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Bounty Hunter's Bride
Bounty Hunter's Bride
Author: Carol Finch
ISBN-13: 9780373292356
ISBN-10: 037329235X
Publication Date: 12/1/2002
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
First book I read from Finch. Loved Every minute of it. The dialog was witty, plot was good. I couldn;t put the book down. Both characters were wonderful. Anyone who loves historical novels should read this one.
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Shipping magnate Walter Malloy wants his daughter Hannah to marry Louis Beauchcamp, which will merge the two largest shipping companies in New Orleans. Hannah does not want to be a pawn piece in her father's plans for a dynasty. When her father hires a chaperone to guard her until the wedding, Hannah realizes she must escape the tedious life her father has planned for her.

When thinking what she wants in a husband, Hannah realizes she wants someone who will always be away, so she can pursue her own interests. She decides that she is most likely to find such a man in the western states. She escapes to Fort Smith, Arkansas and meets a half-breed bounty hunter/deputy marshal, Cale Elliot.

Cale agrees to the marriage because he needs a wife to successfully infiltrate a gang that murdered his brother. He also realizes that Hannah is woefully ill-prepared to face the rigors of frontier life, so he offers to teach her the skills she will need as an independent woman.

The main characters are very human with many admirable traits. The activities Cale and Hannah encounter and the couple's interaction are pure Carol Finch.
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HANNA MALLOY WAS DESPERATE TO MAKE HER WAY WEST

And Cale Elliot was the perfect choice to launch her into a life of adventure. Now, since their hasty wedding, the legendary bounty hunter dared her daily to try new things. But would it be wise to fall in love with her own husband?

What was a New Orleans belle like Hanna doing married to a half breed sharpshooter like him? Cale wondered. True, she needed his wilderness savvy as much as he needed her polish, but how on earth had their convenient business arrangement taken a sharp turn toward "can't live withou you" love?
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Hanna Msalloy was desperate to make her way west. Cale Elliot was the perfect choice to launch her into a life of adventrue. Now, since their hasty wedding, the legenary bounty hunter dared her daily to try new things. But would it be wise to fall in love with her own husband?
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Hanna Malloy was Desperate to Make Her Way West, and Cale Elliot was the perfect choice to launch her into a life of adventure. Now, since their hasty wedding, the legendary bounty hunter dared her daily to try new things. But would it be wise to fall in love with her own husband?