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Leisure Books, Aug 1, 1996 - Fiction - 443 pages
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An orphan with nothing but her name, except a herd of cattle, Iris had to get them to Wyoming befor rustlers wiped her out. As luck would have it, Monty Randolf was heading that way.

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Review: Iris (Seven Brides #3)

User Review  - Stacy Papineau - Goodreads

My least favorite book in the series(thus far), I got tired of the wishy washy heroine. Never did understand the attraction between the characters, that being said, I still like the Randolph brothers and their struggle to rise from the ashes. Read full review

Review: Iris (Seven Brides #3)

User Review  - Jaimey - Goodreads

Considering the fact that Iris starts out the spoiled darling of society, I couldn't help but find her incredibly irritating at times. However, she redeems herself in the end by becoming determined to ... Read full review


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Leigh Greenwood is the USA Today bestselling author of the popular Seven Brides, Cowboys, and Night Riders series. The proud father of three grown children, Leigh resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. He never intended to be a writer, but he found it hard to ignore the people in his head, and the only way to get them out was to write. Visit him at

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