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Wed Under Western Skies: Abandoned\Almost A Bride\His Brother's Bride [NOOK Book]

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Abandoned by Carolyn Davidson

The sole survivor of a wagon train raid, Elizabeth Travis has been left with amnesia. Cameron Montgomery comes to her rescue and takes special care of her. But how can she desire him while she is a woman with no past?

Almost a Bride by Cheryl St.John

The only unmarried woman in town, Charmaine Renlow has been ...

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Wed Under Western Skies: Abandoned\Almost A Bride\His Brother's Bride

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Overview

Abandoned by Carolyn Davidson

The sole survivor of a wagon train raid, Elizabeth Travis has been left with amnesia. Cameron Montgomery comes to her rescue and takes special care of her. But how can she desire him while she is a woman with no past?

Almost a Bride by Cheryl St.John

The only unmarried woman in town, Charmaine Renlow has been waiting years for her beau to propose, and she's had enough. Maybe it's time to move on to greener pastures...like single father Jack Easton's homestead!

His Brother's Bride by Jenna Kernan

Only a desperate woman would marry a man she'd never met, even if it was her dying husband's last request. But with a young daughter to protect, Clara Justice is desperate, so she accepts the proposal from Nate, the black sheep of the family....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426887499
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/27/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Series , #799
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 147,154
  • File size: 776 KB

Meet the Author




Carolyn Davidson began writing in 1986, knowing absolutely nothing about the craft. Her first three books were rejected by Harlequin.

She met Dixie Browning at a Harlequin dinner in Charleston, South Carolina, and told Dixie she was writing, but that she feared she was too old to begin such an undertaking. Dixie’s response spurred Carolyn to pursue her dream. Dixie said, in her own inimitable fashion, "Well, honey, you can’t start any younger!" And she was right.

Reading has always been Carolyn’s favorite thing to do. She loves the written word, ranging from her early loves, Louisa May Alcott and Zane Grey, to present-day writers.

And now, over the past several years, it’s been her turn to compose books that will bring pleasure to her readers. Perhaps she may even inspire a yearning in someone’s heart to join this parade of authors that stretches across the years.

Having spent her life as a wife, mother, grandmother, and working woman, she’s privileged to have a career that makes her dreams possible. Writing historical romance gives her the opportunity to travel, to visit all those places where our forefathers staked their claim on this country of ours. And then she goes home and writes their stories, maybe not exactly as they lived them, but as her imagination portrays them.

Carolyn lives in the South, where romance thrives, and where the sun shines almost every day of the year. In fact, some days it is difficult to stay glued to her computer, especially when the birds are singing and the flowers are in full bloom.

She lives not far from the ocean, close to Charleston, South Carolina, one of the most romantic cities in the world. Moreover, time at the beach is easy to come by. Does she enjoy her life? You bet! Harlequin allows her to write the books she loves, and her editor is patient with her quirks and foibles. Her family, though scattered in various states, is supportive, and her husband is a constant source of inspiration.

No matter how busy she is, Carolyn always takes time to answer her mail. You can reach her at P.O. Box 2757, Goose Creek, SC 29445.






A peacemaker, a romantic, an idealist and a discouraged perfectionist are the words that Cheryl uses to describe herself. Since her first book was published in 1993, she's written over twenty-five historical and contemporary romances, which have received high acclaim from readers. Cheryl's office walls hold framed covers and awards she's proud to display.

Cheryl admits to being an avid collector who loves everything from teapots, cups and saucers and pitchers to depression glass, kitchenware and tin advertising signs. She especially enjoys browsing flea markets for antiques and collectibles, and claims her car automatically pulls over for a garage sale.

She says that knowing her stories bring hope and pleasure to readers is one of the best parts of being a writer. Working in her jammies ain't half bad either!

She had four releases in 2005 alone: Prairie Wife, Harlequin Historical, February; Million-Dollar Makeover, Silhouette Special Edition Montana Mavericks, June; His Secondhand Wife, Harlequin Historical July; and The Bounty Hunter, Montana Mavericks Historical, September.

Visit Cheryl's web site for covers and excerpts: www.tlt.com/authors/cstjohn.htm.

Cheryl loves to hear from readers. You can write her at: PO Box #24732, Omaha, NE 68124 or email: CherylStJohn@aol.com




Jenna is every bit as adventurous as her heroines. She is an avid gold prospector, enjoying panning, sluicing and using a five-inch dredge along America's gold-bearing rivers in search of illusive nuggets. With her husband, she hunts for fossils and gemstones and is the author of several books on gem and mineral hunting. She also loves scuba diving and has visited a wreck in the Florida Keys that is home to three moray eels and several sharks.

When not adventuring, Jenna lives in Westchester County with her husband and two bad little parrots. These little characters are rescued birds.

Corona, the green monk parrot, fell out of his nest in Florida when still a fledgling and broke his wing. He was discovered moments before the lawn mower arrived. The experts said he would never fly again. But don't tell him that, because he can fly around the house in search of Jenna's husband no matter where he is hiding. The second bird is a light-yellow-and-gray cockatiel named Captain Mango. He was captured, hungry and thirsty, wandering about in a minor league baseball stadium in Florida. The Quaker knows how to talk and continually asks, "How you doing?" in typical New York fashion.

When not enjoying the thrill of treasure hunting or conversing with her birds, Jenna is hard at work creating memorable characters and stories to sweep you away.

Visit Jenna's web site for excerpts of her latest release and monthly contests featuring original sterling silver jewelry crafted by Jenna.

Jenna loves fan mail, so write to her at Jenna Kernan, PMB 158, 3 South Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, NY 10573, or e-mail at jenna@jennakernan.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2013

    Story #2 was the best

    I am a huge Harlequin Historical Romance junkie & westerns are my fav. I normally love all these authors, but the only decent story in this trio was the 2nd one. The 1st seemed to drag on & on. The girl was not someone you felt like relating to. I just wanted to smack her & say "Do you know how hard it is to get a hot guy to totally worship you? And you're willing to let go of that? Stupid!!" 2nd was totally sweet. Both the male & female leads were great as well as Daniel. I do not like stories about brothers sharing wives. Yes I know the older brother was dead, but really? Do you want to marry your brother in law? That just sounds wrong.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2012

    Good read..

    This was a good read.. however, it had 2 scenes in seperate books that I could have done without. ( little hot and steamy) overall it was okay. Because of the scenes not being to my own taste I will delete thia purchased book :( At times I wish these really talented authors wouldn't go so far into the love scenes as adults we all know quite frankly what happens in the bedroom!

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  • Posted February 6, 2012

    Better then Average Group Effort

    When there is more then one writer the weak one can drag the others down. They may not have all been 5 stars but close enough to get the top rating.

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