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ISBN:0263862852
Author: Debra Cowan
ISBN13: 978-0263862850
Title: Whirlwind Baby (Harlequin Historical)
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Language: English
Category: Historical
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon; 1st. edition (2008)
Pages: 887

Whirlwind Baby (Harlequin Historical) by Debra Cowan



Like many writers, Debra Cowan made up stories in her head as a child. Her BA in English was obtained with the intention of following family tradition and becoming a school teacher, but after she wrote her first novel, there was no looking back. In 1993, she sold her first manuscript and now writes both historical and contemporary romantic suspense for. Debra loves to hear from readers.

Jake Ross's life changes in a day when he finds a baby on his doorstep! Then he's thrown into a spin by the quiet beauty who hires on to look after his unexpected delivery. Jake can see that she has secrets, but the sexy rancher's sure he can take care of he. f he can only find out what Jake Ross's life changes in a day when he finds a baby on his doorstep! Then he's thrown into a spin by the quiet beauty who hires on to look after his unexpected delivery.

Find nearly any book by Debra Cowan. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Judith Stacy, Lauri Robinson, Debra Cowan. ISBN 9780373297078 (978-0-373-29707-8) Softcover, Harlequin Historical, 2012. Find signed collectible books: 'All a Cowboy Wants for Christmas: An Anthology'. The Forbidden Bride (The Hot Zone). ISBN 9780373276721 (978-0-373-27672-1) Softcover, Harlequin Romantic Suspense, 2010.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Jake Ross's life changes in a day when he finds a baby on his doorstep! Then he's thrown into a spin by the quiet beauty he hires to look after his unexpected delivery. On the wild Texas frontier. Whirlwind Baby is book in the 8-book Whirlwind, Texas, series. 2) Whirlwind Wedding. 5) Whirlwind Secrets. 6) Whirlwind Reunion.

Whirlwind Baby" had me right off the bat with sweet baby Molly, good-hearted Emma and the sexily shy Jake Ross. I always enjoy the way Debra Cowan creates "real" characters that you really feel like you know, and like. Her stories always contain a little twist that separate them from the "run of the mill romances". I loved how Jake courted Emma when he finally let his feelings come through, he was shy, gentle, but all man at the same time. Jake Ross's life changes in a day when he finds a baby on his doorstep! Then he's thrown into a spin by the quiet beauty who hires on to look after his unexpected delivery.

Debra Cowan - Whirlwind Secrets (html)/Whirlwind Secrets - Debra Cowan. Debra Cowan - Whirlwind Secrets (html)/whirlwindsecrets. html . Please be careful. Whirlwind Baby is an excellent book, not only for its message, but also for the heartwarming story. Cataromance . Whirlwind Groom is a book not to be missed. Romance Junkies . Cowan takes the qualities of an Americana western, adds the grit of a chase and writes a tale that also has deep family ties, pulsing sexual tension and the harsh reality of the West.

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Book 7, The Whirlwind, Texas Series. When a bullet left Quentin Prescott’s spine and spirit shattered, he broke up with first love Zoe Keeler so he wouldn’t be a burden. Now Zoe must burden him. She needs a fake fiance to get her inheritance. Could this be Quentin’s chance for redemption? Read an Excerpt. Publisher: Harlequin Historical Published: May 2011 ISBN-10: 978-0373296392 ASIN: B004U73UPQ.

Author : Debra Cowan. Publisher : Harlequin Books.

The Bridegroom's Bargain: "A solemn wedding vow, and one Lord Deverell's young bride most ardently wishes to bring about--sooner rather than later! Only minutes after the wedding ceremony Alexandra is brandishing a pistol, accusing her husband of running her family. So Deverell makes one more vow--that he's completely innocent and will prove it. If she isn't totally convinced, then he'll takes the consequences. He sets about winning Alexandra's trust--using every means at his disposal." Ashblane's Lady: "Lady Madeleine Randwick was his hostage, and a way to get under her brother's skin. As a player in the murky game of borderland politics, Alexander Ullyot, Laird of Ashblane, should have had no compunction about using her for his own ends. He should ruin her as surely as he wanted to ruin her brother. And instead, instead he found he was complimenting her. Was it the firelight in her hair, the soft, low tone of her voice or her stubborn streak of independence? Alex saw danger ahead. Was he falling for the woman who was his means of revenge?" Whirlwind Baby: "Jake Ross's life changes in a day when he finds a baby on his doorstep! Then he's thrown into a spin by the quiet beauty who hires on to look after his unexpected delivery. On the wild Texas frontier, everyone has something to hide--and Emma York is no exception. Jake can see that she has secrets, but the sexy rancher's sure he can take care of her if he can only find out what she needs protection from! When her past shows up in Whirlwind, guns blazing, Emma must learn a hard lesson. Can she trust Jake, and trust her own heart? [Excerpts from back covers' notes.]
Reviews: 7
Boyn
"Whirlwind Baby" had me right off the bat with sweet baby Molly, good-hearted Emma and the sexily shy Jake Ross. I always enjoy the way Debra Cowan creates "real" characters that you really feel like you know, and like. Her stories always contain a little twist that separate them from the "run of the mill romances".
I loved how Jake courted Emma when he finally let his feelings come through, he was shy, gentle, but all man at the same time. My heart was always aching for poor Emma who just wanted to be a part of a family and stay with her sister, but was torn by wanting to keep Molly and Jake safe. The thought of her leaving them almost brought me to tears.
I agree with the previous poster about the thefts seeming to have no real bearing on the story. It really felt like the discovery of the thief was going to give you answers to something but it appeared pointless as far as the plot is concerned. I'm hoping maybe they are tied in with the next book in the series?
I really recommend reading this book within the series...though I'm sure it would be enjoyable on it's own, there are so many more layers to it when you "know" the characters from the previous books. I love the author keeps us in touch with them.
Speaking of keeping in touch, on to the next book, "Whirlwind Secrets"!
Umdwyn
Dude Review: I was strictly drawn to this book's plot out of the entire series by Debra, my first book read by this author and I didn't regret a minute of it. I was won over by the character development and heartfelt attraction the key players had for each other. Great amount of sexual tension with a fair dose of lovin - a few twists toward the end make for a great finish to the book. I will certainly be reading more episodes of this series and hooked on Debra's writing. Go git it!
Jake
What a wonderful story! It is full of excitement, tension and romance. It it also a suspense story,(when will the villian meet up with our heroine?) A mini-mystery too,(who is stealing items from the citizens of Whirlwind?) I recommend this heartwarming historical western. Everything I like in a book with just the right story length and a happily ever after ending. This fourth book of the Whirlwind series is the first I have read because it was offered on Kindle. I plan to order the first three of the series from Amazon's used bookstore, especially since it was highly recommend by other reviewers.
Rgia
I enjoy the author and have read many of her books. I loved the whole series of Whirlwind and would recomment them.
Tekasa
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Wanenai
Jake Ross was woven into most all the other stories as a shy, background kind of guy. He attended Susannah's etiquet class. He was always backing up Davis Lee and showed some interest in Catherine when she came to Whirlwind.

Now he blossoms in his story as the ranch owner of the Circle R Ranch where he lives with his uncle Ike, his cousin Georgia, who has a handicap and his younger brother, Bram.

He is still in recovery from his wife, Delia's death and the death of their child. She was six months pregnant when she bled to death. Her brother, Quentin in a burst of rage tries to kill Jake and gets wounded himself. Jake has spent the last few years looking after Quentin and baring the brunt of his brother-in-law's nasty attitude.

Into this mix is thrown the baby, Molly. All of the Ross's fall for the child but Jake can't stand the sight of the child when he had wanted a family so badly with Delia.

Yup! you got it. Emma York shows up looking for a job in answer to Jake's ad. She has to stay close to Molly. And in taking care of Molly, Emma works her way into Jake's heart. Maybe by also being a good cook but don't forget being a shy, easily embarrassed female sure did help.

The "corsett" surely became very obvious as it was construed as being helpful [to the party taking it].

Emma is introduced to Davis Lee in trying to pinpoint a theft. She also meets Josie, who makes clothing for most around Whirlwind and especially corsetts. Josie is upset because the ones she makes are being stolen. <g> bad for business. Zoe Keeler works for Josie and is allowed to watch Molly when Emma is in the store. Zoe has a mentally slow brother, Zeke and a sister, Diane she is taking care of.

I do love all the reasons why none of the previous characters can take Molly. Riley and Susannah have a second child -- Jericho and Catherine find that they are expecting -- Davis Lee and Josie have just lost a child.

Through the whole book we enjoy the romance of Jake and Emma and their emotional traumas and finally Quentin gleefully [with malicious intent] puts a spike in the wheel by directing Sharpton to Jake's ranch.

Sharpton and the Senator are out to get Emma. What a conclusion! Cudos to D. Cowan for such a delightful set of stories - just wish it didn't take so long to plot them all out. But seeing as how I surely don't have that kind of patience I rely on excellent authors for wonderful stories.

Such a delight from all those hop-in-bed [or where-ever] contemperary stores. I guess all the libertines and mistresses don't all live in the Regency era.

Definitely Recommended -- definitely a keeper set.