Senator's Bride

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Zondervan, 1994 - Fiction - 216 pages
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'Have you any plans for the rest of the day?' he asked. 'Plans?' she echoed. 'Whatever they were, cancel them.' He grinned. Crystal nodded, dazed, knowing somehow that if he had proposed a trip to Mars she would have been helpless to refuse. She had come to Virginia to work, not to fall in love -- certainly not with someone like Kip Montrose. Both Kip and his ancestral mansion, Montclair, had captured her imagination. The history of the house intrigued her as much as its master. Even ten years after the end of WWI, the families of Mayfield, VA, still feel its destructive effects. With his days as a dare-devil flying ace behind him, Kip Montrose is having a hard time settling down in the small Southern town and finding a new direction for his life. At the same time, the twins, Cara and Kitty Cameron, are also trying to rebuild their lives shadowed by loss. Then, the arrival of Crystal Kirk, an attractive young career woman, to rent Eden Cottage, and the return of Garnet with Bryane, and her English companion, Jill, sparks excitement, romance, as well as unexpected problems. The era of the Roaring Twenties brings new challenges to the younger members of the Montrose and Cameron clans, as they search for new purpose for their lives, face their inherited destiny, and hope for lasting love. Suddenly, a senatorial campaign tears the families apart and plunges old friends into a bitter political battle in which both winners and losers attain unexpected results.
  

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Review: The Senators Bride Brides of Montclair Series, #12

User Review  - Dorca I. Flores - Christianbook.com

I enjoyed this one also. I was amazed by the time I finished the book how much I disliked Kip Montrose. Didn't like the way he fell in and out of love so easily. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
34
Section 3
41
Section 4
46
Section 5
59
Section 6
66
Section 7
73
Section 8
77
Section 15
126
Section 16
130
Section 17
133
Section 18
140
Section 19
146
Section 20
151
Section 21
168
Section 22
172

Section 9
84
Section 10
90
Section 11
98
Section 12
104
Section 13
109
Section 14
119
Section 23
178
Section 24
187
Section 25
192
Section 26
201
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About the author (1994)

Author Jane Peart grew up in North Carolina. She went to college in New England and worked as an airline attendant before becoming a full-time writer. She is the author of over 60 books in both the secular and Christian markets. She writes the following series: Brides of Montclair, Westward Dreams, American Quilts, Orphan Train West, and Edgecliffe Manor Mysteries. She is also a visual artist, who currently lives in Hawaii.

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