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Publisher's Summary

Tempers flare as passion takes over in this new Gold Valley Vineyards novel from New York Times best-selling author Maisey Yates!

This wealthy rancher has placed his bet…

And it’s winner takes all!

No one gets under Jackson Cooper’s skin like fellow ranch owner Cricket Maxfield. Now, facing off at a charity poker game, the stakes get personal. Jackson finds himself on the losing end… And paying up means being the ranch hand at Cricket’s beck and call. In close quarters, tempers flare - and the fire between them ignites into a passion that won’t be ignored…

From Harlequin Desire: Luxury, scandal, desire - welcome to the lives of the American elite.

©2021 Maisey Yates (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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Not my cup of tea.

The narrator always sounds desperate. The tape keeps repeating itself. The story keeps repeating itself. Maybe needs a younger audience.