The Rodeo Man's Daughter

By Barbara White Daille
(Harlequin, Mass Market Paperback, 9780373753956, 224pp.)

Publication Date: February 2012

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Description

When Caleb Cantrell left home as a dirt-poor teenager, he never thought he'd return as a wealthy rodeo star.

As a matter of fact, he didn't think he'd return at all. The accident changed all that. It ended his career, nearly ended his life and rekindled a bitterness he thought he'd left in the dust long ago.

To rebuild, Caleb has to go back to where it all began—back to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, and back to his high-school sweetheart, Tess LaSalle. But a ten-year-old secret stands between them, one that could hurt everyone Tess loves, especially her daughter…their daughter…the one Caleb never knew existed.

No rodeo ever required the courage Caleb needs now—to forgive, to forget and to start over again…if it's not already too late.




About the Author

Originally from the East Coast, award-winning author Barbara White Daille now lives with her husband in the sunny Southwest.

As a toddler, Barbara was fascinated by those things her mom called "books." Once she learned the words between the covers held the magic of storytelling, she wanted to see her words in print so she could weave that spell for others.

Barbara hopes you will enjoy her books and will find your own storytelling magic in them

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