Leigh Greenwood is the award-winning author of over fifty books, many of which have appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Leigh lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. Please visit his website at http://www.leigh-greenwood.com/
Colorado Brideby Leigh Greenwood
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Carrie Simpson had been warned – the rough country of Colorado was no place for a gently reared Southern lady, Nevertheless, she was determined to make her own way as the new manager of a stage station, feeding weary travelers and hitching their horses, There was only one problem – the husband she said was on his way would never arrive, And Carrie knew it was only a matter of time before someone figured out her secret.
The one thing Lucas Barrow didn’t need was another distraction – and Carrie Simpson definitely fit in that category. With her smooth skin and creamy complexion, she didn’t belong out in the wilderness. And where was this elusive husband she claimed to have? If Carrie were his wife, he’d never let her out of his sight. And even though Luca knew it could never be, he Couldn’t help imagining what it would be like to make her his beautiful … Colorado Bride.
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John Wayne meets Gloria Steinham....................................................................................................................................... 912 pages of drek. The actions of Carrie are to unbelievable. She comes from a fairly sheltered home in Virginia where it has falln to her to help raise her widowed brothers children and run the family household. She is resentful. She takes over her dead fiancees new job of running a stagecoach station. She runs off the current manager a 400 pound angry lout. (OK she had a little help there from Lucas who really owns the company but is working undercover and immediately falls madly in love with her.) A man says he doesn't want to work for her and she shoots up a bath house until he says yes. Indians steal her horses and she rides off alone into the wilderness to get them back. Robbers come to the station and she attacks them with a ham. No kidding. Of course Lucas gets to save her alot. He 's dying to marry her but she has her career to think about. Seriously its pretty bad. Frankly I'm having a hard time believing Leigh Greenwood wrote this book.
Normally love Leigh Greenwood's books but this one was too drawn out in descriptions and who ever did the typing needs lessons . So many misspelled word it became the norm.
This is an unusual work because the hero and heroine discover and reveal their feelings for each other early on. It is good because the heroine tackles issues that many modern women struggle with: independence v. love. Worth the read. MA
Its a good read, but sometimes you have to get passed the spelling errors to know what it is saying. for example it'll say pound instead of found.
I love all of his books. Must read.