Forget-Me-Not Bride (Bello)

Forget-Me-Not Bride (Bello)

by Margaret Pemberton

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Forget-Me-Not Bride (Bello) by Margaret Pemberton

In the Alazkan Klondike, at the height of the gold-rush, respectable women were thin on the ground and the San Franciscan based Peabody Marriage Bureau did a roaring trade despatching mail-order brides to women-starved stampeders.

When half-Irish Lilli Stullen boarded the S.S. Senator as a Peabody bride, she did so not because she was hungry for a gold-rich husband but because it was the only way she could remove her orphaned younger brother and sister from the clutches of their hated uncle.

To Lilli, the sacrifice of marrying a man she had never met was small in comparison to ensuring Leo and Lottie's happiness - or it was until she met 'Lucky' Jack Coolidge, a professional gambler with devilry in his eyes - a man no woman had ever been able to hold.

Lilli was certain that when they arrived in the Klondike, Jack Coolidge would pay off her husband-to-be and marry her himself. She had reckoned, however, without the man who awaited her arrival. Ringan Cameron was a hard-muscled, fiery-haired Scot with a mysterious past and Lilli, despite her Irish temper and recklessness, soon discovered she had met her match. . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781447230199
Publisher: Pan Macmillan (Bello)
Publication date: 10/04/2012
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Margaret Pemberton is the bestselling author of over thirty novels in many different genres, some of which are contemporary in setting and some historical.

She has served as Chairman of the Romantic Novelists' Association and has three times served as a committee member of the Crime Writers' Association. Born in Bradford, she is married to a Londoner, has five children and two dogs and lives in Whitstable, Kent. Apart from writing, her passions are tango, travel, English history and the English countryside.

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