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Jayne Stoneworthy Knew Men Only Wanted One ThingBurke Youngblood was no different, mistaking her for a "good-time gal" and insisting she follow his every command. But she had a stubborn streak wider than the Rockiesand she'd be more than happy to show it to him!Burke Youngblood swore that marriage did not create ties that bind. No, sir. They chafed! But that was before heJayne Stoneworthy Knew Men Only Wanted One ThingBurke Youngblood was no different, mistaking her for a "good-time gal" and insisting she follow his every command. But she had a stubborn streak wider than the Rockies—and she'd be more than happy to show it to him!Burke Youngblood swore that marriage did not create ties that bind. No, sir. They chafed! But that was before he met the "Headmistress of Morals," Jayne Stoneworthy, a feisty, independent schoolteacher—and the most unlikely woman ever to buy a brothel! Besides, if he didn't make an honest woman out of her, who would?...

Title : Burke's Rules
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ISBN : 9780373290468
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 295 Pages
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  • Kay
    2018-12-05 18:12

    4 Stars! ~ Banker Burke Youngblood has three rules when it comes to women – rule number one, only an imbecile gives his heart to a woman – rule number two, marriage is a life-long prison sentence – and rule number three, always remember rule number one and two. He’d lived by these rules quite happily until his best friend Gideon asked him to check in on his wife’s friend Jayne Stoneworthy. Seems Jayne purchased a former saloon and hoped to renovate and open a school for young ladies. What Jayne doesn’t know is that the saloon had actually been a brothel, and that any money spent would be wasted, as the building’s reputation would never allow for a respectable school. Jayne has lived her life by her Aunt Euphemia’s firm belief that men were incomprehensible, barbaric creatures who should be living in caves, or trees, or under rocks. Marriage isn’t for Jayne; she intends to remain a virgin tell the day she dies. Jayne needs Burke’s help to sell the former brothel and purchase a more suitable property but keeping their relationship strictly business is proving to be a challenge neither seems to be winning. Suddenly both Jayne and Burke are learning what the merits of marriage are.These two are great characters. Burke sees Jayne as direct, fearless, unapologetically independent and achingly lovely. Jayne’s certain this rake is overbearing, conceited, and pompous; she quickly sees that he’s also heroic and decent. This story is filled with laugh out loud moments that make you want to read on to see what they get into next. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Ms. Tracy knows how to create a lovestory that pulls at your heart and makes you smile.