Legend

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Pocket Books, 1996 - Fiction - 374 pages
16 Reviews
"Petite Kady Long, a celebrated chef about to be married to a gorgeous man, felt she was the luckiest woman alive. But, when she opened an antique flour tin and discovered a charming old photo of four strangers, she felt a mysterious empathy...and an irresistible desire to try on the delicate satin wedding dress, amethyst earrings, and gossamer veil that were tucked inside. Stranger still was the dizzy spell that came over her...." "When she opened her eyes, Kady was in a harsh, sunlit landscape where a band of men had gathered - and a hanging was about to commence! Ever resourceful, Kady managed to stop the outlaws with a rifle shot, and rescue the victim - a tall, rangy and very appealing man." "Anxious to get back to her own time, Kady asked for the stranger's help. But Cole Jordan, of Legend, Colorado, had a prankster's streak - and she ended up his wife instead! If Kady couldn't quite figure out what made him and his town tick, she could at least dispel the notion that she was an obedient nineteenth-century bride. She would put on a fabulous feast that would cost him the moon - and be talked about forever. Meanwhile, Kady was slowly warming up to this enigmatic man - and Legend to boot. But then Cole revealed a secret that seemed to end their Colorado frontier fairy tale...and unite them in a way Kady never could have imagined."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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The plot is fast paced, and has engaging bits. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

A time travel romance back to the old west. Fantastic cooking and wonderful romance. The end will keep you guessing and things are not at all what you expect. I couldn't put this book down it was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laurin - Goodreads

This book started out pretty good, then it into the 'why is this even necessary' territory, and then the lst third of it ws just stupid, useless crap (So stupid. Especially everything to do with CT ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Jude Deveraux is the author of 25 New York Times bestsellers, including High Tide, The Blessing, An Angel for Emily, Legend, and The Duchess. She began writing in 1976, and to date there are more than 30 million copies of her books in print. Ms. Deveraux is currently at work on her next novel. She lives in Connecticut.

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