The Bride by Carolyn Davidson

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She thought her fate was sealed…

Isabella Montgomery's future looked bleak. Before her father died, he betrothed her to Juan Garcia, an old ranchero infamous for cruelty. Now, shut away in a convent, she dreaded the day he would come to claim her.

Until a dark horse revealed her true destiny…

Rafael McKenzie needed a bride before he came into his inheritance. The moment he laid eyes on Isabella, he knew she was the one. Breaking into the convent and capturing her was easy enough, but stealing her heart was another story….


About Carolyn Davidson

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Reading has always been Carolyn Davidson’s favourite thing to do. She loves the written word, ranging from her early loves, Louisa May Alcott and Zane Grey, to present-day writers. Over the past several years, it’s been her turn to compose books that bring pleasure to her readers. Carolyn loves to hear from her readers and no matter how busy she is Carolyn always takes time to answer her mail. You can reach her at P.O. Box 2757, Goose Creek, SC 29445
Published September 17, 2012 by Harlequin HQN. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In late–19th-century New Mexico territory, Rafael McKenzie is searching for a bride to fulfill his dying father’s wish that he marry a woman of “virtue” in order to lay full claim to his inheritance, the Diamond Ranch.

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