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Topic: Dallas Schulze's " The Short Straw Bride"

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Subject: Dallas Schulze's " The Short Straw Bride"
Date Posted: 7/19/2009 8:12 AM ET
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I've just finished this book and loved it. Was a bit dissappointed that the ending was so quick but got the impression the author left it open that way for a possible sequel. Does anyone know if this book is one of a series?

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 8:50 AM ET
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I don't think it is.  It should have been for the other brothers.  I loved this book and it made me search for everything Dallas Schulze has ever written.  Unfortunately, I only liked  Gunfighter's Bride as much as short straw.

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 8:55 AM ET
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Back in the days when i read  a lot of Silhoutte/Harlequinn type books i really liked her contemporary stories. This was the first historical of hers i have read. It's a bummer that she left the ending so open like that. I would have loved reading a sequel to the storyline!

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 11:34 AM ET
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if you go to google and enter dallas schultz booklist fictiondb you can then find out all the books that belong in a series and also all the books she has written.

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 11:55 AM ET
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that sounds like a good one from the description and reviews! seems like I have this one lost in mt tbr somewhere..the title sounds familiar at least!

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 1:46 PM ET
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I have enjoyed her contemporary silhouettes too.  Historical isn't really my thing. 

Date Posted: 7/19/2009 7:42 PM ET
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Thanks for the suggestion Bertie. It looks like it's a stand alone book. I did not find it in the author's list of series books.