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Gerrity's Bride
Carolyn Davidson
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Gerrity's Bride

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  78 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Emmaline Carruthers Shed More Than Her Clothes Under the Brutal Western Sun...

Her "citified" ways went next, along with her plans for a quiet, dignified life. Instead, she found herself bound to a hotheaded cowboy in a most inconvenient marriage!

Ranch foreman Matthew Gerrity was used to having things go his way. So why was he having so much trouble getting his Eastern beau
Published July 1st 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s (first published 1995)
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An easy going romantic read, interesting plot twist that the two step siblings are getting married to raise their own step sister; the baddy plot is pretty silly
Delicious Strawberry
For an Harlequin novel, this book pretty much fit the bill. However, two things bothered me. First was Emma's father's codicil that she had to marry her stepbrother AND have a baby with him - I am sorry, but what kind of will is that? It's a terrible one, and for a man who was supposed to have loved his daughter so much, he passed this requirement! Feh. I mean, even though they were not blood-related, they still shared the same half-sister who stood to gain the entire property if the will was no ...more
Oct 08, 2014 Linda rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone over 18 that loves romance
A sweet Historical Western with just a bit of heat! I have read most of all of Ms. Davidson's book and have enjoyed them.
While I enjoyed reading this, it was one of those novels where the main couple butted heads all the time. It was easy and interesting to watch the two fall in love, and I often found myself laughing. The characters were filled with personality and fire, and I always love a romance novel with some drama. Other than the constant fighting, I can find nothing negative to say about this novel.
Kc Cooper
It was OK. Pretty predictable. The kind of book I would loan to a friend but not necessarily tell them to buy.

I enjoyed this romance novel very much.
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Carolyn Davidson began writing in 1986, knowing absolutely nothing about the craft. Her first three books were rejected by Harlequin.

She met Dixie Browning at a Harlequin dinner in Charleston, South Carolina, and told Dixie she was writing, but that she feared she was too old to begin such an undertaking. Dixie's response spurred Carolyn to pursue her dream. Dixie said, in her own inimitable fashi
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