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TEXAS BRIDE
by Leigh Greenwood

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Post–Civil War Texas

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Owen Wheeler finds himself in Pinto Junction on the trail of Laveau diViere, a
rustler-turned-traitor during the Civil War. Love comes his way when he stays
at a boarding house run by Hetta Gwynne.


Hetta knows she not beautiful, but vows never to be treated as cruelly as
her handsome father treated her plain mother. So she keeps her distance from good-looking
men like Owen. But the longer Owen stays around, the more
he sees Hetta’s inner beauty.


Misunderstandings abound when Laveau appears, threatening Hetta, and Owen must
face the fact that his love for her is more powerful than revenge.


Exciting characters fill this continuing story of the Night Riders, tracking the
evil Laveau. I can’t wait for the next installment from this wonderful author
who paints pictures of strong men who aren’t afraid to be vulnerable when
it comes to the women they love. SENSUAL (Dec., 366 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Evelyn Feiner

Publisher: Leisure

Published: December 2002

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