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In the game of love all bets are off
When professional poker player Matthew Shaughnessy wins the pot of a lifetime, he didn’t expect to land himself a fiancée.
Cassandra Gardener is left with little choice but to play the part of a Texan’s fiancée for a week if she wants to clear her father’s gambling debt.
Can two people with so much to lose win the biggest bet of all- love?
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“So you’re the young lass who stole my grandson’s heart.”
Cass squirmed under her piercing gaze and cursed Matt for leaving her alone. She gently took the old woman’s papery hand in greeting, but when she tried to let go, Grannie tightened her grip.
“Let’s have a look at you then,” she said as though Cassandra was a horse at market. Should she show them her teeth?
“Gran, let my fiancée go, you’re scaring her,” Matt’s laughing voice came from behind them.
She turned… and his lips grazed her cheek to take possession of her lips. Cass froze, shocked to the core by the heat and textures bombarding her senses. His mouth stilled and he lifted his head to stare into her stunned eyes. The glow from the torches flickered in the depths of his gaze along with something more complex. Desire. He dropped his head and moved his mouth against hers, soft and demanding at the same time. The noise faded, taken over by the buzzing of her pulse and the encouraging murmur coming from his throat—or was it hers?
A loud war-whoop from nearby broke them apart. Cass stared into his chocolate brown eyes and saw the same bemused arousal she was feeling. Not good. Not good at all.
She yanked herself out of his grasp and turned back to Grannie, ignoring the cheers for more from the crowd. “Is there some place I could get cleaned up? It’s been a long trip.”
Grannie’s speculative gaze turned sly. “Of course, honey. We don’t stand on ceremony around here. I know how you young people are so I had Sophia put you in the adjoining suite next to Matthew. Matt, take her to your room, son.”
“Oh, but,” Cass protested, but Matt cut her off.
“I missed you, Gran.” He leaned down and gave his grandmother a hug filled with a little boy’s love. “We’ll let you get off to bed and talk more in the morning. I can’t wait for you two to get to know each other.” He grinned at Cassandra and grabbed her hand. “C’mon, darlin’, time to hit the hay.”
Cass stumbled along behind him, not sure how she’d managed to fall down this rabbit hole.