Book Reviews of The Courting of Widow Shaw (Harlequin Historical, No 710)

The Courting of Widow Shaw (Harlequin Historical, No 710)
The Courting of Widow Shaw - Harlequin Historical, No 710
Author: Charlene Sands
ISBN-13: 9780373293100
ISBN-10: 0373293100
Publication Date: 6/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Really good love story! Two people from totally different walks of life learn to trust each other and find love after impossible circumstances.
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Enjoyed this book alot!
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Back Cover:

"WHO KILLED BOONE SHAW? HIS WIFE, IT SEEMED...

Glory Shaw survived a nightmare only to awaken to a more disturbing reality--her dead husband. Wanted for a murder she couldn't recall, she was rescued by Steven Harding, a man she had ample reason to hate. But how would she call him "enemy" when her traitorous heart claimed him as her true love?

Steven Harding would do whatever it took to protect Glory, the woman he'd secretly loved since childhood--even if that meant hiding her in a brothel. But was shielding her in his ardent embrace more dangerous than surrendering her to the long arm of the law?"
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Glory Shaw survived a nightmare only to awaken to a more disturbing reality--her dead husband. Wanted for a murder she couldn't recall, she was rescued by Steven Harding, a man she had ample reason to hate. But how would she call him "enemy" when her traitorous heart claimed him as her true love? Steven Harding would do whatever it took to protect Glory, the woman he'd secretly loved since childhood--even if that meant hiding her in a brothel. But was shielding her in his ardent embrace more dangerous that surrendering her to the long arm of the law.