Book Reviews of Bride on the Run (Harlequin Historical, No 546)

Bride on the Run (Harlequin Historical, No 546)
Bride on the Run - Harlequin Historical, No 546
Author: Elizabeth Lane
ISBN-13: 9780373291465
ISBN-10: 0373291469
Publication Date: 1/1/2001
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Malachi Stone needed a woman. A decent, hardworking widow content to raise his children and share the burdens of frontier life. But instead the Fates had sent him Anna. A woman of mystery. Who made him want...deep, eternal forbidden things...!
A wild-at-heart siren pursued by dangerous secrets, Anna knew her life would never have peace. Certainly not the kind that Malachi offered-simple days of love beneath the endless Western sky. No matter how much she longed for them, such things were denied a wanted woman forever on the run....
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"Malachi Stone needed a woman! A decent hardworking widow content to raise his children and share the burdens of frontier life. But instead the Fates had sent him, Anna. A woman of mystery, who made him want....deep, eternal forbidden things......."

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Very good read!
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This is a GREAT book. A historical romance that was full of believable,likable, good characters. A great book.
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Malachi Stone lives in an out-of-the-way part of the Arizona Territory; he feeds his family by taking travelers across the river at the base of the Grand Canyon. He has two children who need a mother. Malachis first wife died and has left him to struggle with her parents; who want to take the children from their father. Although his children are responsible and helpful, they need the love and care of a woman.

Thus, Malachi tries to find a mail-order wife. Unfortunately, he gets Anna. It is obvious that Anna wont be there long and Malachi suspects that she may have been a prostitute. Anna answers no questions and has an air of mystery about her.

What Malachi doesnt know is that Anna saw two men walk away from the dead body of her intended husband. One of the men named Anna as the murderer and there are wanted posters in 5 or 6 states. Anna is using her quick marriage as a way to hide from the man determined to make her pay for the murder.

I liked the way the author portrays the women who come to evaluate Malachis worthiness to keep his children; they are prissy but intelligent.

This book is quick to read and the plot is not unusual. However, Elizabeth Lane raises it from the common by her understanding of human nature and her exceptional descriptions of life in the Grand Canyon.
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Malachi Stone Needed a Woman!
A decent, hardworking widow content to raise his children and shre the burdens of frontier life. But, instead the Fates had sent him Anna. A woman of mystery. Who made him want...deep, eternal, forbidden things...!

A wild-at-heart siren pursued by dangerous secrets, Anna knew her life would never have peace. Certainly now the kind that Malachi offerec - simple days of love beneath the endless Western sky. No matter how much she longed for them, such things were denied a wanted woman forever on the run....
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A good story. This young lady endures the news that her new husband only married her to mother his two kids thus never her own, in-laws who want to take the kids away from the father, nasty, lazy, lecherous, neighbors, quicksand, bounty hunters, and the man shes running from. Action packed story that keeps you reading. I liked it.