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The Unforgiving Bride (Hawk's Way #6)

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This was rancher Falcon Whitelaw's favorite phrase. Until he heard himself say, "I do" to widowed mother Mara Ainsworth—a woman who hated his guts and was marrying him only for his medical insurance! No more women, no more sex, no more nothing!

But one look into her sick little daughter's eyes reminded Falcon of who was really suffering. An
Paperback, Mills & Boon Desire #878
Published February 1995 by Mills and Boon (first published September 1994)
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I´ve got only one question: where can I buy a health-care plan that covers any preexistent condition??? Unbelievable!

This was NOT a fun read. You´ve leukemia and alcoholism, mixed up with a lot of guilty feelings around Falcon and Mara. AND I didn´t like the fact that, during her husband´s funeral, he was basically lusting after her and planning how he would approach her after the mourning period. :( He "redeemed" himself later as the story progressed, and that´s the only reason I didn´t end up
This is a "feel good" read. The plot is a little weak, but readable. It is part of a series called, "Hawk's Way." All of the books are basically the same, so if one likes this one, one will like the rest.
3 ½ Stars! ~ Falcon Whitelaw was a rebel and a playboy, the last thing he expected was that he'd suddenly be married and a father. Mara had no choice but to marry Falcon. He was the only one who could help her cover the medical bills for her seriously ill daughter. But Falcon didn't want their marriage to be only of convenience, as both mother and child had quickly found their place in his heart. This is a feel good read!
This one was ok but once again, a real creepy-exploitative way to get them together. Plus the whole killing off the first husband / lusting at the funeral thing ... creepy.
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