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McKinnon's Bride (Harlequin Historical) Mass Market Paperback – Mar 2003

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Another wonderful HIGH QUALITY romance 30 Mar. 2003
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This is another fine book from Sharon Harlow. She has such a way for romance. This story opens when Jessie Monroe is on her way (with her children) to see her brother, at McKinnon Ranch, where he works. She is widowed and coming to him for some help. When she gets there she finds that her brother has been fired but Ty McKinnon said he thought his brother Cade was looking for a cook/housekeeper. She decides to take the job. The moment that Cade and Jessie meet they are attracted. You later find out why her brother was fired. It has to do with cattle rustling and a couple of shady characters. I won't say anymore because I don't want to give it away. If you like a good old fashioned romantic page turner... this is the book for you. I would give it more than 5 stars if I could. Sharon's characters are moral yet not unbelievable. Sharon...another GREAT book. I can't wait for the next one. This is staying on my shelf for a re-read. Another great one by Sharon is For Love of Anna.
A don't miss read 14 April 2012
By D. LaFaber - Published on
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This was the first in a series of three books that I know I will read more than once. A great story of forgiveness and a wonderful love story. It also had just the right amount of humor and will keep your interest until the end.
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A Reading Treasure! 26 Mar. 2005
By Nancy Compton - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
MCKINNON'S BRIDE is a tender tale of love at first sight that finds a broken and battered soul. Cade McKinnon is just the man to teach Cassie Monroe how to love and trust again.

Truly touchingly tender tale! Don't pass it up!
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