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Duncan's Bride Paperback – June 1, 1998
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About the Author
Linda Howard is the award-winning author of many New York Times bestsellers, including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, and Dying to Please. She lives in Alabama with her husband and two golden retrievers. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
Reese is an off-putting, sexy, brute of a man, with lingering anger/rage flowing through his veins, thanks to his ex-wife. I just couldn't see how Madelyn fell for him at first sight. His ill temper would have been enough to say: peace out sucker!
However, Maddie falls for him from the very start, and as the story goes along we see what a strong willed person she can be. She was a good match for Reese. She certainly did the opposite of everything I would have done, and more power to her and her back bone! I loved Maddie! When something goes down, she didn't become a doormat, or forgive him so easily. Thank heavens.
Their story pulled me in, held me captive, and finally released me when the story finished, and I had read the book with barely putting it down.
I loved their banter of on going knowledge. That was my favorite part, besides the cafe moments. Lol
Over all I really enjoyed this story. It was exactly what I needed after a load of failures.
My only regrets are:
1. something happens towards the end and we don't see it brought up to Maddie. That bothered me.
2. Her BFF falls through the cracks and we don't see her again.
3. I would have liked more of Robert. I really liked him. I know he has his own story- but still.
After a bitter divorce Reese Duncan is re-building his ranch, he will never trust another woman but he can't do everything by himself. When he decides to advertise for a wife, he doesn't get many responses and the only one he responds to is Madelyn Patterson.
Bored with her job because it didn't offer any challenges and was only something her stepbrother offered to help her after mourning; Madelyn remembered how much she had enjoyed the country when she visited her grandmother. On impulse she types a letter and mails it. When she receives and invitation to visit Montana. While Reese immediately decides he won't marry her, they are both attracted to each other.
In spite of their misgivings they end up married, Reese doesn't expect her to be able to stand the loneliness of Montana but he has never met a woman like Madelyn and he will never be the same after he has. This is a profound and thoughtful romance.
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