Book Reviews of The Gentleman (Harlequin Historical, No 43)

The Gentleman (Harlequin Historical, No 43)
The Gentleman - Harlequin Historical, No 43
Author: Kristin James
ISBN-13: 9780373286430
ISBN-10: 0373286430
Publication Date: 3/1/1990
Pages: 299
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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An oldie, but a goodie! Candace Camp (aka Kristin James) always writes a great story with timeless appeal. Set post-Civil war Montana, tomboy jessie wants citified Stephen help her learn to be a lady. Stephen is in Montana to find his family, not a bride, but how do you resist those long braids and those willing arms? Good old fashioned romance with great characters.
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Until Jessie removed her hat and Stphen saw her long braids, he had no idea that she was a woman. And until she met citified Stephen Ferguson, Jessie didn't care what men thought of her. But now she wanted desperately to be a lady. She just didn't know how. Stephen Ferguson had arrived in Montana to search for his father and brother, not a bride. So why did this tomboy in denim touch his heart And why was he willing to throw everything away for the chance to hold her?
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Until Jessie removed her hat and Stphen saw her long braids, he had no idea that she was a woman. And until she met citified Stephen Ferguson, Jessie didn't care what men thought of her. But now she wanted desperately to be a lady. She just didn't know how. Stephen Ferguson had arrived in Montana to search for his father and brother, not a bride. So why did this tomboy in denim touch his heart And why was he willing to throw everything away for the chance to hold her?
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there is another book that goes with this ... loved them both