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Shotgun Bride by Linda Lael Miller
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Sep 13, 11

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bookshelves: historical-fiction, romance, western
Read in September, 2011

First line: "Kade McKettrick rode slowly into Indian Rock, that raw and ragged afternoon at the tail end of winter, hat pulled low over his eyes, the collar of his muddy black duster raised in a futile effort to warm his ears."

I did enjoy this book more than the first in the series. Kade appealed to me quite a bit, with his strong, silent demeanor. He did get on my nerves near the end with Miller pulled the trick that always annoys me (the two are madly in love but the hero still completely distrusts her until she almost dies proving she is a good girl). However, I loved Mandy. She is a wonderful female character who is completely capable of taking care of herself and can also embrace her soft, feminine side. She is also unerringly loyal to all of her friends. I think I'll go ahead and take a peek at the last book in the series.

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