Passion's Song (Wellesley Brothers #3)


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She needed protection . . .
Only a year ago, Lili Ashford, "the Chicago Songbird," was one of the most celebrated entertainers on the Mississippi River circuit. Now, thanks to a vengeful suitor, Lili was hiding out in the remote town of Durango, Colorado and singing in a saloon. So when a handsome widowed rancher offered her a job as a governess, Lili accepted, though she didn't plan to stay long. She'd save her money, then move on and pursue her singing career. But when Adam drew her into his arms for a first fiery kiss, and she felt the heat of his tall, muscular body, Lili's heart began to sing a different kind of song—a song of passion!

He craved affection . . .
Wealthy rancher Adam Wellesley needed a good woman to care for his four rowdy children . . . and maybe perform a few other duties on the side. The blond songbird from the Diamond Belle Saloon—on the run and in need of a protector—was just the ticket. He'd offer her the job, then figure out how to steal a kiss or two. But from the moment Adam touched Lili's silky skin and tasted her rosy lips, he knew he must possess her. He'd stroke her tantalizing curves into quivering surrender, kiss every inch of her provocative, creamy body, and teach her the words and music to his own Colorado lovesong . . . all night long.

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