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by Elizabeth Lane, Kate Welsh, Lisa Plumley

Genre: Historical Romance, Western, America
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1800s, American West

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Three lively authors bring their special brand of humor, poignancy and storytelling to a trio of charming, funny and very loving tales of weddings that could only happen in the Wild West.

Lane’s heroine, Arabella Spencer, becomes “The Hand-Me-Down Bride” when she arrives in Montana only to discover that her fiancé has married another. When Arabella finds the key to Stewart McIntyre’s gruffness, she’s awakened to a world of passion. Welsh pens “The Bride Wore Britches.” The night Rhiannon Oliver walks down the stairs in a dress, Dylan Varga is stunned by her beauty. When Rhiannon’s sheep ranch is vandalized, Dylan realizes he loves her enough to want to protect her. In Plumley’s tale, “Something Borrowed, Something True,” Nellie Trent is a mail-order bride and a journalist, writing an article exposing a marriage agency as a fraud. When she meets her prospective groom, rancher Everett Bannon, it’s a different story! (HARLEQUIN, Jun., 300 pp., $6.25)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: June 2012

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