Luke's Runaway Bride by Kate Bridges
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Kidnap Victim--Or Runaway Bride?

What would people think of her, Jenny Eriksen fumed. After all, she'd disappeared from her own engagement ball! And now she was trapped in a tumbleweed of a town, facing down Luke McLintock, a man with a mission, who'd stolen her away from her fiancé--body, soul...and heart!

Luke McLintock couldn't afford to fail. Yes, he'd "kidnapped" his boyhood friend's fiancée--but only because Jenny Eriksen was the key to a little boy's future. But beneath the wide Western skies Jenny had bloomed beyond her high-society restraints and Luke was wondering how he would ever be able to let her go!


About Kate Bridges

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Jillian Hart grew up on the original homestead where her family still lives, went to high school where "Twin Peaks" was filmed, earned an English degree, and has travelled extensively. When Jillian's not writing her stories, she reads, stops for cafe mochas, and hikes through the pine forests near her home in Washington State. Award winning author and USA TODAY bestseller, Kate Bridges, enjoys writing sexy historical romances set in the Canadian and American West. Her novels have been translated into nine languages, studied in over a dozen colleges in their commercial fiction courses, and are sold worldwide. To find out more, please visit Mary Burton was born in the U.S. and earned an English degree from Virginia¿s Hollins University. After a decade of working in marketing and sales, Mary Burton became convinced she could write and sell one of her many stories. Burton left the marketing profession and devoted all her spare time to writing a novel. Soon after, she sold her first manuscript to Harlequin Historicals. Since that initial sale, MB had written twelve historical romances for Harlequin Historicals, four short romantic suspenses for Silhouette Romantic Suspense and a non-fiction book The Insider¿s Guide to Direct Marketing. Her first single title romantic suspense for Zebra I¿m Watching You is a December 2007 release. In 2005, The Unexpected Wife was a finalist Romance Writers of America¿s RITA contest and Wise Moves was 2006 nominee for the Romantic Times¿ Critics Choice Award. I¿m Watching You received critical acclaim from New York Times Best Selling author Carla Neggers.
Published April 8, 2010 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Luke and Daniel grew up together, and now Luke is on a mission to force Daniel to acknowledge Adam, the son he fathered with a Mexican woman.

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