the lives of the American elite.
Love triumphs in these uplifting romances, part of the Texas Cattleman’s Club: Heir Apparent series:
Book 1: Back in the Texan’s Bed by Naima Simone
Book 2: At the Rancher’s Pleasure by Joss Wood
Book 3: Blue Collar Billionaire by Karen Booth
Book 4: The Trouble with Bad Boys by Katherine Garbera
Book 5: Texas Tough by Janice Maynard
Book 6: Trapped with the Texan by Joanne Rock
Book 7: How to Catch a Bad Boy by Cat Schield
Book 8: Bidding on a Texan by Barbara Dunlop
Four-time RITA finalist Joanne Rock has never met a romance sub-genre she didn't like. The USA Today bestselling author of over eighty books enjoys writing a wide range of stories, most recently focusing on sexy contemporaries and small-town family sagas. An optimist by nature and perpetual seeker of silver linings, Joanne finds romance fits her life outlook perfectly---love is worth fighting for. A frequent speaker at regional and national writing conferences she enjoys giving back to the writing community that nurtured and inspired her early career. She has a Masters degree in Literature from the University of Louisville but credits her fiction writing skills to her intensive study with friend and fellow author Catherine Mann. When she's not writing, Joanne enjoys travel to gather new ideas.