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While en-route to Crooked Creek to deliver equipment and props to her uncle that her late father used in his magic act, a broken wagon wheel sends Noelle Bellencourt's driver for help, leaving her alone. A day later her life changes forever when former doctor turned gambler, Luke Savage, comes to her rescue. Sparks of friction and desire begin instantaneously and continue on the trip to town. Once there, Noelle learns that her Uncle Marcel, otherwise known as Blackjack, was Luke's erstwhile and supposedly crooked business partner, and has apparently drowned and left her the Silver Hearts Saloon. Luke and Noelle are business partners, but can they be more? It seems impossible as they are fundamentally at odds about some things, yet they do compromise and Luke is sure of one thing: he wants Noelle. But is he the best man for her? Noelle realizes she is in love with Luke, but he has made his position perfectly clear - he's not the marrying kind. When Indians who misunderstand her magic trick kidnap Noelle, Luke is the only man for her! Can this gambling man beat the odds and save the life of an Indian brave and win Noelle's heart? I'd put this book in the 'to be read' pile. For me, it was so-so because neither Noelle nor Luke had any real conflict that was going to change their lives. It didn't matter if Luke proved Blackjack was dead or still alive - it didn't really have an impact on the plot or the characters since he came so late into the storyline. And I found Noelle shallow, though perhaps you may not.Gloria Miller -- Copyright © 1999 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description Harlequin, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0373290543
Book Description Harlequin, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0373290543