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Wildcat Bride

4.35  ·  Rating Details  ·  17 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Seeing his long time sweetheart after a long separation, Bug (Brett) Quinter is determined to claim her as his wife. But first he has to wrangle his way out of a New York City jail and travel across the nation on an orphan train. His arrival in Kansas finds his mother and her trusty shotgun are opposed to his wedding plans.

Even with an illustrious career as an artist, the
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Published April 1st 2011 by The Wild Rose Press
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Apr 21, 2011 Jo (Mixed Book Bag) rated it really liked it
I have been reading the Quinter Bride series since the first book, Shotgun Bride came out and Wildcat Bride was on the list of books I was looking forward to in 2011. The wait ended this week when I received a free copy of Wildcat Bride from Wild Rose Press.

There has been a different twist to each book in the series and Wildcat Bride is no exception. Unlike the previous Quinter sons and their brides there will be no shotgun wedding for these two.

I first met Bug and Eva in Shotgun Bride and they
Lisa Jo
WILDCAT BRIDE by Lauri Robinson is a great read for fans of western historicals. While it's not ‘wildly' passionate, this 5th installment in the Quinter Brides series is a lovely story.

Bug (Brett) Quinter is shocked and excited to see the love of his life in New York City. Eva Robertson has left the small town in Kansas to finally debut her work as an artist. Their meeting ignites old flames and new feelings, but also reoccurring doubts. He was the man who promised to come back in six months for
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Eva Robertson and Bug Quinter’s young love, so pure and true, has been put on hold for three years. Both Eva and Bug have grown up. Now each fears they have grown apart during the hiatus. Bug has done well in the oil business that he loves and wants to start his own business. During the three years he has been gone from Kansas, Eva has become a world renowned artist with the help of her agent, who sees to her every need, and a lawyer who watches over her business. She is no longer the shy girl l ...more
Apr 07, 2013 June rated it it was amazing
Totally LOVED the Quinter family and all the stories about them. Always happy to see a new one come along. These were fun stories to read that moved right along and kept my attention. Pretty entertaining.
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Lauri Robinson's chosen genre to write is Western historical, and when asked why, she says, "Because I know I wasn't the only girl who wanted to grow up and marry Little Joe Cartwright."

With a degree in early childhood education, Lauri has spent three decades working in the non-profit field for Head Start, Child Abuse Intervention, the March of Dimes, and United Way. She claims the once upon a tim
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