One White Rose by Julie Garwood

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The Claybornes are back -- and love is in bloom! First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent "New York Times" bestseller "For the Roses," which inspired the Hallmark Hall of Fame television film "Rose Hill, " the Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana, have been embraced by millions worldwide. Now Julie Garwood spins the individual stories of these three spirited brothers -- once a mismatched gang of street urchins -- in a trio of special novels that continues with "One White Rose." Douglas Clayborne will never turn his back on anyone in need, and everyone in Blue Belle knows it. Time and again, his intolerance of cruelty of any kind has made him a champion of the defenseless...but his quiet strength faces its ultimate battle when he meets Isabel Grant. He arrives at her ranch to pick up the magnificent Arabian stallion he's purchased, but he cannot leave the vulnerable woman behind when he discovers the danger that threatens her. Convincing the stubborn, strong-willed beauty that she needs him is another matter. Douglas can stop the men from stealing her ranch and her horses, but he cannot stop Isabel Grant from stealing his heart.

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With more than 13 million books in print and 13 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, Julie Garwood has earned a solid position among fiction's established stars. It's clear why she has risen to the top -- her talent as a novelist keeps readers laughing, crying and thoroughly entertained with each new book. One force that shaped Julie's life and work is her Irish heritage. "The Irish are great storytellers who relish getting all the details and nuances of every situation. Add in the fact that in my family I was the 6th of 7 children. Early in life I learned that self-expression had to be forceful, imaginative and quick," Julie says. Julie Garwood's phenomenal success is not only a result of her outstanding writing ability, but also her determination. Her early elementary education was interrupted by illness, and as a result, she didn't learn to read until she was almost 12 years old. She's been a champion of literacy ever since -- as a tutor, a classroom storyteller and an author of two children's books. Julie visits schools as often as possible to talk to children about the joys and rewards of reading. "I treasure the written word," she explains, "and I want everyone to love books as much as I do." Julie Garwood's first historical novel, Gentle Warrior, was published by Pocket Books in 1985. Since then, her popularity among readers has grown with each new publication. She is currently working on her next novel.
Published July 1, 1997 by Pocket. 128 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Later this summer we can expect another short book, One Red Rose, and, this fall, a full-length hardcover - Come the Spring.

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