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For the Roses

(The first book in the Claybornes' Brides series)
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1879 AD. In Blue Belle, Montana, everyone knew better than to mess with theClaybornes. The brothers had once been a mismatched gang of street urchins-- until they found an abandoned baby girl in a New York city alley, namedher Mary Rose, and headed west to raise her to be a lady. They became afamily -- held together by loyalty and love if not by blood -- when suddenlythey faced a crisis that threatened to tear them apart... Trouble came totown with one Lord Harrison Stanford MacDonald. Armed with a swagger andsix-shooter, he cut a striking figure -- but it soon became apparent to MaryRose that he was too much of a gentleman to make it in her rough-and-tumbletown. She asked her brothers to teach him the basics of frontier survival,which he acquired with ease. And soon he possessed a deep and desperate lovefor Mary Rose. She returned his affection wholeheartedly... until MacDonaldrevealed a secret that challenged everything she believed about herself, herlife, and her newfound love. Now her search for identity and meaning wouldbegin, raising questions that could only be answered if she listened to thetruth within her heart....

Genre: Historical Romance

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