Book Reviews of The Last Bride in Texas (Harlequin Historical, No 541)

The Last Bride in Texas (Harlequin Historical, No 541)
The Last Bride in Texas - Harlequin Historical, No 541
Author: Judith Stacy
ISBN-13: 9780373291410
ISBN-10: 0373291418
Publication Date: 12/1/2000
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 37 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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good historical romance
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Elizabeth Hill cursed the lucj that cast her in the drama of a daring bank robbery. As if the town hadn't gossiped about her enough already now they thought she was some damsel in distress, with mysterious stranger Connor Wade starring as a genuine, sure shootin hero. Couldn't they all just leave her in peace. Connor Wade hadn't expected Elizabeth Hill to be so, wll, attractive. Everybody in Sterling treated her as if she was the last rose of summer or something, a spinster workhouse fresh out of chances. But Connor was conviced that if he could just get past that prickly exterior, the woman hed find underneath would be worth whatever it took
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Elizabeth Hill cursed the luck that cast her in the drama of a daring daylight bank robbery. As if the town hadn't gossiped about her enough already, now they thought she was some damsel in distress, with mysterious stranmger Connor Wade starring as a genuine, sure-shootin' hero. Couldn't they all just leave her in peace!

Connor Wade hadn't expected Elizabeth Hill to be so, well, attractive. Everybody in Sterling treated her as if she was the last rose of summer or something, a spinster workhorse fresh out of chances. But Connor was convinced that if he could just get past that prickly exterior, the woman he'd find underneath would be worth whatever it took!
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Connor Wade hadn't expected Elizabeth Hill to be so attractive. She was a spinster, after all! But Connor was convinced that if he could just get past that prickly exterior, the woman he'd find underneath would be worth whatever it took.