One Night Scandal. Joanne Rock

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Название One Night Scandal
Автор произведения Joanne Rock
Жанр Современные любовные романы
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      One night to remember with the perfect cowboy...

      Or one step toward the perfect revenge?

      Nothing in Hannah Ryder’s plot included a hot fling with a drop-dead-sexy cowboy. Especially when her cowboy turns out to be Brock McNeill—a potential enemy with ties to the man Hannah wants to destroy. When an accident claims Brock’s memory, Hannah is caught in an intricate web of scandal, falling dangerously for the one man she shouldn’t trust...

      Four-time RITA® Award nominee JOANNE ROCK has penned over seventy stories for Mills & Boon. An opti-mist by nature and a perpetual seeker of silver linings, Joanne finds romance fits her life outlook perfectly—love is worth fighting for. A Golden Heart® Award recipient, she has won numerous awards for her stories. Learn more about Joanne’s imaginative muse by visiting her website, joannerock.com, or following @joannerock6 on Twitter.

       Also by Joanne Rock

      The Magnate’s Mail-Order Bride The

       Magnate’s Marriage Merger His Accidental Heir Little Secrets: His Pregnant Secretary Claiming His Secret Heir For the Sake of His Heir The Forbidden Brother Wild Wyoming Nights

      Discover more at millsandboon.co.uk

      One Night Scandal

      Joanne Rock

       www.millsandboon.co.uk

      ISBN: 978-1-474-07675-3

      ONE NIGHT SCANDAL

      © 2018 Joanne Rock

      Published in Great Britain 2018

      by Mills & Boon, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF

      All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A.

      This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, locations and incidents are purely fictional and bear no relationship to any real life individuals, living or dead, or to any actual places, business establishments, locations, events or incidents. Any resemblance is entirely coincidental.

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      To Mandy Lawler for all of your

      help and guidance.

      Thank you!

      Contents

       Cover

       Back Cover Text

       About the Author

       Booklist

       Title Page

       Copyright

       Dedication

       One

       Two

       Three

       Four

       Five

       Six

       Seven

       Eight

       Nine

       Ten

       Eleven

       Twelve

       Thirteen

       Epilogue

       Extract

       About the Publisher

       One

      Hannah Ryder scavenged her last scrap of patience as the film director she despised zoomed in on her for a close-up shot. The bright lights were making her sweat right through the thick layers of makeup. Itchy, dry hay poked her bare skin. She lay smothered in the stuff on the floor of an old barn temporarily transformed into a movie set. The scene called for her character to fall through the loft in the middle of hooking up with a cowboy; thankfully, the stunt had been pulled off by someone else paid to do that sort of thing.

      Now, Hannah had