Duncan's Bride

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Mira, 1990 - Fiction - 251 pages
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Hoping to meet a no-nonsense wife who will help him on the ranch while raising a family, Reese Duncan simultaneously hopes to avoid a woman like his crushing first wife and finds more than he bargained for in Madelyn Patterson. Reissue.

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Review: Duncan's Bride (Patterson-Cannon Family #1)

User Review  - Roshan - Goodreads

What is up with the high ratings?!?! The book was AWEFUL! The starting of the book book do no make any sense. i mean, why on earth would a person agree to become a wife to a total stranger was never ... Read full review

Review: Duncan's Bride (Patterson-Cannon Family #1)

User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

I adore a good MOC story and this one was pretty epic. Maddie was such a strong but sweet and warm heroine, hero was super alpha bitter and brooding just the way I like them. Her love heals him and saves him and makes him a better man. Super romantic! Read full review


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About the author (1990)

Linda Howard was born as Linda Howington on August 3, 1950. She began writing at the age of ten while attending a small country school. She went on to a small community college, as the only journalism major, but soon dropped out to work at a trucking company as a secretary. Howard sold her first book to Silhouette Books in 1980. She has written over 25 titles including Up Close and Dangerous; Drop Dead Gorgeous; Cover of Night; Killing Time; To Die For; Kiss Me While I Sleep; Cry No More; and Dying to Please. She has won the Silver Pen for Affaire de Coeur as well as the Romantic Time's Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Sensual Romance, the Romantic Times Magazine Reviewer's Choice Award for Series, and the W.I.S.H. Award for her character Joe Mackenzie. She has also won the Romance Writers of America's RITA and the B. Dalton Bestseller Award.

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