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Leisure Books, Aug 1, 1996 - Fiction - 443 pages
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An orphan with nothing but her name, except a herd of cattle, Iris had to get them to Wyoming befor rustlers wiped her out. As luck would have it, Monty Randolf was heading that way.

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Review: Iris (Seven Brides #3)

User Review  - Stacy Papineau - Goodreads

My least favorite book in the series(thus far), I got tired of the wishy washy heroine. Never did understand the attraction between the characters, that being said, I still like the Randolph brothers and their struggle to rise from the ashes. Read full review

Review: Iris (Seven Brides #3)

User Review  - Jaimey - Goodreads

Considering the fact that Iris starts out the spoiled darling of society, I couldn't help but find her incredibly irritating at times. However, she redeems herself in the end by becoming determined to ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Greenwood won the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in 1996.

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