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The Cowboy's Triplets Mass Market Paperback – May 3, 2011
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Callahan Cowboys are bachelors for life!
That is, until Pete Callahan's wily aunt delivers her ultimatum. The first Callahan to marry and have childrenthe more kids the betterwins the family ranch.
Like his five brothers, Pete never considered himself the marrying kind. And that's just fine with Jackie Samuels, a hardworking nurse who seems perfectly happy with her and Pete's Saturday-night arrangement. Until she realizes she wants something more from the hunky, footloose rancher. Like a father for the triplets she just found out she's having.
Pete couldn't be more delighted. He's suddenly got an instant family. Jackie's the only obstacle to their happy endingshe refuses to marry him. But maybe she knows the best way to land a cowboy is playing hard to get!
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Top Customer Reviews
Pete Callahan lives for his Saturday nights with Jackie when he can spoil her and stay all night. Their secret has been going on fir five years and while he would like something more but Jackie obviously isn't ready.
It was all I could do to finish this book! There were so many things that were left unfinished and people that didn't make sense. You have Sabrina who is supposed to be a Gypsy but isn't, a mysterious sister that we never meet and then Bode Jenkins who is supposed to be bad. Is he or isn't he.
Another thing that bothered me were the time frames. Seems to me that she's a little over six months when she gives birth but yet the triplets weigh four pounds each. WHAT? I honestly can't believe that I finished it and I can assure you that I will not be reading book two.