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Jeb Hunter's Bride (Historical , No 412) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1998
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Top Customer Reviews
The heroine disguises herself as a boy (I despise this standard historical romance plot!) so she and her brother can fulfill their recently deceased father's dream of going to California.
She's a bit TSTL (too stupid to live), in that she refuses to listen to advice.
There's a bit of a love triangle. The hero's got a guilt complex.
Then there's some minor drama with Indians and a near-mutiny, but all the conflicts are resolved way too easily.
You'll cheer for Kerry and Patrick's pioneering spirit and their determination to achieve their dreams. Along the way, Kerry unexpectedly finds love with sometimes sullen, sometimes tender and always arousing, wagon master Jeb Hunter.
This tender story is quick and easy to read and most enjoyable!