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The Lawman Said
The Lawman Said I Do The Frasers - The Frasers
Author: Ana Leigh
PBS Market Price: $7.59 or $3.69+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780743469968
ISBN-10: 0743469968
Publication Date: 12/27/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
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This wasn't as good as the previous one in the series but it was above average.
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good read.
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Great book. Characters go well together.
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This was really a great book!
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Bestselling author Ana Leigh continues her exciting series featuring the sexy Fraser men and the love they discover in the heart of the Wild West.


The Lawman Said "I Do"



When outlaws attack Cassie Braden's stagecoach, she's grateful to Colt Fraser for saving her. But she's certainly not attracted to the rugged, handsome stranger -- after all, he's just passing through, and she's turned down plenty of traveling cowboys before. So why do sparks fly every time they're together?


Colt is on his way to California to seek his fortune, but his bravery wins him the post of deputy sheriff in Cassie's sleepy town. Though he's not interested in settling down, he needs the cash -- and why not indulge a harmless flirtation with the sheriff's firecracker of a daughter before continuing westward?


Yet when new dangers threaten, the forces keeping Cassie and Colt apart begin to lose their battle against desire too powerful to resist...and a love too big to ignore.
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In Leigh's winning second Old West romance about the Fraser brothers (after The Frasers: Clay), Colt Fraser, a former Confederate soldier, is riding a stagecoach to California, where he plans to visit his brother, when he takes a bullet in the shoulder while attempting to foil a holdup. Forced to wait a week for the next California-bound stage in tiny Arena Roja, N.Mex., Colt is made a temporary deputy after the holdup gang returns and shoots the local sheriff. A more delightful diversion is pursuing Cassie Braden, the sheriff's strong-willed daughter, who strides around town in men's attire. Engaged to Arena Roja's schoolteacher, who, after five years, still hasn't returned from fighting in the Civil War, Cassie initially rejects Colt's advances. Only when bank robbers show up and place Cassie in mortal danger does she accept the true feelings of her heart. Leigh has written a very 21st-century light romance in a 19th-century setting with characters speaking freely about sex, love, psychology and even Hindu philosophy. (Jan.)
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*Starred Review* Cathy Bowden is everything a man would want in a woman--beautiful, gracious, and charming. No wonder Colt Fraser can't figure out why he's attracted to Cassie, Cathy's stubborn, opinionated, pants-wearing twin, instead. After Colt saves Cassie and her intoxicated brother, Jeff, during a stagecoach robbery, their father, Jethro, the town sheriff, makes Colt his deputy. A former Confederate soldier, Colt is on his way to California to start a new life, but he agrees to help Jethro until the next stagecoach comes through. Using his time in Arena Roja to court the feisty Cassie, Colt has to watch out for many nemeses, including a jealous Jeff, who wanted to be his dad's deputy; the surviving robbers, and three dreadful children. Quirky characters and witty dialogue fill the pages of this entertaining novel. The second book in Leigh's Fraser series (The Frasers: Clay, 2004), this will appeal to many audiences, from fans of the Old West, to readers who enjoy a good romance, to those who like books rich in humor.
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Any book by Ana Leigh gets 5 stars from me. This is an excellent series of The Frasers. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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When oulaws attack Cassie Braden's stagecoach, she's grateful to Colt Fraser for sasving her. But she's certainly not attracted to the rugged, hansome stranger after all, he's just passing through, and she's turned down plenty of traveling cowboys before. So why do sparks fly every time they're together?
Colt is on his way to California to seek his fortune, but his bravery wins him the post of deputy sheriff in Cassie's sleepy town. Though he's not interested in settling down, he needed the ash and why not indulge a harmless flirtation with the sheriff's firecracker of a daughter before continung westward.
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Synopsis: When outlaws attack Cassie Braden's stagecoach, she's grateful to Colt Fraser for saving her. Are sparks flying? Colt is on his way to California to seek his fortune, bu his bravery wins himthe post of deputy sheriff in Cassie's sleepy town. When dangers threaten, the forces keeping Cassie and Colt apart begin to lose their battle agains desire to powerful to resist.
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When outlaws attack CAssie Braden's stagecoach, she's grateful to Colt Fraser for saving her. But she's certainly not attracted to the rugged, handsome stranger-after all, he's just passing through, and she's turned down plenty of traveling cowboys before. So why do sparks fly every time they're together?
Colt is on his way to California to seek his fortune, but his bravery wins him the post of deputy sheriff in Cassie's sleepy town. Though he's not interested in settling down, he needs the cash-and why not indulge a harmless flirtation with the sheriff's firecracker of a daughter before continuing westward?
Yet when new dangers threaten, the forces keeping Cassie and Colt apart begin to lose their battle against desire too powerful to resist...and a love too big to ignore.