Duncan's Bride

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Mira, 1990 - Fiction - 251 pages
12 Reviews
Reese Duncan wanted a wife, pure and simple. Someone to have children with, someone to help him rebuild his ranch, someone uncomplicated ... and someone very different from his first wife, the woman who'd destroyed his life. But he hadn't bargained on Madelyn Patterson. She was sophisticated and citified, and she was willing to herd cattle, keep house and start a family with Reese. The only thing she asked for in return was love - the one thing Reese refused to guarantee.

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Review: Duncan's Bride (Patterson-Cannon Family #1)

User Review  - Monika - Goodreads

5 bullheaded stars Reading a book like this is what reminding me how much I love romance in the first place. One stubborn hero and a real strong heroine are a perfect recipe for an interesting plot ... Read full review

Review: Duncan's Bride (Patterson-Cannon Family #1)

User Review  - CC - Goodreads

3.5 stars (I am rounding up because, even with my complaints, I did not get overly mad reading the book and I came away happy) This is my second Linda Howard book and I am still trying to decide if ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
28
Section 3
49
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Linda Howard was born on August 3, 1950. She went on to a small community college, as the only journalism major, but soon dropped out to work at a trucking company as a secretary. She sold her first book to Silhouette Books in 1980. She has written over 50 books including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, Dying to Please, Open Season, All the Queen's Men, Kill and Tell, Mr. Perfect, and Son of the Morning. She has received several awards including the Romance Writers of America's RITA, the Silver Pen for Affaire de Coeur as well as the Romantic Time's Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Sensual Romance, the Romantic Times Magazine Reviewer's Choice Award for Series, and the W.I.S.H. Award for her character Joe Mackenzie.

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