BUSHWHACKED BRIDE [NOOK Book]

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BUSHWHACKED BACK IN TIME TO THE WILD WEST!

ONE BRIDE…

While visiting a modern-day dude ranch in Colorado, history professor Jessica Garrett is appalled to find herself shanghaied back in time, plucked off an Old-West-style stagecoach by a gang of five real outlaw brothers from the Wild West. Thrown over a horse and carried off, Jessica listens in horror as the devilishly ...
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Overview

BUSHWHACKED BACK IN TIME TO THE WILD WEST!

ONE BRIDE…

While visiting a modern-day dude ranch in Colorado, history professor Jessica Garrett is appalled to find herself shanghaied back in time, plucked off an Old-West-style stagecoach by a gang of five real outlaw brothers from the Wild West. Thrown over a horse and carried off, Jessica listens in horror as the devilishly handsome desperadoes fight over her. Then back at the ranch, her captors’ crazy mother, Ma Reklaw, whacks the tar out of her brood with her infamous broom even as she promises Jessica’s hand in marriage to the son who can prove himself the most “mannerly” of her ill-bred clan!

FIVE BROTHERS!!

Jessica can’t believe what has happened to her. She is trapped back in time, being relentlessly pursued by five unruly rogues determined to win her favors. But it is the dark, sexy leader of the gang, Cole Reklaw, who soon steals Jessica’s heart and her attentions. Unlike his younger siblings who would eagerly wed her, Cole brazenly offers Jessica his bed but not his name. Can Jessica find her way back to her own time, or will her budding love for Cole alter her destiny forever? And can she perform a miracle that will reform five wayward scoundrels and their cantankerous mother before they’re all carted off to the hanging tree?

BUSHWHACKED BRIDE is one of Eugenia Riley’s most beloved time-travel romances, a wild, hilarious and sexy romp back in time to the Wild West! It is a full-length romance of approximately 105,000 words. Eugenia Riley is the renowned, bestselling author of dozens of historical, contemporary and time-travel romances, including the classics A TRYST IN TIME and TIMESWEPT BRIDE.

And don't miss BUSHWHACKED GROOM, Book #2 in the “Bushwhacked in Time” series, available now!

Also available in Nook from Eugenia Riley: WANTED ACROSS TIME; MISSISSIPPI MADNESS; CHRISTMAS WITH AN ANGEL; PHANTOM IN TIME; EMBERS OF TIME; A CHRISTMAS IN TIME; LOVERS AND OTHER LUNATICS; TIMESWEPT BRIDE; TIMESWEPT BABY; THE PHANTOM OF THE BATHTUB ; TEMPEST IN TIME; and TWO HEARTS IN TIME.
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Editorial Reviews

RENDEZVOUS - RENDEZVOUS ROMANCE REVIEWS
"This book has it all, humor, passion, and a cast of endearing characters that the reader won’t soon forget. Ms. Riley has crafted an amazing tale that leaps right off the pages."
ROMANTIC TIMES
"The characters are delightful, as are the various subplots that make this a wonderful romance. . . . Four stars!"
THE LITERARY TIMES
"A fun and fast-paced romance that will knock your socks off . . . packed with exciting outlaws and beautiful, intelligent women. Eugenia Riley melts the pages with hot and heavy romance!"
HEARTLAND CRITIQUES
"Five Stars!"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014206105
  • Publisher: Eugenia Riley Classics
  • Publication date: 4/9/2012
  • Series: Bushwhacked in Time , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 87,405
  • File size: 391 KB

Meet the Author

Eugenia Riley is the award-winning, bestselling author of dozens of historical, contemporary and time-travel romances, including A TRYST IN TIME, TEMPEST IN TIME, TIMESWEPT BRIDE and EMBERS OF TIME. She has written for publishers including Avon, Bantam, Warner, Harlequin and Dorchester. Ms. Riley's WALTZ IN TIME won her the 1998 HOLT Medallion for Best Book with a Southern Theme. She has received thousands of fan letters on her romance novels, from locations all over the world.
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    I am absolutely amazed by the nasty review and one star as this

    I am absolutely amazed by the nasty review and one star as this is a lively, clever, well-written time travel. Do not understand the "shy" criticism at all and I can be fairly picky. When a heroine is thrust into a new situation (in this case, time and place), she will react in differing ways, much as we do in real life - depends on mood, external circumstances, threatening or not, etc., etc. I think this is a fine read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2001

    Bushwhacked Bride

    I was immensely displeased at the horrid review (if it deserves the dignity of the title) given by H. Prynne. She deserves a scarlet letter, as it were, for the sacreligious deed of placing the Bushwhacked Bride below such trash as Moby Dick and the Great Gatsby when everyone who has eyes (and no blinders) can see otherwise. Oh, to even compare the great writing of Eugenia Riley with Hermann Melville. What kind of name is Hermann, anyway? Everyone who is in Mensa (like me) knows better. The Bushwhacked Bride - great acclaimed novel that it is - should be given such respect. Obviously my collegue Ms. Prynne is repressing her desires for the main character, Cole Reklaw, and cannot admit the pure genius Eugenia has created.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2014

    *****

    Loved this book. Kept me laughing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2014

    Good

    Very entertaining

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2014

    Good read

    Very enjoyable book. Jessica, a 1990's woman is thrown back into 1890's. She has to quickly adapt to a completely different lifestyle, from dress and speech to morals. Cole is total alpha male. There love for each other grows through a series of wild events. Well written and fun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

    anonymous

    Good story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2013

    gave up at chapter 7

    Can't believe i paid for this.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2013

    This story sucked.

    This story started off really interesting, but quickly degenerated into crap. Seriously, she's from the 90's! Why was she acting so shy, as if she was from the 1890's? Don't bother purchasing, this book is a waste of money and time.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 6, 2013

    If you like western time travel romance, with Eugenia Riley's bo

    If you like western time travel romance, with Eugenia Riley's books you will feel like you've hit the jackpot because that is totally how I feel. I admittedly enjoy the cheesiest of cheese, so I also know that there will be a many readers who are just waiting to pick a book like this apart. To them I just say, "Get off my smut."




    This is the second in this genre by Ms. Riley that I've read (and I may already be working on a third!), again I absolutely adored her character's performance but found the time travel aspect mediocre. The overall plot had excitement, suspense and a whole lot of hard edged encounters. Readers are brought to a setting that perfectly captures not only the primitive way of life, but the wild and untamed beauty of loving an outlaw.




    Jessica is definitely out of her element, yet I didn't find her as frantic about her situation as I would expect a scholar to be. Cole on the other hand was every bit alpha-male and ready to face the situation; that sexy caveman-type.  While he adapts to her being in his rather rustic conditions and decides to pursue her hot and heavy, he has doubts about a relationship because of his past. Neither can deny though, that when the flint strikes and the sparks ignite there is plenty of fire between them. Making "Bushwhacked Bride" one sultry romance. 




    Many of the secondary cast are also well-developed. They are a very eclectic group of people that I enjoyed getting to know. I was happy to learn that Ms. Riley offers a second novel where we get to see many of these characters again.




    So here we have another delightful romance, that I heartily recommend. A truly wonderful cast of characters along with an action-packed story line make this a must for lovers of the genre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2013

    Really liked this book

    What a surprising and completely unique loved every character

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  • Posted June 21, 2013

    recommended

    I really liked this book

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  • Posted June 7, 2013

    Highly Recommended

    Enjoyed it some much, brought the sequel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Good read

    Fun read and lots of action. Nice character development and plot twist.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2013

    Wooden

    Couldn't really get into the story or relate to the characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    Loved this book

    I loved this book it was funny and very entertaining....i give it 5 stars.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2001

    A rollicking tale...

    Well, I would not say that this work compares to a masterpiece (magnum opus, if you will) like The Great Gatsby, Moby Dick, or my personal favorite, The Scarlet Letter. No, I cannot venture to say that this humble work deserves a place in the hallowed halls of great American literature. As the first reviewer pointed out, it is somewhat cranked-out. It includes dialogue not fit for a lowly peasant, and it showcases an unpleasant character named 'Miser' or something of the sort. If the sinister implications of that do not cause you to look askance at this little bushwhacked work, well, then there is simply no hope in the world for bushwhacked brides and their broom-wielding mothers-in-law. And yet...and yet...I like this book. I read it every night! I am ashamed. I am abject. But I like it; I treasure it; I clutch it to my bosom so it can impart its bushwhacked wisdom to me. So I gave it five stars. Dear Sir, I have nothing more to say.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2001

    Bushwhacked Bride

    Well, this book was a splendid little foray into the sexual world of 'studs and spurs' as they say. Yet, some of the characters were flat. I did enjoy the scene with Ma Reclaw and her broom! Quite humorous, I must add. And the riveting love scenes practically oozed with excitement.

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    Posted June 11, 2013

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    Posted May 24, 2013

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    Posted May 31, 2013

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