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Delaney's Crossing (Crossing #1)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Womanizing Cooper J. Delaney is Agatha Pennington's only hope to help lead a group of destitute women to Oregon, where the promise of a new life awaits them. Tricked by Agatha into leading the women, at first Delaney can't wait to get away. But as the group battles rainstorms, renegade Indians, and raging rivers, Agatha's tenacity never wavers. And with each passing mile, ...more
Paperback, 362 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Leisure Books
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Opening Line: “The twenty-two women gathered around the open grave tried not to look confused and frightened.”

This was a pretty good historical romance once I replaced the mulleted dude from the cover with the guy from Hell On Wheels as my hero. Anyways,(Anson Mount) kept me entertained with the trials and tribulations of life as a settler on the passage west. All the expected elements are here: a plucky virgin heroine, a hero with a dark tortured past, distrust and animosity then lust and love
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This book wasn't....bad. The little girl in this book is the heroine in the 3rd book (and she was horrible in that book, which I read first. So it made me not like her in this story). I am trying to figure out how this book could have been better for me.... The heroine came off as a cold, spinster-type, but I didn't think the reasonings explained were enough for her to act that way. It made her argue too often with the hero. I thought it was silly that the suspicious sabotage actions happening w ...more
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Jean Barrett is the pseudonym of Bob Rogers. Don't ask him how it happened, because he has no idea how he ended up teaching fourth graders for more years than he cares to say. It wasn't supposed to happen that way. He'd known from a tender young age that what he was meant to be was a successful writer. The problem was that the muse in charge of her talent didn't seem to know that. It turned out al ...more
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