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Montana Moonfire Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1990
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Some spine creasing and a stamp on top edge. Small initials on inside front cover page. No other marks, clean and tight. Ships very quickly and packaged carefully!
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I started reading her books a along time ago
and proceeded thru the others with a flair of wonderful reading..
I enjoy her western books, been awhile since I read the last one ..
Honestly all were wonderful and I am SOOOO happy they have found Love
and as always in books and movies.. Lived happily ever after...
My opinion---I LOVED THIS BOOK!! Out of all the books I have read by Carol Finch this is right up there as BEST of the BEST! I have never read a carol finch book and been disappointed. From the first page you are drawn in and can NOT put the book down. The women in her books are strong and willfill and the men too--which makes for a firery combination. When the books end, it is almost like you lost a friend. I dont know how to explain it but even though it is a happy ending -you want the book to continue due to the fact you have grown to love the characters.
If you like western historicals then you will surly ENJOY this book. I recommend it HIGHLY
A WEDDING TO FORGET
As usual, silvery-blond Chicago debutante Victoria Flemming-Cassidy was given no choice: today she would marry stuffy, oh-so-suitable Hubert Carrington Frazie the mate her socially ambitious mother had chosen for her. The ceremony was about to begin when the towering, suntanned preacher suddenly flung her over his broad shoulders, dumped her in a wagon, and hightailed it out of town--headed West! Tori wondered whether marriage to horrible Hubert might be better than this degrading ideal...until her handsome captor lifted her into his arms and stopped her
protests with a kiss! Reaching up to twine her fingers in his ebony hair, Tori realized she'd been given the best present a bride could hope for: a night of passion with a real man!
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Dru Sullivan had a ranch to run and besides, he'd rather face an Indian war party single-handed than dress up as a preacher and crash a highfalutin' wedding! But he owed his wealth and even his life to his gold-mining partner, Caleb Flemming, so he could hardly refuse when the oldtimer begged him to rescue his citified daughter and bring her home to Montana. Dru dreaded having to mollycoddle some prissy bundle of fluff--until he grabbed the white-gowned Tori right from the altar, alone with the violet-eyed and eluded the pursuing posse, and found himself alone with the violet-eyed beauty. One kiss convinced the rugged rancher that he should lose no time showing Tori the kind of wedding-night bliss the sensuous innocent would never forget!
Three stars... It was a pretty good book. I would recommend it to someone who doesn't have anything else to read.