Book Reviews of The Virgin Bride Said, 'Wow!' (The Lockharts Of Texas) (Harlequin American Romance, No 870)

The Virgin Bride Said, 'Wow!' (The Lockharts Of Texas) (Harlequin American Romance, No 870)
The Virgin Bride Said 'Wow' - The Lockharts Of Texas - Harlequin American Romance, No 870
Author: Cathy Gillen Thacker
ISBN-13: 9780373168705
ISBN-10: 0373168705
Publication Date: 4/2001
Pages: 256
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Who ever heard of cold feet on the wedding NIGHT?

Kelsey Lockhart had been the black sheep "baby" sister of the family since forever. Fickle, stubbornly single...the only virgin in the great state of Texas, she was sure! But she'd never needed a man--till now...
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Book #4 of this series..It's the final roundup in Laramie, Texas! Leave it to well-intentioned but meddling family members looking out for their little sister to push Kelsey Lockhart into a marriage of convenience. (back cover)
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Kelsey Lockhart had been the black sheep "baby" sister of the family since forever. Fickle, stubbornly single...the only virgin in the great state of Texas, she was sure! But she'd never needed a man-till now.

The only way to hold on to the family homestead was to partner with Brady Anderson-in business and in bed. The contracts, the "I do's," the seduction were easy...except Kelsey chickened out before she closed the conjugal deal.

Brady admired his new "wife's' determination, loved her sass and the fact that she was full of surprises--except for one. Kelsey's innocence was not part of the bargain. And a day of reckoning was coming...