Book Reviews of Mischief

Mischief
Mischief
Author: Catherine Hart
ISBN-13: 9780380777310
ISBN-10: 0380777312
Publication Date: 9/1995
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Spoiled, sassy and enticingly lovely, Heather Blair-Burns rightfully belongs among Boston's high society - certainly not in a Dodge City salon. But had the haughty, high-spirited debutante remained back East, she would have missed a daring train robberty, a reunion with her presumed-dead father...and the handsome, rough and rugged rogue who calls himself Morgan Stone.
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The princess hits Dodge City, learns her Dad is more and less than she thought he was. Great characters.
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A very fun light hearted book. I like this author's style.
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Enjoyable book, good characters
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A Boston high-society girl in a Dodge City saloon-irresistable!!
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Spoiled, sassy and enticingly lovely, Heather Blair- Burns rightfully belongs among Bostons high society- certainly not in a Dodge City saloon. But, had the haughty, high-spirited debutante remained back East, she would have missed a daring train robbery, a reunion with her presumed dead father... and the handsome, rough and rugged rogue who calls himself Morgan Stone.

It's bad enough that evidence has linked Wells Fargo agent Stone to a string of robberies. Now he has to work undercover behind a bar and deal with the salookeeps beautiful brat of a daughter- an exasperating minx who would serve the customers lemonade and give the local soiled doves lessons in decorum. But, love has a way of ambushing even the most mismatched of hearts. All it takes is a hint of passion - and a touch of...MISCHIEF.