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Publisher Description

Tough Texas girl meets determined New York billionaire... May the most stubborn one win.

Ginny: I swear, the man has got some kind of professional billionaire player handbook he's operating out of. Not to mention a truckload of tenacious swooniness going for him. But I've got my reasons for keeping my guard up. He's good. Too good. And if I don’t watch myself, I'm going to end up tripping and falling right on his...

Hawk: I swear, the woman doesn't just have her defenses up, she's got a fully armed artillery pointed straight at my balls. She's sweet though, underneath all the cactus-like prickliness. Smart, too. Convincing her to come work for me was step one. And step two? Hell, let me just focus on surviving step one with all my favorite body parts intact first...

The Irresistible Curves Collection

Chasing Her Curves (Hawk & Ginny)

Claiming Her Curves (Blake & Pippa)

Capturing Her Curves (Shane & Velda)

This collection of steamy & sweet standalones contains hot alpha billionaires just wanting to give their sweet curvy girls the HEAs they deserve.

Previously published as Texas Curves (c) 2012 with revisions throughout, newly added content, and an extended ending.

July 21
Christa Wick
Garamond Books

Customer Reviews

Itswonderful ,

4.5 Stars of a Wonderful Read

Wow, what a wonderful way to start a series. Hawk and Ginny’s chemistry is hot and palpable.
I just need to know...Where’s Book 2?
I really enjoyed meeting this Book, and look forward to seeing more from this series.

I voluntarily received an advanced copy of this book via Booksprout and any opinions expressed within this review are solely and uniquely made by me and I am happily leaving this review

Anita Inspiration :) ,

😌 So Good!

This is the kind of romance novel that your read again because it’s that good. Didn’t want it to end, it was so good!

Sully MN ,

Cute story

I really liked the story and the interaction between the main characters. Totally worth reading.

I think it’s a shame that the “curvy” stories always introduce themes of low self esteem.

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