Texas Bride by Carol Finch
(Harlequin Historical)

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Forbidden Territory

That was where Maddie Garret was leading him—not just through the wilds of Texas, but deep into the secret reaches of his heart. But could Texas Ranger Jonah Danhill, half Comanche and all lawman, accept the tragedy of his people's past and still embrace a joyful future spent in her arms?

Maddie knew that her last hope of rescuing her kidnapped sister lay with Jonah. Possessed by a passion for justice, though haunted by sorrows of his own, he was exactly what she needed—a man of strength, a man of courage, a man who could awaken the woman she was meant to be!

 

About Carol Finch

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Connie Feddersen also writes under four pseudonyms--Carol Finch,  Gina Robins, Debra Falcon and Connie Drake. She has penned one hundred novels in several genres. A published author for almost thirty years, Connie has more than ten million copies of her books in print and her books have been translated into fifteen languages. In her spare time she likes to garden, do carpentry projects, and help her husband with farming chores and cattle roundups on their 600-acre ranch.
 
Published April 16, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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