|Jackson's Girls (2003) [Novel]|
by K. N. Casper
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Series: Raising Cane
(From the publisher):
Leanna Cargill is from up north - a damnyankee, as Southern folk say. But she's a steel magnolia if there ever was one- and she is determined to succeed at her new investigative job down south. All the more since a nasty divorce left her responsible for her little girl.
Jackson Fontaine maybe a Southern gentleman, but he is also a wheeler-dealer businessman and as strong willed as they come. He is not about to let his sugar plantation and refinery go under - he has a little girl to care for, too - because of any operational irregularities that Leanna Cargill may find.
Despite that, they like each other a lot. And when circumstances force Leanna to live at Bellefountaine, they both see how easily the four of them - Leanna and Jackson and their two girls - could make the arrangemnt a permanent one...
Original title: Jackson's Girls
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
- Harlequin SuperRomance no. 1134. (Raising Cane)