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Jeb Hunter's Bride (Historical , No 412) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1998

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There was absolutely no way that Kerry Gallivan and her brother were not going to make it to California just as their father had planned. The disguise would just have to do, and Kerry would just have to hope the tough, high-handed wagon master would not see through it because the wagon train contract did not allow single women members. She would have to hope her appearance as a man would be convincing. Jeb Hunter didn't know what it was exactly that made him like the Gallivan brothers so much. Maybe it was their determination and courage. Then again, maybe he didn't like them so much, especially when he discovers that they have been lying to him. And not just about the wagon being overloaded! Kerry's secret is out of the bag, and Jeb promises that he will not allow the Gallivan's to continue on with the train. When the women of the wagon train unite against him, however, he begrudgingly allows them to stay. There are many reasons for Jeb to avoid Kerry, but many more for him to seek her out. Her warm smile and sparkling eyes make Jeb forget about his responsibilities. Her compassion for his aches and pains set him at ease in her arms. The world melts away for both of them whenever they touch. But then the anger flares again, and discord pushes them away from each other. Jeb allows his past to harden his heart, while Kerry's own heart centers only on accomplishing her father's ambition for freedom. Jeb Hunter's Bride is a new wagons west romance by Ana Seymour. The tension between characters is high and electrifying, and the realism of this California-bound excursion is blended well with the romantic play between a tortured Jeb Hunter and vibrant Kerry Gallivan. It's a shame that the outcome of the story is so blatantly given away in the title of the book.Characters that build beautifully around a high-tension romance! The wagon trails burn hot and cold with Kerry and Jeb! It's a treat to ride with them. Ana Seymour's West is spirited, determined, and courageous! A lovely story! Karen Ellington -- Copyright © 1998 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times

About the Author

ANA SEYMOUR has been a fan of English history since her childhood, when she devoured the historical epics of Thomas Costain, Rafael Sabatini and Anya Seton and spent late nights up watching the swashbuckling movies of Errol Flynn and Tyrone Power. She spent a number of years working in the field of journalism, but she never forgot the magic of those tales. Now she is happy to be weaving some of that magic herself through Harlequin Historicals. Ana loves to hear from her readers at P.O. Box 47888, Minneapolis, MN 55447
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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 298 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (April 1, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373290128
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373290123
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.5 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,176,217 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By D. K. Stokes on December 7, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Nothing special, nothing horrible, just pretty forgettable.

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.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Oregon Trail, 1800's Mid West

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!
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By A Customer on December 22, 1998
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I couldent put it down!. The book was adventurouse and fun, it was packed with romance and had alot of details! I really couldent put it down . I read it more then just onece and it was just as exiting every time! I love this book!
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