Running the family newspaper in the Wyoming Territory, Liberty Ann Justice mistakes a stranger named Donovan for the man who is trying to shut down the paper and vows to hate him, despite the feelings she has developed for him.
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The newspaper in Laramie, Wyoming Territory, was the domain of Liberty Ann Justice, a headstrong young woman determined to keep the paper alive. When she mistook a handsome stranger named Donovan for her unappreciative absentee publisher, her spitfire vengeance could only be melted by the heat of his touch.Review:
Liberty Ann Justice has been running the Laramie Tribune since her father's death six months ago. But Savage Publishing, the publishing company that owns the newspaper, has told her to stop writing editorials in favor of womens' rights. Libby firmly believes in the suffrage movement and has no intentions of stopping. But when Andrew Savage, the youngest of the Savage clan, shows up on her doorstep she is determined to convince him to let her run the newspaper her way. William Donovan is only in Laramie, Wyoming to collect on a debt from a very dead Andrew Savage. When Libby mistakenly assumes he is Andrew Savage, he goes along with the charade fully intending to tell her the truth before he leaves town. But he doesn't tell her and finds himself on a train bound for San Francisco with the persistent Miss Justice. She makes him promise to take her to Savage Publishing so she can talk to his father R.T. Savage. Donovan doesn't know what he's gotten himself into, but he feels responsible for Libby. When Libby finds out that Donovan isn't a member of the Savage family, she is furious with him. But without any money, she agrees to stay at his house while she waits for a chance to see R.T. Savage. When Donovan goes to plead her case to R.T. Savage himself, he gets more from the visit than he bargained for! Suddenly, his life is turned upside down and he must deal with the fact that he may have to make some very difficult personal decisions in the near future that will effect not only himself, but the woman he has come to care deeply for. R.T. and Libby clash from the beginning. Donovan is also in for a few surprises from R.T., and even finds himself siding with the man. R.T. has a good reason for not supporting the suffrage movement and Libby refuses to back down, even if it means losing Donovan. Though he says he's not the marrying kind, something about Libby touches Donovan in a way that no other woman has. But what sacrifices will he be willing to make to be with her?Sharon Ihle is a marvelous author! Her writing just keeps getting better and better! Once again, Ms. Ihle dazzles us with her wonderful characters! The Marrying Kind is a joy to read! Take one feisty heroine, a charming hero, some witty humor and a lot of romance and the end result will be a book by Sharon Ihle!Kristina Wright -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description HarperMonogram, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0061083992
Book Description HarperMonogram, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-002-29-3406003
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