Hard To Handle: Hunter; Man In Control by Diana Palmer

By Diana Palmer

Get swept away once more via those classic stories celebrating Diana Palmer heroes we dare you to forget... 


The desolate tract was once no position for a feminine. yet as leader of defense for a best mystery operation, Hunter had his orders, and Jennifer Marist wanted his security. He idea he might deal with spending per week at the rugged Arizona plains with the single girl he was firm by no means to touch.... yet he hadn't deliberate at the trap of Jenny's wild, candy passion-or on learning a love he'd by no means dreamed possible. 


Ever when you consider that DEA agent Alexander Cobb had given Jodie Clayburn a Texas-size brush-off, they would been sworn enemies. yet 8 years later, this cynical lengthy, tall Texan could not think the baby-faced schoolgirl had become any such good looks. Or that she'd support him crack the drug-smuggling case that threatened Jacobsville. He'd hazard every little thing to guard her. could the fellow up to speed ultimately get stuck in his personal net of danger...and desire?

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He had an arrogance of carriage that was peculiarly his, a way of looking at people that made them feel smaller and less significant. Master of all he surveys, Jenny thought insignificantly, watching his black eyes cut toward her under his heavy dark eyebrows. His eyes were deep-set in that lean, dark face with its high cheekbones and straight nose and thin, cruel-looking mouth. It wouldn’t be at all difficult to picture Hunter in full Apache war regalia, complete with long feathered bonnet. She got chills just thinking about having to face him over a gun, and thanked God that this was the twentieth century and they’d made peace with the Apache.

He was an intimidating man. Even now, it was hard going just to make routine conversation. Jenny didn’t even try. She just sat, working on her second piece of toast. Hunter felt that nervousness in her. He knew she felt intimidated by him, but it was a reaction he couldn’t change. He was afraid to let her get close to him in any way. She was a complication he couldn’t afford in his life. “You talk more at work and around other people,” he remarked when he’d finished the piece of toast he’d been eating and was working on his second cup of coffee.

But you looked…” She turned and glanced back at him, and her hands lifted and fell helplessly. “I don’t know. ” She averted her eyes. ” Her perception floored him. She was a puzzle he’d never solved, and despite his security files, he knew very little about her own private life. There were no men at the office, he knew. She was discreet, if nothing else. In fact, he thought, studying her absently with narrowed eyes as she put away her computer, he’d never heard of her dating a man in all the years she’d been with the company.

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