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Author: Stef Ann Holm
Delicious tension, hilarious wit, and heated passion make Stef Ann Holm's acclaimed Brides books the perfect place to spin dreams and reel in true romance.... Using an alias, stunt reporter Matthew Gage arrives in Harmony, Montana, to uncover the cheating going on in the town's famous annual fly-fishing contest -- not to tangle lines wit...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780671019419
ISBN-10: 0671019414
Publication Date: 5/1/1999
Pages: 432
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Meg Brooks is determined to cast aside her hoydenish ways and finally catch a husband. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of likely matrimonial candidates in tiny Harmony, Montana--until handsome Matthew Gage arrives in town. What Meg doesn't know is that Matthew, masquerading as mild-mannered salesman Vernon Wilberforce, is really a reporter who's in Harmony to prove that her brother cheated in order to win the grand prize in the town's annual fly-fishing contest.
Matthew thinks the lovely, innocent Meg is the perfect information source for his latest sensational story, but it isn't long before he's entranced by the natural, honest charm she's trying to hide beneath proper ladylike ways. Meg, on the other hand, is busy falling head over heels in love with the attractive newcomer to Harmony. But sooner or later, Matthew's real identity must be revealed. Will Meg forgive him for his deception? And can Matthew, a self-proclaimed bachelor, come to terms with having his heart stolen by the impetuous Meg?
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Hilarious and heated passion in a Historical Romance.
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A stunt reporter, Matthew Gage, goes undercover in Montana to investigate the cheating reported in the town's famous annual fly-fishing contest. Gage, who is masquerading as "Vernon Wilberforce" meets innocent Meg Brooks who is hiding a few issues of her own and the romp begins. Toss in a suffragette grandmother with activist plans and a beau of her own and the endearing, funny, heartwarming story goes on.


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