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Leisure Books, Jul 1, 1998 - Fiction - 444 pages
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A man of culture, lawyer James Madison Randolph enjoys a refined life in Boston, far away from the ramshackle ranch he grew up on and the secrets that haunted him there. Forced to return to the hated frontier when his brother is accused of murder, he still has no use for anything it has to offer--not the backbreaking work, not the barren wastelands, and especially not the sharp-tongued vixen named Fern who wants to gun down his entire family.

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Review: Fern (Seven Brides #2)

User Review  - Stacy Papineau - Goodreads

My favorite book thus far. I love the roguish rapier wit of Madison, and the surly spunk of Fern. Their dialogue is endlessly entertaining and there are parts I read over and over to be sure I get every drop of innuendo out of each page. Thoroughly entertaining. Read full review

Review: Fern (Seven Brides #2)

User Review  - Anne Dirty Girls' Good Books - Goodreads

I liked this one just as much as the first one. I know I liked Madison more than George and I liked Fern almost as much as Rose. On to Monty! Read full review

About the author (1998)

Greenwood won the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in 1996.

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