By Anne Mcallister
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And the ladies seemed much more interested in Nathan. They stood just drinking in the sight of the hard, devilishly handsome man who looked like nothing so much as a gunfighter just stepping into the OK corral. “I don’t suppose we could buy him,” the taller one murmured. “You wish,” the other said. I wish, Carin thought. And she wished they would take him all the way back to Pittsburgh with them, too. The taller one studied him a moment longer, but when he didn’t seem to even notice her—not once shifting his gaze from Carin—she reached for the bag Carin was filling with their purchases.
But Carin had. ” “Dominic? What’s not to like about Dominic? ” Definitely the best catch of the Wolfe brothers, that was for sure. “Yes, he is. All of the above,” Carin had said faintly. She had barely smiled, and he’d realized she was serious. He should have realized then she was no match for Dominic. But Nathan had had no experience thinking like an unsophisticated, green girl. Relationships of any sort didn’t interest him. Sure, Dominic was hardheaded and used to having his own way, but he was kind, he was honorable, he was the best of men.
But Nathan had had no experience thinking like an unsophisticated, green girl. Relationships of any sort didn’t interest him. Sure, Dominic was hardheaded and used to having his own way, but he was kind, he was honorable, he was the best of men. “That’s the trouble,” Carin said when he’d pointed that out. ” He should have known. So Dominic was marrying to please their old man. And Nathan supposed Carin was marrying to please hers. Even so, they had seemed well matched. Both had fathers who were high-powered businessmen, independent entrepreneurs who had used their brains and plenty of hard work to build multinational concerns.
Nathan's Child by Anne Mcallister