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MARRY ME
by Jo Goodman

Genre: Historical Romance, America
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1884 Colorado

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Goodman returns to the beloved town of Reidsville, Colo., with her latest historical. This one is darker than her usual romances, with very sensitive subjects, that are handled with the finesse and gentleness that is Goodman’s trademark. The characters are so strong and intriguing that the reader can’t help but root for them.

Rhyne Abbott lives in isolation, but is forced to head to town when she falls ill. The town is in shock. The new doctor Cole Monroe has his hands full with his rambunctious younger sister, but he still takes in sickly Rhyne. He nurses her back to health and falls in love with her, only she doesn’t feel the same. Or does she?

Rhyne doesn’t trust her feelings. Now Cole must convince the independent beauty to take a chance on him and let him ease her ailing body, as well as her aching heart. (ZEBRA, Dec., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: December 2010

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