Book Reviews of Frontier Bride (Harlequin Historical, No 318)

Frontier Bride (Harlequin Historical, No 318)
Frontier Bride - Harlequin Historical, No 318
Author: Ana Seymour
ISBN-13: 9780373289189
ISBN-10: 0373289189
Publication Date: 5/1/1996
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Indentured servant Hannah Forrester cares for the Webster children and when her widowed employer, Randolph Webster, decides to leave Philadelphia for a new start on the Ohio River, Hannah is ready for the adventure.

Three families will be making the move, including the family of Hugh Trask, whose leering interest makes Hannah uncomfortable. But the arrival of their guide gives Hannah a new worry.

Ethan Reed, a former member of Roger's Rangers, is vital and handsome and he is instantly aware of the lovely Hannah. Ethan's pursuit of her causes a spurt of jealousy in mild-mannered Randolph, who lets Hannah know he is interested in changing their relationship.

Hannah finds herself courted by Randolph, offering family and a future and by Ethan, who freely admits he's not a settling down kind of man, but who draws her like a magnet.

Antagonism and passion flare in the adventure of the journey and building the new settlement, but when Hugh Trask sells muskets to the Indians, the entire group falls into a danger they may not escape.
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I recommend this book to anyone
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interesting!
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A quick, fun romance. A GREAT read if you like Historicals. :)
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Love and romance on the frontier
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A contract of indenture saw to Hannah Forrestor's life not belonging to herself. But no one owned her soul and Ethan Reed knew instinctively that she was the one woman who belonged by his side, for now and forever.
Rugged as the frontier he roamed, Ethan had left his mark on Hannah's heart. Yet, thought he'd guided her through a new land of wonder, she knew his rambling ways could only lead her astray.
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Good book!
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Indentured servant Hannah Forrester cares for the Webster children and when her widowed employer, Randolph Webster, decides to leave Philadelphia for a new start on the Ohio River, Hannah is ready for the adventure.

Three families will be making the move, including the family of Hugh Trask, whose leering interest makes Hannah uncomfortable. But the arrival of their guide gives Hannah a new worry.

Ethan Reed, a former member of Roger's Rangers, is vital and handsome and he is instantly aware of the lovely Hannah. Ethan's pursuit of her causes a spurt of jealousy in mild-mannered Randolph, who lets Hannah know he is interested in changing their relationship.

Hannah finds herself courted by Randolph, offering family and a future and by Ethan, who freely admits he's not a settling down kind of man, but who draws her like a magnet.

Antagonism and passion flare in the adventure of the journey and building the new settlement, but when Hugh Trask sells muskets to the Indians, the entire group falls into a danger they may not escape.
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good book
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The heroine goes to Fort Pit with her owner and 2 other families to found a new village, but the frontiersman or guide is her love. She doesn't feel free to be with him since she's indentured to another man.
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Hannah Forrester's life did not belong to her. A contract of indenture saw to that. But no one owned her soul, and Ethan Reed knew instinctively that she was the one woman who belonged by his side, for now and forever.
Rugged as the frontier he roamed, Ethan had left his mark on Hannah's heart. Yet, though he'd guided her through a new land of wonder, she knew his rambling ways could only lead her astray.
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Hannah Forrester's life did not belong to her-A contract of indenture saw to that.But no one owned her soul,and Ethan Reed knew instinctively that she was the one woman who belonged by his side,for now and forever.Rugged as the frontier he roamed,Ethan had left his mark on Hannah's heart.Yet,though he guided her through a new land of wonder,she knew his rambling ways could only lead her astray.
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Hannah Forrester's life did not belong to her.

A contract of indenture saw to that. But no one owned her soul, and Ethan Reed knew instinctively that she was the one woman who belonged by his side, now and forever.

Rugged as the frontier he roamed, Ethan had left his mark on Hannah's heart. Yet, though he'd guided her through a new land of wonder, she knew his rambling way could only lead her astray.