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TEXAS BRIDE
by Joan Johnston

Genre: Historical Romance, Western, America
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1874 Chicago and Texas

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From the multitalented Johnston comes the first book in the Mail Order Bride series. With her knowledge of the hardship and dangers of daily living in 1800s Texas, she combines characters you care for and emotional intensity in this fast-paced, touching love story.

It’s a struggle for Jacob Creed to keep his ranch from his powerful stepfather, Alex Blackthorne. But Jake is just as determined to keep what is his. A mail-order bride, Miranda Wentworth, arrives from Chicago. As Jake’s new wife, she will have to explain the appearance of her two young brothers, and though he’s neglected to mention his 2-year old daughter, they all get along.

Widowed for only six months Jake feels some guilt when he finds himself physically attracted to Miranda, as she enjoys their verbal bantering. But there is still something missing from their marriage: Jake is determined not to consummate it. Too bad Miranda has other ideas about that. (DELL, Mar., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Emily Higgens

Publisher: DELL

Published: March 2012

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