Book Reviews of The Marriage Knot (Harlequin Historical, No 465)

The Marriage Knot (Harlequin Historical, No 465)
The Marriage Knot - Harlequin Historical, No 465
Author: Mary McBride
ISBN-13: 9780373290659
ISBN-10: 0373290659
Publication Date: 5/1/1999
Pages: 296
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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She was too much woman for half a man. Delaney cursed the wayward bullet that had made him less than what he'd been. A jewel like Hannah Dancer de served more than he could ever be again. And besides, she belonged to someone else. But fate. it seemed, had other plans.
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She was too much woman for half a man
Delaney cyrsed the wayeard bullet that had made him less than what he'd been. A jewel like Hannah Dancer deserved more than he could ever be again. And besides, she belonged to someone else. But fate, it seemed, had other plans....

The law had moved in on Hannah Dancer
Her late husband's shocking bequest had given her home to sheriff Gabriel Delaney-and left her with more than one surprise. For now this hard-muscled, brooding lawman had taken up residence in her home-and her heart!
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Western romance set in the 1800's
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Delaney cursed the wayward bullet that had made him less than what he'd been. A jewel like Hannah Dancer deserved more than he could ever be again. And besides, she belonged to someone else. But fate, it seemed, had other plans.....

Her late husband's shocking bequest had given their home to Sheriff Gabriel Delaney - and left her with more than one surprise. For now this hard-muscled, brooding lawman had taken up residence in her home - and in her heart.