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The Durango Affair (Westmorelands, Bk 8) (Silhouette Desire, No 1727)
The Durango Affair - Westmorelands, Bk 8 - Silhouette Desire, No 1727
Author: Brenda Jackson
"I'M HAVING YOUR BABY." — Savannah Claiborne's simple statement set off an avalanche in Montana ranger Durango Westmoreland's carefully ordered life. Suddenly, an unforgettable night of passion with the hazel-eyed beauty had turned into a lifetime of obligation for the confirmed bachelor. — But Westmoreland men always honored...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780373767274
ISBN-10: 0373767277
Publication Date: 5/9/2006
Pages: 192
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4.1 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I am having your baby. Savannah Claiborne's pregnant from a one night filled with intoxication and passion with Durango Westmoreland. Westmorlands always honor their responsibilities and wants to honor Savannah. A great read with some hills and valleys.
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Part of the Westmoreland series. Confirmed bachelor gets a little curve thrown at him with an unplanned pregnancy. Can Durango and Savannah make it work? Easy read.
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Great Story! I love all of Brenda Jackson's books especially the series ones. Happy Reading!
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Durango what a man of mystery i loved his story very interesting start but his story was also worth the wait. What can I say, Mrs Jackson never stops!!!. Durango Westmoreland is another after my own heart. Brenda surely does her thing again as another Westmoreland is taken off of the market. Durango the "poster boy" for confirmed bachelorhood is blindsided by the after effects of a memorable "one night stand", but in true Westmoreland fashion he handles the situation like to man that he is and to his surprise he finds the love that he did not even knew existed. Durango Westmoreland is truly an example of what all males should be and do when they are involved in a situation where it is not only the female to blame, but hey, it does take two to tango. I wish the majority, if not all men, would step up to the plate and face their responsibilities. Ms. Jackson has really kept the readers up to date with the Westmorelands and believe me, "there has never been a dull moment." Again, Ms. Jackson, we enjoy the stories, please keep them coming.
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Good book. Durango Westmoreland and Savannah Claiborne met at the wedding of his cousin Chase to her sister Jessica. Their attraction was instant and intense, and they snuck away from the reception to enjoy it. Two months later, Savannah shows up at his Montana ranch to let him know she's pregnant.

Durango was stunned at the news and reacted like a complete jerk. Years earlier, he'd fallen for a city woman who had used and manipulated him, destroying his trust in women. With that at the back of his mind, his suspicious and dismissive comments made his opinion clear. Savannah was hurt and furious. She came to tell him in person because it was the right thing to do, but she didn't need him. I loved seeing her push back and walk away.

But it isn't over. Durango quickly realizes that the baby is his, he acted like a jerk, and as a Westmoreland, he has to step up and take responsibility. He immediately goes after Savannah and catches up with her at the airport, where she's just learned all flights are canceled because of an impending blizzard. Durango offers the use of his guest room and says it will give them a chance to talk.

Durango wants to be involved in Savannah's pregnancy and their baby's life. He proposes that they marry now and plan to divorce when the baby is six months old. Savannah is wary. She doesn't believe in love and marriage thanks to her father and doesn't see the need to marry Durango. He eventually wins her over when he agrees that it will be a marriage in name only. This made me laugh because it's clear that he wants her back in his bed.

The sparks of attraction between Durango and Savannah are just as intense as before. Durango accepts it and plans to use the attraction to get her back in his bed while she's living there. Savannah also feels the sparks but believes that she can resist them. It was fun to watch her try to fight the battle against Durango's campaign of sexy kisses. Eventually, they give in to the power of the attraction, both believing that it's just for fun while they are together. With their time together and getting to know each other, the attraction deepens into stronger feelings. Both fight hard against admitting those feelings until forced to do so in conversations with others. I loved those conversations - Durango and Jared, and Savannah and Jessica - who brought the voice of experience to the situation.

Thanks to a document Savannah received in the mail, there's a bit of a hiccup in the prospect of a future together. Believing Durango doesn't share her feelings sends her fleeing into the teeth of a blizzard. I loved Durango's big moment and the emotional confession of his feelings. The epilogue was fantastic. I loved the big family get-together and Durango's meeting with the other Westmoreland men. I especially enjoyed the tagline, "Which one of you will be next?"
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Just like the rest of the books in the Westmoreland Series,it was awesome!!!!! Loved the fact that he loved her instantly!

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