Love in the Old West
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A Man to Call My Own
by Johanna Lindsey
After the sudden death of their father, charismatic twins, Amanda and Marian Laton, are sent to live with their aunt on a sprawling Texas ranch. As the twin sisters -- one of whom is nasty, the orther nice -- both find themselves pursuing Chad Kinkaid, the cowboy son of a neighboring ranching family.
by Catherine Anderson
After a scandal, Eden Paxton flees to the wilds of Colorado to live with her half brothers and is kidnapped by murderous outlaws who intend to sell her across the Mexican border, until Matthew Coulter comes to her rescue.
by Jude Deveraux
Maine, 1865. Carrie Montgomery, who is used to a pampered life thanks to her family’s wealth and the attention of her seven brothers, has set up a mail-order-bride service for the hundreds of lonely men out West. The men send in pictures of themselves and descriptions of their needs in a wife. When Joshua Greene’s picture arrives, Carrie decides to marry him. But Josh wants a wife used to hard work on a farm.
by Jude Deveraux
Shortly before she is to marry, Kady Long impulsively buys an old flour tin. Inside it she discovers a well preserved satin wedding dress, just the kind she has been looking for. She tries it on and suddenly finds herself transported in time to a harsh landscape where a man is about to be hanged.
by Linda Lael Miller
Holt McKettrick leaves a mail-order bride at the altar in Arizona and rides hard for Texas to help two desperate friends. But he doesn't count on meeting Lorelai Fellows -- who just called off her own nuptials and is burning her dress in public.
The Anonymous Bride
by Vickie McDonough
Luke Davis, marshal of Lookout, Texas, flippantly tells his cousin he'd get married if the right woman ever came along. When three mail-order brides are delivered to Luke a month later, he's in an uncomfortable predicament. How will he ever choose his mate?