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Sunday, March 19, 2006

Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard

***Note: I had the flu all last week and I'm really behind on my blogging, so bear with me while I catch up! Thanks, Holly.***

Reese Duncan wanted a wife, pure and simple. Someone to have children with, someone to help him rebuild his ranch, someone uncomplicated...and someone very different from his first wife, the woman who'd destroyed his life. But he hadn't bargained on Madelyn Patterson. She was sophisticated and citified, and she was willing to herd cattle, keep house and start a family with Reese. The only thing she asked for in return was love - the one thing Reese refused to guarantee.

Linda Howard has always been a favorite of mine. I've read everything she's written and I can honestly say there's only 2 books out of the 40 some she's written that I didn't absolutely love.

Duncan's Bride is no exception.

Reese Duncan has been hurt in love and taken to the cleaners by his ex wife, so he's trying to rebuild his Montana ranch. He decides he needs a wife, but doesn't want any messy affairs of the heart, so he places an ad in the newspaper for one.

Of the three or four responses he gets, only Madelyn Patterson sets his blood to boiling. He doesn't want to pick her, because he knows he'll get too close to her, but in the end, he can't seem to stop himself.

Madelyn takes one look at the sexy cowboy and seems to fall madly in love with him. She knows it won't be easy teaching this hardheaded cowboy to love, but she'd determined.

I love Maddie's strength of will. Reese isn't the best husband in the beginning, but she always stands her ground and refuses to let him walk all over her. She was smarty and witty, but had a back bone of steel. I love that in a heroine, don't you?

This is such a fabulous story! Highly recommended!

4.5 out of 5

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