Shotgun Bride (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Apr 1, 2009 - Fiction - 224 pages
4 Reviews


Handsome as sin and wild as the Western wind

That's the Corbett brothers for you, and Shane's no exception. No way is he settling down just because of some ridiculous marriage pact—especially not with a cowgirl from small-town Whitehorse who seems so young and naive. At least that's what this hardened lawman keeps insisting.

But when Maddie Cavanaugh's kidnapped and drawn into a world of violent greed and despair, Shane jumps into action. While he has no trouble subduing her captors, resisting the force of Maddie's charm is harder than he could've imagined, and it seems as if stubborn Shane may be the first of the Corbett boys to surrender his bachelorhood.

  

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User Review  - Bookworm247 - LibraryThing

Well, This was my first Harlequin book I've read, and I really liked it. It starts off with this family of 5 brothers who make a pact for them to be married by the time they are all 35. They draw ... Read full review

Review: Shotgun Bride (Whitehorse, Montana: The Corbetts #1)

User Review  - Ashley Rosen - Goodreads

everything about the story was really well done except for the love story. the couple spent hardly any time together and through a few conversations about nothing of importance somehow fell in love. I ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
15
Section 3
28
Section 4
42
Section 5
64
Section 6
79
Section 7
96
Section 8
114
Section 9
136
Section 10
151
Section 11
163
Section 12
180
Section 13
195
Section 14
205
Section 15
215
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author B.J. Daniels lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, and three springer spaniels. When not writing, she quilts, boats and plays tennis. Contact her at www.bjdaniels.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/BJ-Daniels/127936587217837 or on twitter at bjdanielsauthor.

 

 

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