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(Book 18 in the Runaway Brides of the West series)
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It was her wedding day but, instead of walking down the aisle, she was running for the trainIvy Russell had bigger plans for her life than what her mother wanted for her. She had no desire to marry the man from the neighboring farm, a man her father's age. Unable to convince her mother to stop the forced marriage, she had one option, and that was to disappear. But running away in a wedding dress was not the best way to go unnoticed.

Rainier Armstrong Jr. was surrounded by socialites begging for his attention and his hand in marriage, but he had no interest in their narrow-minded ways or in his mother's attempts at pushing him to choose within his standards. He was content to remain single and run the businesses his grandparents had left him, until his parents reminded him that his grandfather’s only request for the inheritance he received was that he marry soon and carry on the family name

Can their need to marry be what saves them or will being on the run end them?

Genre: Inspirational

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