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The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose, One White Rose, One Red Rose

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

NOT ENOUGH STARRS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I can't put into words how awsome this book was but i'll try... After i read For The Roses (the first book) I just wanted to still be with the claybornes there so AWSOME. You who have read it know what i mean! So when I found this book i almost cryed with relif. The bro...
I can't put into words how awsome this book was but i'll try... After i read For The Roses (the first book) I just wanted to still be with the claybornes there so AWSOME. You who have read it know what i mean! So when I found this book i almost cryed with relif. The brothers are still there same gun-shooting-make-you-laugh-till your-side-hurts-horse-raising-law-breaking-six-pack-abs-hard-as-a-rock -never-give-a-darn-sexy-bunch-of-ranchers-with-aditude-selfs!!!! Of course 'crying shame' Harrison is included except for the law part (being a ex-lawyer and all)whew! now that, that is out of my system. This book was wonderful and so humorously funny i couldn't help the naughty giggles... I was so glad i could be with the Clayborne family again. Julie Garwood is not afraid to take any situation and go all out with it. She is so great!! Gosh i love her if you ever read this you are so great Julie and you are one of my hero's for being able to write like that!! I loved the way she made Adam black and the head of the family he is so strong and wise for his age. I loved the way Mary Rose could even go and talk to him about Harrison and her feelings tward him and how he understood. I also would like to say one more thing before i go she couldn't have don a better job with the Clayborne family and there personalitys! Keep up the good work Julie!!!!!!

posted by Anonymous on February 13, 2006

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

charming

love julie garwood's for the rose's and this continues the story. charming stories.

posted by cjca on February 19, 2012

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  • Posted April 29, 2012

    Passion

    The books were short and nice to read and re-read. Thank you Julie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2001

    A good read...

    i love the claybornes, (especially cole!) and i was dying to see what had happened since 'For the Roses'...this was a great book, and i was glad to find out what had happened...but you have to read 'For the Roses' before you read this or you wont know what happens....'for the roses' is still my absolute favorite!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2001

    Great Read

    It's always nice to find out that the friends you made a while back are still the same, and that's what it feels like with the 'Brides' trilogy. The Claybornes are still the same old cantankerous bunch, and the new additions to the family don't seem to mind a bit, and in fact can be just as ill-tempered. It was a pleasure to read this book, my second Garwood novel. The first was FOR THE ROSES, which was more descriptive, yes, but that's beside the point for me. I wanted to know what happened to Travis, Douglas and Adam--especially Adam!--and I now that I know, I'm content. It wasn't quite as long as FOR THE ROSES, but it was every bit as funny.

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