Brides Of The West

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Brides of the West.

With hope in their hearts, three women looking for a new life take fate in their own hands and head West to become the brides to men they have never met.

Have they made a serious mistake or found the gold at the end of a rainbow?

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Overview

Brides of the West.

With hope in their hearts, three women looking for a new life take fate in their own hands and head West to become the brides to men they have never met.

Have they made a serious mistake or found the gold at the end of a rainbow?

Read More Show Less

Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780980035643
  • Publisher: Highland Press
  • Publication date: 1/5/2008
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 0.51 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2008

    Another winner from Highland Press

    First, let me say that all these stories are wonderful tales of what happens when a woman travels west to marry a stranger. I was truly impressed with the quality of each story. Michele Young, a proven Regency author, has outdone herself with her western, Satin and Snakeskin, a marvelous romance. When the hero, Jake Redmond, first spies his beautiful bride-to-be, Tess Dalton, he pulls out his gun and shoots...you'll have to read it yourself to find out why. Ms. Young puts a heart-rending spin on this charming story. Kimberly Ivy's Grey Wolf's Bride, is a sensual, romantic story of love lost and re-found as the heroine, Evangeline Payne, discovers the man she has contracted to marry is her long, lost love. Grey Wolf McKinnon--who has changed his name to Adam Smith, making him unrecognizable to the unsuspecting mail order bride--is a hero to die for. Poignant and sensual, this story had me totally engrossed. Billie Warren Chai completed the trio of novella's with a super story entitled, The Chances Are Bride. The heroine, Annabelle, is feisty, the hero, Sheriff Morrow, is sexy and the story is spicy. When she arrives to wed a stranger, Annabelle finds he has died and left her a saloon and brothel. The sheriff, sympathetic to her plight, comes to this Eastern Lady's aid. You'll love this rendition by Ms. Chai, whose prose is always pleasing, no matter the genre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2008

    wonderful anthology

    I bought this book because of Michele Young. I read her No Regrets and was impressed with that book. And she only proved what a strong talent she is with her entry in this 3 story-anthology. However, I was also pleased with the other two authors as well. Sometimes you buy an anthology for one author and then are stuck with two weaker tales. This is not the case with this book. All three are very enjoyable tables that really surprised me with their strength. If love the Old West and heart-warming stories, then this is a good way to spend a chilly evening.

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