Bayou Bride

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Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 448 pages
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To keep the Louisiana plantation he loved, Dominic Kane had six months to honor his father's will and marry. When he saw the beautiful bondservant fresh from the high seas, his decision was made. He offered to temporarily make her his wife in name only. But after impulsively kissing her lush lips, a raw passion surfaced, and Nick realized his roguish life had not been complete before the entrance of this green-eyed enchantress. Jordan St. James was desperate to escape London and the evil investor who expected her to repay her family's debt with her body. She set off on a journey to work as indentured servant in the New World, and upon seeing the wealthy planter who'd purchased her papers, Jordan's heart beat faster. The intensity of his eyes burned into her soul, and his seemingly innocent touch left her shivering with desire. She vowed to do whatever it took to become, in every way, his Bayou Bride.

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I couldn't deal with them not talking. He was angry at her because he was assuming he knew something and she wasn't telling the on and on and on we go of him being upset because he thinks ... Read full review


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