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Shotgun Grooms

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Now, thanks to their cagey uncle's ironclad will, saloonkeeper Lucas MacIntyre was forced to find himself a bride. So he proposed a chaste businesslike "merger" to Miss Emily Smythe, a uniquely enterprising schoolmarm. But how could he keep them wed in name only when all he wanted to do was bed down with...more
Paperback, Harlequin Historical #575, 298 pages
Published September 2001 by Harlequin (first published October 1st 2000)
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★★★★☆ Two for one. Sweet with a little spice. I really enjoyed these two stories about brothers who must marriage for the sake of an inheritance and find their perfect matches. Both heroines were very likable.

While I’ve read Susan Mallery, knowing she always delivers, I’ve never read Maureen Child; I liked her a lot. I’ll be checking out more of her stories.
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Two brothers, who need to get married but live in the west where there are few women, learn to deal with marriage and the women in their lives after the vows. Funny and endearing.
two stories in one, the first leads to the second. Good stories
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With more than 25 million books sold worldwide, New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is known for creating characters who feel as real as the folks next door, and for putting them into emotional, often funny situations readers recognize from their own lives. Susan’s books have made Booklist’s Top 10 Romances list in four out of five consecutive years. RT Book Reviews says, “When it come...more
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“I think that’s everything,” she said, rising to her feet. “Thank you, Mr. MacIntyre.”

He shook his head. “Lucas. Or the deal is off.”

She pressed her lips together. “All right. Lucas. And I must tell you, I don’t particularly care for you shortening my name. Emily is perfectly fine.”

“I know, Em. I’ll keep that in mind.”
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