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384 pages, Paperback
First published May 25, 2011
”How about we send her back and you stay on?” he offered.You can see Declan falling in love as he goes from calling Edwina “Miss Priss” to “Ed”. Oh, and he has a half Cheyenne Indian friend, Thomas Redstone, who is just perfect for Pru. I mean, Edwina and I can see that, why can’t she? It will be fun to see why each of these women earns the label of a “Runaway Bride” in a series by the same name. I’m eagerly looking forward to the next one, Colorado Dawn, coming out in January, 2012.
She almost smiled. “You thinking to marry me now, Mr. Brodie?”
“Hell, no. I’ve already got one wife too many. But I’ll pay you.”
“To do what?”
“Cook. Clean. Ride herd on my kids. Tend a garden.”
“Pay me how? You just said you have no money.”
“Shares on the cattle.”
The smile broke into a chuckle. “I need cattle like you need another wife, Mr. Brodie. No, you strive for patience and give me time to train her.”
Honest, hard-working widower, age thirty-three, seeks sturdy English speaking woman to help with mountain ranch and four children. Drinkers, whores and gamblers need not apply.