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Part of the bargain


Part of the bargain: After a searing tragedy, Libby Kincaid just wants to go home. But the Circle Bar B ranch isn't the haven she expects it to be. Malicious rumors about Libby are circulating through the ranch, and worse, her lifelong opponent, rancher Jess Barlowe, believes them. The cowboy is as sexy and rugged as ever…but now he's promised to keep a very close eye on her…The more time Jess spends with Libby.

Item Details


Genre: Love stories.


  • 9780373537846
  • 0373537840

Publisher, Date: Don Mills, ON : Harper Collins Books, 2017.

Description: 459 pages ; 17 cm.


  • Part of the bargain / Linda Lael Miller
  • A wife for Westmoreland / Brenda Jackson.

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Carr, Robyn — Readers of contemporary romances who enjoy heartwarming, upbeat stories with a light sense of humor and a touch of suspense may enjoy books by both Robyn Carr and Linda Lael Miller. -- Rebecca Sigmon
Johnston, Joan, 1948- — Joan Johnston and Linda Lael Miller write both Contemporary and Historical Romances, many of which are set in the American West. Both authors feature strong characters with a solid bedrock of integrity and determination to carry them through life's challenges. -- Victoria Caplinger
Kantra, Virginia — Both Kantra and Miller write contemporary romances featuring strong themes of: redemption and homecoming, family values, bad boys growing up and accepting their responsibilities. Both authors prefer to set their tales in small towns or microcosms of big cities, where community involvement is important. -- Lynne Welch
Dailey, Janet — Janet Dailey and Linda Lael Miller each write a wide variety of romance, everything from romantic suspense to historical romance to Western romance. Their character-driven work often chronicles the fortunes of large, multi-generational families; however, where Dailey keeps a leisurely, low-key pace, Miller prefers a fast pace and plenty of steamy episodes. -- Mike Nilsson
McKade, Maureen — Both authors write passionate and emotionally intense historical romances (many of them Westerns) and compelling romantic suspense. Their strong heroines are often coping with traumatic circumstances, and their new loves, while ultimately satisfying, also further complicate their lives. Linda Lael Miller's romances are steamy, while Maureen McKade's are mildly sensuous. -- Melissa Gray
Lowell, Elizabeth, 1944- — Elizabeth Lowell's Western Romances are a good suggestion for Linda Lael Miller's readers. Both authors write fast-paced stories with strong characters and lots of action (such as the hazards faced by frontier pioneers), and both have family-based series that provide individual family members with his or her own romance. -- Victoria Caplinger
Thompson, Vicki Lewis — Vicki Lewis Thompson and Linda Lael Miller write steamy tales starring headstrong young heroines and rugged, secretly sensitive ranchers and cowboys. While Thompson sets her novels in Texas and Wyoming, and Miller prefers Arizona and Montana, both are fast-paced, engaging, and moving. -- Mike Nilsson
Thomas, Jodi — Jodi Thomas and Linda Lael Miller write Western Historical Romances which share the following qualities: an abiding love of the land, along with brave, tenacious characters; fast-paced adventure; and multi-book story arcs allowing each member of the family to find true love amidst adventure. -- Victoria Caplinger
Bridges, Kate, 1959- — Fans of Linda Lael Miller's Western Historical Romances may enjoy Kate Bridges, whose books are set in an unusual period for this genre - the settling of the Canadian frontier. Her Canadian Mounted Police make intriguing heroes, and the women they choose as wives must be equally steadfast and courageous. -- Victoria Caplinger
Davidson, Carolyn, 1934- — Carolyn Davidson and Linda Lael Miller specialize in Western Historical Romances. Both writers offer a sympathetic portrayal of the various peoples who have settled the land, an appreciation for the beauties as well as the hazards of the frontier, and morally upright and courageous characters. -- Victoria Caplinger
Drake, Laura, 1954- — These authors' works are Steamy and Character-driven, and they share: the genres 'Western romances' and 'Contemporary romances' and the subjects 'Men/women relations' and 'Interpersonal attraction'.
McNaught, Judith — These authors' works are Steamy and Character-driven, and they share: the genres 'Contemporary romances' and 'Historical romances' and the subjects 'Men/women relations' and 'Interpersonal attraction'.

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