Book Reviews of Violet (Seven Brides, Bk 6)

Violet (Seven Brides, Bk 6)
Violet - Seven Brides, Bk 6
Author: Leigh Greenwood
ISBN-13: 9780843944945
ISBN-10: 0843944943
Publication Date: 3/1999
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Broken and bitter, Jefferson Randolph could never forget all he had lost in the war between the states or forgive those he had fought. Long after most of his six brothers had found wedded bliss, the former Rebel soldier kept himself buried in work, only dreaming of one day marrying a true daughter of the south. Then a run in with a Yankee schoolteacher taught him that he had a lot to learn about passion. Violet Goodwin was too refined and genteel for an ornery bachelor like Jeff. Yet before he knew it, his disdain for violet was blossoming into desire, But Jeff feared that love alone wasn't enough to help him put his past behind him or to convince a proper lady that she could find happiness as the newest bride in the rowdy Randolph clan.
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Violet is my favorite Seven Brides book, Jeff is my favorite Randolph and Rose is my favorite Randolph married in to the family! The whole series is wonderful! Rose for not putting up with any of the Randolph's guff :ie The Men and Violet for teaching Jeff, not all Yankees are bad, and Jeff for not being to think headed to learn the later! Love Leigh's Cowboys and Brides! and people say Men don't understand women! Well this man Leigh Green Wood certainly understands enough to write romances!
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Wonderful Series! It is hard to believe Leigh Greenwood is male. :-D
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Broken and bitter, Jefferson Randolph can never forget all he lost in the War Between the States--or forgive those he has fought. Long after most of his six brothers have found wedded bliss, the former Rebel soldier keeps himself buried in work, until a run-in with a Yankee schoolteacher teaches him that he has a lot to learn about passion. Violet Goodwin is too refined and genteel for an ornery bachelor like Jeff. Yet before he knows it, his disdain for Violet blossoms into desire. But Jeff fears that love alone isn't enough to help him put his past behind him--or convince a proper lady that she can find happiness as the newest bride in the rowdy Randolph clan.
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I loved all the Seven Brides Series.
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Another great read
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Broken and bitter, Jefferson Randolph couldn't forget what he lost in the war between the states..the former Rebel soldier kept himself buried in work, dreaming of one day marrying a true daughter of the south. Then a run-in with a Yankee schoolteacher taught him that he had a lot to learn about passion. (back cover)
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Another one of the Seven Brides. Made me want to get married all over again. Loved the series. Couldn't wait to read them all.