Book Reviews of Arizona Bride

Arizona Bride
Arizona Bride
Author: Rosanne Bittner
ISBN-13: 9780821715970
ISBN-10: 0821715976
Publication Date: 4/1/1985
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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When he gazed into Shannon Fitzgerald's emerald eyes, Bryce Edwards was lost in their shimmering green depths. Instantly the army captain felt afire with desire and he resolved not to leave the Virginia belle until she completely surrendered herself to him. He gave no thought to tomorrow; a wife in the untamed West would only hamper his career. All Bryce wanted was the auburn-haired wench wrapped in his arms for the night to slake his burning need to master her.
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Southern Western Romance. When he gazed into Shannon Fitzgerald's emerald eyes, Bryce Edwards was lost in their shimmering green depths. Instantly the Army Captian felt afire with desire and he resolved not to leave the Virginia Belle until she completely surrendered herself to him. He gave not thought to tomorrow; a wife in the untoamed West would only hamper his career. All Bryce wanted was the auburn=haired wench wrapped in his arms forthe night to slake his burning need to master her...
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"When he gazed into Shannon Fitzgerals's emerald eyes, Bryce Edwards was lost in their shimmering green depths. Instantly the Army captain felt afire with desire and he resolved not to leave the Virginia belle until she completely surrendered herself to him. He gave no thought to tomorrow; a wife in the untamed West would only hamper his career. All Bryce wanted waw the auburn-haired wench wrapped in his arms for the night to slake his burning need to master her.."

"From the moment Shannon saw Bryce in his tailored captain's uniform, the innocent beauty knew he was the one man for her. Just a brush of his fingers against her cheek and she quivered with ecstasy. Just a whisper of his breath beside her ear and she swooned with passion. Though they had just met, the spirited young woman instinctively knew she would trade finery for homespun, safety for danger, confort for hardship to savor love's sweet wild pleasures and become Bryce's".

Prequel to Arizona Esctasy
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An army captain and a Virginia Belle have differnt agendas when they meet.
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She was a southern vixen he was a western brute but she knew she would trade her finery for his homespun and wild caresses.
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This is not my favorite book by this author; this is one of Rosanne Bittner's early novels. Army officer Bryce Edwards meets Shannon Fitzgerald when she is 14 and is enchanted with her. Shannon lives in Virginia before the Civil War.

Bryce waits for Shannon to grow up because he wants to marry her. Trouble comes to Virginia as the Civil War looms closer and their plans to marry are delayed when Shannon's father becomes very ill. After his death, Shannon is attacked by a plantation-owner and she kills him with her derringer. She runs to Bryce in Arizona but must do so carefully, because she is running out of money and she is afraid of being sent back to Virginia for killing a wealthy and powerful man.

I was disappointed by the last 100 pages, or so. I thought Shannon being sold to a Mexican landowner to be a bit over the top. Also, Seguaro's last fight was too unrealistic. Otherwise, the story was a page-turner.