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He loved being there. Yet something about being a grown man living with his father never settled comfortably inside of Jack. One day, Jack wanted to set down roots of his own. Roots he would plant firmly on the ground floor. He loved the open plains of Texas and hoped whomever he chose to be by his side would love the land as much as he did. Then read not quite dating online free could find his own oasis to return to instead of the never-ending hotel suites.

How long are you going to be in Arrowhead? The outlet center was packed. People pushed, shoved, and seldom offered an apology for stepping into her personal space. Bah humbug!
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No, the kiss was a mistake. She liked talking to him, listening to his plans, but kissing her needed to be something they did once. Oh boy, not the information her sister needed to hear if Jessie was going to get any sleep before her son woke her up. Jack finagled it to give me a ride home. Monica pushed in between the covers of her bed with a catty smile. He had wanted his truck road-ready, and Max had taken care of him. Max wiped his hands with a shop rag and pulled a pencil from his blue shirt. Needs a new starter. The thought of Jessie driving around town or breaking down at night….

Catherine Bybee. Not Quite Dating. Her love is…Working the graveyard shift as a waitress, single mother Jessie Mann has no time to waste on a Texan with big dreams and a skinny wallet. But with Christmas just around the corner, saying no to Jack and his cowboy good looks is easier said than done. To be sure, he conceals his true identity and offers to help Jessie find the rich husband she seeks.

Jack sat back as Mike pushed Dean to another round. Dean, the bachelor of the weekend, was well beyond three sheets but kept drinking anyway. Jack, Tom, and Mike busted out laughing. His buddies at the table had known him since high school.