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Leisure Books, Jun 1, 1996 - Fiction - 441 pages
13 Reviews
"To penniless, friendless Rose Thornton, the advertisement seemed like an answer to her prayers, and the incredibly handsome man who hired her seemed like a dream come true. But when she first set eyes on her hero's ramshackle ranch in the wilds of the Texas brush country and met his utterly impossible brothers, Rose decided even George's earth-shattering kisses weren't compensation enough for the job ahead of her. Never in her life had she seen a place more in need of a woman's touch, or men more in need of a civilizing influence. The Randolph brothers were a wild bunch - carving an empire out of the rugged land, fighting off rustlers and Mexican bandits - and they weren't about to let any female change their ways ... not until George laid down the law and then lost his heart to the beguiling spitfire who'd turned all their lives upside down" -- Cover verso.

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Review: Rose (Seven Brides #1)

User Review  - Chadwick Saxelid - Goodreads

Elizabeth "Rose" Thornton has fallen on particularly hard times in post Civil War Texas, for the citizens of the city of Austin refuse to forgive Rose of the "sin" of her father, who fought on the ... Read full review

Review: Rose (Seven Brides #1)

User Review  - Louise Walsh - Goodreads

This was a really good book. I enjoyed it very much. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Greenwood won the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in 1996.

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