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Posted November 2, 2004
Shooting a bandit was reporter Hallie Wainwright's introduction to the Wild West, where she'd traveled with a bevy of mail-order brides. But it was the more intimate 'hello' in the arms of Cooper DeWitt that sent her heart racing - and made it all the more difficult for her to tell the brawny plainsman that she wasn't the woman he'd sent for... When she'd jumped from the stage, shining with true grit and spewing tall tales, Cooper DeWitt thought he might have struck gold. Raised with the Sioux, Cooper needed a wife who could brave the frontier and teach his nephew to read and write. The problem was, Hallie didn't come here intnding to get married! She wanted to interview everyone, write her aricle, and give it to her father's newpaper, hoping for his approval. She didn't expect to fall in love, and neither did he! This was an exellent book. Most harlequins I read are just short stops between other books. But once in a while I come across a gem among polished rocks. This was one of them, as are several other of Cheryl's books. I finished reading it, and still couldn't put it down. I ended up reading it twice in a row before I could move on to my next book!
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