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Sagebrush Bride
     

Sagebrush Bride

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by Tanya Anne Crosby
 

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Fiercely independent, Elizabeth Bowcock - "Doc Liz" as she's known by all -- vows to raise her orphaned niece as her own. Unfortunately, the child's grandfather has declared the unwed doctor to be an unfit guardian and refuses to deliver her to Liz's care until she finds herself a man...

Enter dark-haired, devil-eyed Cutter McKenzie. Outcast for his Cheyenne blood,

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Fiercely independent, Elizabeth Bowcock - "Doc Liz" as she's known by all -- vows to raise her orphaned niece as her own. Unfortunately, the child's grandfather has declared the unwed doctor to be an unfit guardian and refuses to deliver her to Liz's care until she finds herself a man...

Enter dark-haired, devil-eyed Cutter McKenzie. Outcast for his Cheyenne blood, the handsome halfbreed volunteers to pose as Elizabeth's husband. But though his wicked sex appeal threatens to undermine Liz's independence, the road to St. Louis promises even greater perils...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781681014463
Publisher:
NOOK Press
Publication date:
07/22/2016
Series:
Redeemable Rogues , #1
Pages:
382
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.85(d)

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Sagebrush Bride 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
LynelleClark More than 1 year ago
A Delightful story I enjoyed. A well written story with an interesting plot and believable characters made this historical fiction an entertaining book. As in all romances it is always the same, boy meets girl and then the sparks fly before they will admit that they belong together. Every one can see it accept them. This story is no exception. But what makes this story to stand out for me as a reader was the main characters personalities. Or rather their flaws, at times I became agitated with Elizabeth's ability to clamp up and almost wanted to shout at her to speak up during the times most needed. But then your heart soften because of her poor eye sight and the situations she faces where she simply could not see, getting over every hurdle with some luck and ingenuity. Cutter a half-breed was ruthless in his protection and determined to get the little mouse in his bed but yet so very proud accepting help that he knocked at deaths door. From the start you could feel the tension between the two as lust simmered, drawing them together and love grows in the midst of all the drama they face. Then there was Katie, a little girl that loves her uncle and aunt fiercely but her ability to interrupt at the most peculiar times made her character interesting causing a few tense moments but yet with a undeniable cuteness for a typical four year old.  The villain who hate anyone that was different than him. He causes much turmoil in the story building the plot during the times of great turmoil in the American history. His uncaring character keeps you wondering where he will pop up next. Using every thing available to him to make life difficult.  Every supporting character enhancing the story so that you can get lost in the pages.  A great read that I can recommend to all lovers of a good historical romance book mixed with American history and the conflict with the Indians during that time period.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not one of Tamya anne Crosby best books. Very slow 340 + pages. Doc is all mixedn up Poor Cutter pledged to the contract.......A very dule not really any aaction. FORE WARNED
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great story of some of the challenges facing women in the 19th Century America, and the American Indian....and esp. "Half-breeds". Inspirational story of faith and survival.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would recommend.
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(I don't even know honestly... People just don't know how to keep their nose out of other people's business) "Alright bye!" She gives Vincent the phone back and he laughs "Well, I'll see you soon Sage."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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