Morning Song

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HarperCollins, Jan 1, 1990 - Fiction - 400 pages
35 Reviews

An innocent Mississippi wildflower in the early bloom of womanhood, headstrong Jessie Lindsay will do anything to thwart the charming, enigmatic fortune hunter who has come to wed her widowed stepmother. But there is far more to Stuart Edwards than Jessie first imagines. And in the heat of a blistering Southern summer, the handsome riverboat gambler will awaken feelings she has never known -- and share with her his dangerous secrets -- as reckless, undeniable desire propels them both toward scandal, possible ruin...and impossible love.

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Review: Morning Song

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my problem with a lot of romance novels is that they carry a lot of weak-minded lead females that succumbs to the charms of arrogant and entitled ass who believe they should get their way by the wave of a hand. This book was no different and I am over it. Read full review

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User Review  - Blaze King - Goodreads

Loved it. Though the hero was not as alpha as I would have wanted, he was in every sense a strong man. I didn't know at first when I picked this book how it was going to be with the hero as heroine's stepfather by marriage to her stepmother. But now I'm glad I chose to read it. Read full review

About the author (1990)

Karen Robards is the bestselling author of twenty-seven novels. The winner of six Silver Pen awards for favorite romance novelist, as well as numerous other awards, she lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband, Doug, and their sons Peter, Christopher, and Jack. She says, "I read, I write, and I chase children. Thatís my life."

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