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by Katy Madison

Genre: Historical Romance, Western, America
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1862 Colorado

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This delightful tale about a fur trapper and a lady, and how mismatched they are, is Madison’s debut novel with Harlequin — the first of her Wild West Weddings series about mail-order brides for three hardworking, hard-living men! It’s funny, charming, realistic and full of sexual tension — a treat for all western fans!

Olivia Hansson leaves Connecticut to be a mail-order bride in Colorado. But the man who wrote her poetic letters is very different from the disheveled fur trader who claims her at the train depot. Jack Trudeau advertised for a wife and helpmate; he does not need an ornamental lady like Olivia. He should have put her on the next train east, but he gives her one month to prove that she can endure the wild frontier. Poor timing and missed cues are the story of her life, but Olivia is a survivor and a hard worker, and in the end her beauty, gentleness and tenacity will surprise, exasperate and delight her new husband. (HARLEQUIN, Jun., 288 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: June 2014

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