Mail-Order Bride

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 2000 - Fiction - 316 pages
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Desperate to escape an arranged marriage, Charleston belle Camille Sinclair answers an ad for a mail-order bride which will lead her all the way to San Francisco. Taking a husband sight-unseen is better than wedding the old lech her aunt had suggested -- and may give her the freedom she needs to find her long-lost brother. But when Camille arrives, she discovers handsome logger Seth Braden has absolutely no desire to marry...until she charms him with her sweet nature -- and even sweeter kisses.


Seth Braden is in town for a little rest and a lot of recreation -- in the local saloons. Thrown over by his fiancee, Seth has decided he's through with women. His business partner thinks otherwise -- and orders Camille just for him. Feeling responsible for Camille's safety after he's rescued her from a drunken sailor, Seth convinces her to wed him in exchange for his help in searching for her brother. But it isn't long before passion ignites, and Seth wants to make Camille his wife in more than name alone...

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