Book Reviews of The Badlands Bride (Men of the Land) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 37)

The Badlands Bride (Men of the Land) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 37)
The Badlands Bride - Men of the Land - Marry Me, Cowboy, No 37
Author: Rebecca Winters
ISBN-13: 9780373653461
ISBN-10: 0373653468
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 215
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed The Badlands Bride (Men of the Land) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 37) on + 54 more book reviews
OK, this is one of those times, I just have to write a review. The premise of this book is cute, about an heiress who wants to marry a hardworking man. The two characters, Xan and Judd, are unbelievable, unrealistic which makes the book painful to read. However, the writing is good, smooth and fast moving. I kept reading, hoping it would get better - like maybe Xan would wake up and realize that her fixation on this man is unhealthy because he is definitely weird, if not psychotic. Judd drew so many erroneous conclusions to think that his brothers set him up, you have to wonder, how did he ever succeed in business to become the wealthiest man in South Dakota. The story was horribly flawed, but the writing was well done. I would try another by this author and hope this one is not her norm.
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Xan wanted a man who'd love her for herself rather than her fortune. Fate had brought her to the Bad River of SD. She'd placed an advertisement in the local paper--Bad man wanted for a husband!--& Judd Coltrain had walked into her life. With his deep, sexy drawl & rugged good looks, Xan knew she'd found the perfect man to be the father of her children. But was Judd the simple rancher he seemed? Or would Xan live to regret the day she became a Bad m an's bride?
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This book is a paperback book and not a hardback.
reviewed The Badlands Bride (Men of the Land) (Marry Me, Cowboy, No 37) on + 271 more book reviews
This is a Paperback Book.