Willow

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Willow is a novel from early in my career, and it was originally shorter than many of my other historical romances. Now, I’m delighted to be able to share this brand-new edition with you. I’ve taken the opportunity to expand Willow to include the subplots, love scenes, and deeper characterization that are possible with a longer book. I hope you enjoy reading this retelling as much as I have enjoyed visiting these characters and ...

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Overview

Dear Reader:

Willow is a novel from early in my career, and it was originally shorter than many of my other historical romances. Now, I’m delighted to be able to share this brand-new edition with you. I’ve taken the opportunity to expand Willow to include the subplots, love scenes, and deeper characterization that are possible with a longer book. I hope you enjoy reading this retelling as much as I have enjoyed visiting these characters and this story once again.

In 1883, the railroad had only recently come to Montana Territory, and outlaws still lurked in the hills. Willow Gallagher, who spent her early childhood in an outlaw camp until her father finally found her, is torn by divided loyalties. Newly married to handsome railroad baron Gideon Marshall, she finds fiery passion in Gideon’s embrace, until she discovers he is on a mission . . . a mission to capture Willow’s outlaw brother, Steven. Now Willow must choose—betray her brother, or risk the love she has found with Gideon, the love she has dreamed of all her life, to save Steven. It is a choice that could break her heart. . . .

May you be blessed,

Linda Lael Miller

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Until her father rescued her, Willow Gallagher had spent her early childhood in a Montana Territory outlaw camp. That life seems long past as she begins her marriage to handsome railroad baron Gideon Marshall. Their passionate romance is threatened, however, by her discovery that her new husband has vowed to capture her outlaw brother Steven. Will she risk her love or betray her brother? Poor Willow stands at a crossroad that can only lead to tragedy. A mass-market original paperback.

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Shocked to learn that a "joke" wedding was actually the real thing, Willow is torn between her growing feelings for her railroad magnate husband and loyalty to her outlaw brother in this refreshed and expanded version of Miller's classic, which was originally published by Pocket Books in 1984.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416598558
  • Publisher: Pocket Star
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Revised Edition
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 259,148
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 11.28 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is the author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels. Now living in Spokane, Washington, the “First Lady of the West” hit a career high when all three of her 2011 Creed Cowboy books debuted at #1 on the New York Times list. In 2007, the Romance Writers of America presented her their Lifetime Achievement Award. She personally funds her Linda Lael Miller Scholarships for Women. Visit her at LindaLaelMiller.com.

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  • Posted October 2, 2010

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    This is a wonderful Americana romance

    In the Montana Territory, the father of two, Devlin Gallagher married a woman with two kids of her own. Ten years younger than her stepbrother Gideon Marshall, teenage Willow believes she loves him, but understands nothing can come of this because of their age difference.

    Willow and Gideon are married by a fake minister. After they exchange their vows jokingly, they learn the minister is real and their wedding genuine. Willow goes home humiliated after the nuptials are annulled. Years later she is to marry, but he arrives and stops the ceremony. Meanwhile her biological brother Steven, once kidnapped by their mom, Chastity, has become a train robber. A bounty hunter wants him dead or alive and does not mind collateral damage like using and even killing Willow. Gideon also seeks out Steven as the robberies are of trains owned by his family. He stays near her as she is the ticket to her sibling, but by being in close proximity he can no longer conceal he reciprocates her feelings.

    Linda Lael Miller's myriad of fans will appreciate the author rewriting a much shorter historical she wrote in 1984. Having not read the previous entry, I cannot make comparisons. The 210 book is fast-paced with several strong characters especially the title heroine, her stepbrother and her brother as they forge an intriguing triangle. The ending is a fabulous spin that only Ms. Miller could have devised and also makes it feel genuine. This is a wonderful Americana romance as the trains come to Montana but it is love that ties the bonds of families.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2013

    High Stone

    The High Stone is a large boulder, covered with moss. The top of the stone is touched directly by the moonlight during moonhigh. This is where ceremonies will be held.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted November 9, 2013

    he looks

    tallscar looks up at the stone and then goes to the camp exit/entrance to leave the camp in search of prey.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2013

    Willow

    Ok

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2013

    Med cat den

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    Willy!

    Me *drags Willowfur in here* Willowfur: WHAT THE-" Me: Okay, all non warrior cats readers please leave Willowfur: *struggles* grr.... Me: Sorry, she is shy Willowfur: Shut up, people are reading this! Me: Sorry, Mrs. Grumpypants! Willowfur' Fox-dung! Just get the Willowfur talk show over with! Me: Okay, welcome to my Warriors OC, Willowfur's talk show, DUN DUN Willowfur's talk show! Yeah! Willowfur: .... Me: Okay, Willy, let's meet Firestar! Firestar: Hi! Willowfur: *hides behind Tigerstar* Tigerstar: Hehe, my daughter..... Willowfur: *shivering* Me: Oooh, Willow is scaredy cat! Willowfur: Am not! *ant crawls on* AAAAAH! GET IT OFF! Me: Bad kitty Willowfur: *hissing* Me: Okay, Willowfur, we have a guest star Willowfur: Is it Dora the Explorer? Please tell me it's not Dora!! Me: .... Willowfur: *pukes up hairball* Everyone: Ewe! Firestar: Really? So mature, Willow -.- Willowfur: Hey, we all know you're a kittypet Tigerstar: Right! You're a kittypet! Sandstorm: Firestar, I'm divorcing you perve Firestar: Nooooo! It's a cruel life out there! Scourge: Okay, what's going... AAAH! Willowfur: HELP!!! *hides behind Hawkfrost* Hawkfrost: Get off me, sis! Willowfur: Shut up, bro! Crookedstar: Willowfur, you have betrayed us! Willowfur: *gives waffle* Crookedstar: Ooh, waffle! *eats* Me: Crookedstar, Scourge, Hawkfrost, Firestar, Tigerstar, Sandstorm, and the hotheaded she-cat Willowfur! Next time on Willowfur's show!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2012

    Welcome!

    Read Cali's story at result two. At result three, please leave a review of it! Thanks! Love, Cali

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2010

    Another Good One..BUT Leaves a Few Cliff Hangers

    I really enjoy Millers books. This one WILL NOT dissapoint. The only thing I will say is there are several details in the book (the promise made to would be husband? why didn't Gideon kick his brothers butt? and how did the "rag tag" band of women get away so easy and what happened to their captor) BUT other than that I loved the story :-)

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