Book Reviews of A Bride for Adam (Harlequin Historical, No 253)

A Bride for Adam (Harlequin Historical, No 253)
A Bride for Adam - Harlequin Historical, No 253
Author: Muriel Jensen
ISBN-13: 9780373288533
ISBN-10: 0373288530
Publication Date: 1/1/1995
Pages: 296
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a must have for the discriminate taste.
Fast, constant, moving, gut-wrenching tale of a desperate mother's love that will not be denied.
The lose of her two sons led Josie Cross to use the desperate measure of becoming a mail-order bride in order to search for her lost ones.
Widower Adam Scofield, having lost the love of his life, has requested a Bostonian lady of some gentility and breeding to mother his two daughters and to share his comfortable life.
He is not looking for love so much as companionship and some one to share his bed.
Adam Scofield and Miles Carver are lawyers in the California town of Yreka in the Siskiyou Mountains.

Josephine Cross started with little lies and omissions that escalated into entangling webs that nearly tripped her up.
She worked hard at being a good mother to Adam's daughters but could not forget her driving need to find her sons.

Miles took a bullet for her [unintentionly] and Adam could not and would not give up his wife even knowing that he was in danger of falling in love with Josie.
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More Than He Bargained For

Widower Adam Scofield had sent for Josie Cross to mother his girls and share his comfortable life. But the stubborn woman was not content to play the docile wife. In fact, she seemed determined to end their chance at happiness before it had truly begun.

Josie's boys had been kidnapped. Swallowed up by the California hills. And she'd do anything to get them back. Even marry a man she'd never seen. Though it didn't take her long to realize that hurting Adam would surely tear her heart in two.