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Fool for Love
     

Fool for Love

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by Merry Farmer
 

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She was at the end of her rope, looking for a final chance...

Amelia Elphick may have been born a London lady, but when her lover leaves her pregnant and desperate, the only hope for her and her secret baby comes in the form of rugged Montana cowboy, Eric Quinlan. All she has to do to start a new life in the American West is pretend to be his bride.

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She was at the end of her rope, looking for a final chance...

Amelia Elphick may have been born a London lady, but when her lover leaves her pregnant and desperate, the only hope for her and her secret baby comes in the form of rugged Montana cowboy, Eric Quinlan. All she has to do to start a new life in the American West is pretend to be his bride.

He must save his ranch before time runs out...

It doesn't take Eric Quinlan long to discover the key to saving his home and his heart lie in Amelia's hands. She's everything he wants in a woman. She may be his fake wife, but the passion between them is sizzlingly real. Can he convince her to stay or will he lose it all forever?

People do foolish things when they're in love....

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148703181
Publisher:
Merry Farmer
Publication date:
04/19/2013
Series:
Montana Romance , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
273
Sales rank:
64,768
File size:
696 KB

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Fool for Love 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really love this author and this series. Can't wait till the next one comes out. Eric and Amelia are wonderful characters. Great!
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nancynook More than 1 year ago
Her anti Irish sentiments would be understandable if it added to the historical setting. However, the rowdy cowboys could have been any nationality without affecting the story. Farmer chooses tondisparage them repeatedly always mentioning hey are Irish and refers to them as d " drunken micks."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is it a good book