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Bridget (Women of Primrose Creek Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2013

    good

    It was good but too short

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Entertaining western romance

    She grew up inside a fancy home on a Virginia plantation, with servants to cater her every whim, but the Civil War changes Bridget McQuarry¿s lifestyle. Her husband died while fighting for the Union. Bridget must raise her son Noah and her younger sister Skye by herself. They travel to Primrose Creek in the Nevada Territory to claim the land left to them by their grandfather. Homesteading proves to be hard work, but Bridget keeps doing the job. <P>Bridget¿s childhood friend Trace Qualtrough arrives unannounced. He declares that he will wed Bridget before the year is out. Bridget is appalled at Trace¿s gall, refusing to give his proposal any thought. However, the veteran does not leave and begins working on her land and is determined to make Bridget his bride. Bridget fights her own feelings for the man who has always loved her until a near tragedy opens her eyes to what is truly important. <P>Anybody who enjoys reading about the pioneers who tamed the West will enjoy THE WOMEN OF PRIMROSE CREEK: BRIDGET. The enjoyable story line centers on the ¿feud¿ between he hero and heroine. This tale will bring a smile to the audience who will be pleased that Linda Lael Miller¿s next release in this warm saga is next month. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted December 14, 2012

    wonderful

    the character was strong and very likeable. These books are easy to read and very interesting. Great author.

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