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Jove Books, 1983 - Fiction - 404 pages
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A bandit and a gentleman both vie for the heart of pretty Abigail McKenzie--and force her to make a choice that no woman should ever have to make...
This "New York Times" Bestselling Author... "will leave you breathless!" ( "Affaire de Coeur" )
"An enthralling book, with a love story as feisty and romantic as a Tracy/Hepburn movie."--Lisa Gregory
"Bawdy, witty, touching, delightful."--Francine Rivers

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User Review  - Regan Walker - Goodreads

A Second Chance at Love From a Very Unlikely Place Set in 1879 in Colorado, this is the story of the very proper Miss Abigail McKenzie who decides she needs to make some money to keep herself and her ... Read full review

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I unearthed this book at the back of a closet the other day, which I thought was a funny place for me to put a book. I vaguely remembered not liking it all that much, but I figured it couldn't be too ... Read full review


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Romance author LaVyrle Spencer was born in Browerville, Minnesota in 1944. While working as a teacher's aide at Osseo Junior High School, she started writing her first novel, The Fulfillment, which was published in 1979. She has written more than a dozen novels that have hit the New York Times bestseller list, and many of her works have been condensed for Reader's Digest and Good Housekeeping. She has won five Romance Writers of America RITA Awards for her novels The Endearment (1983), Hummingbird (1984), Twice Loved (1985), The Gamble (1988), and Morning Glory (1990). In 1988, she was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. Many of her novels have been made into televison movies including The Fulfillment, Home Song, and Family Blessings and the major motion picture Morning Glory. She retired from writing in 1997 because she met her finanical goal. She lives with her husband in Stillwater, Minnesota.

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