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From bestselling author Ana Leigh comes the first in a dazzling new series, as the rugged Fraser men find love and passion in the Wild West.
When Yankee beauty Rebecca Elliot discovers that single women aren't allowed on the wagon train bound for California, she takes desperate measures. Spying handsome Clay Fraser, she puts her flirty plan into action and wakes, the next morning, with a wedding band on her finger.
Clay Fraser, a former Confederate soldier, is horrified to discover that he somehow got married last night -- and worse, to a Yankee. Worst of all, his new wife refuses to share his bed! Sparks fly and attraction burns as the wagon train heads west, but it will take a love as expansive as the Western sky to show Rebecca and Clay how to claim the passionate new life that is their destiny....
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Ana Leigh has received a Romantic Times Award for Historical
Storyteller of the Year and a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award
for Western Romance. She is the author of many successful Western romances,
including His Boots Under Her Bed, The Lawman Said "I Do," and
The Frasers: Clay. She and her husband live in Grafton, Wisconsin.
"Writing romances is one of my greatest joys. To me, success is spending time
with my family and being able to write the books I love -- historical romances
with larger-than-life men who helped settle the West and the strong women who
stood right by their sides. I hope you love my Frasers as much as I do!"
Visit Ana Leigh's website at www.eclectics.com/analeigh.From Booklist:
Rebecca needs to get to California, but she can't join the wagon train unless she is married, so she begins a hasty search. After all, she is a widow, not some fragile miss, and she figures she can keep her man at bay until the end of the trail and then get an annulment. The selection criteria rapidly narrow down to who's clean and who's not, and she latches onto the Fraser brothers, Clay and Garth. Garth is warm and charming, so Rebecca immediately rejects him: he'd be too hard to leave. Instead, she picks Clay, gets him drunk, and makes him think that they've slept together. A southern man of honor, he marries the sneaky Yankee, but he takes their union seriously, fully intending to consummate it. Their marital battles are soon overshadowed by the hardships of overland travel, however, as Leigh paints a vivid picture of life on the Oregon Trail and of a people still not healed from the Civil War. A must-have, soon to be followed by The Frasers: Garth. Shelley Mosley
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Book Description Pocket Star, 2004. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0743469941
Book Description Pocket Star, 2004. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110743469941