Lily

Lily

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by Leigh Greenwood
     
 

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Zac Randolph owns and runs the Little Corner of Heaven Saloon in San Francisco's notorious Barbary Coast. He's a gambler by trade and by nature. He takes care of the girls who work for him, but no woman is as exciting as gambling, no woman means as much to him as his saloon. His life is perfect until a distant cousin, Lily Sterling, arrives from Virginia and upsets

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Zac Randolph owns and runs the Little Corner of Heaven Saloon in San Francisco's notorious Barbary Coast. He's a gambler by trade and by nature. He takes care of the girls who work for him, but no woman is as exciting as gambling, no woman means as much to him as his saloon. His life is perfect until a distant cousin, Lily Sterling, arrives from Virginia and upsets everything.

Taking Zac up on a casually extended invitation, this fresh-faced beauty has fled her father and a prospective husband. She insists she doesn't want Zac to take care of her, but Zac is as good-hearted as he is selfish. He knows Lily is too innocent for San Francisco. When he can't convince her to go back to Virginia, he tries to find her a safe job. But Lily's good-heartedness continually gets her into trouble from which Zac has to rescue her. When she is caught in his bed, compromised (she wasn't, but nobody's going to believe two nearly naked people), an immediate wedding was the only solution.

Lily was more than happy to believe Zac loves her, but Zac is determined to stay away from Lily so he can leave her with a clean conscience. Lily sees only the good in Zac and believes she's been sent to San Francisco to save him from himself, but Zac is determined to get Lily away from the saloon and out of his system. He should have known by now that where there's a "flower woman", there's a Randolph about to lose his heart.


This book is part of the Seven Brides Series.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016476797
Publisher:
Ten Talents Press
Publication date:
06/08/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
170,835
File size:
420 KB

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Meet the Author

Leigh Greenwood is the award-winning author of over fifty books, many of which have appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. He is the author of several successful book series: The Seven Brides, The Cowboys, and the Night Riders. Leigh lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. Please visit his website at http://www.leigh-greenwood.com/.

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Lily (Seven Brides #7) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was not as good as the rest, but wonderful none the less. Zac, the lovable little scamp from 'Rose' is now grown up and considered the black sheep. He doesn't share the demons his brothers were plagued with, but is still influenced by the legacy of his father. The final chapter in the book is a wonderful wrap up with all of the brothers, and their wives and children appearing. MA
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read all seven books in the order in which they are written, and I am very disappointed after reading six great books to find that this was a horriable book. I disliked Lily very much because she was nothing like any of the girls and I dont believe she should have been made a cousin, it might have been acceptable back then but this day and age its not so I couldnt get the feeling of incest out of my head. She had some strength but over all she was neive and stupid and I felt that Zac really didnt want to be with her that the author was forcing them togather and Lily didnt really care about his feeling or she would have refused a forced marriage no matter what. Zac was too selfish considering that Rose practically raised him and he treated his family like dirt which even though not a normal family they didnt mind being around one another. Zac I believe should have been a bit more mature and she needed to not be a holyer that vow southern belle who didnt have that same strength like the six girls before her. I didnt even finish the book I was so disappointed and disgusted with the characters and whats so bad is I liked Zac in all the other books and feel he deserved better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read alot and this is one of the best series of books that I have read in along time. I bought all 7 of them and now my sisters can't wait till I get them done so they can read them also. One book is better than the first. You will laugh and cry along with them. I don't know how she done it but they need to make a series of movies out of them. That way I can see what I felt when I read them.