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Linda Broday

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I'm a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of historical western romance. I live in the Texas Panhandle on land they call the Llano Estacado where the Native Americans and Comancheros once roamed and I can often hear their voices whispering in the wind. History is thick here with the ghosts of the people who settled this land. I love writing western historical romance and can't imagine doing anything else. I love a man in a Stetson and tight pants. Oh man! Those cowboys sure make my heart beat faster. ...more

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Linda Broday I just finished Book #3 of Men of Legend series and I'm currently working on Book #3 of The McClains series. The first two of The McClains came out in…moreI just finished Book #3 of Men of Legend series and I'm currently working on Book #3 of The McClains series. The first two of The McClains came out in 2002 and 2003. The titles are KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS and THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING. I never got to finish that series so now I am. Sourcebooks is reissuing those earlier two and then the brand new Book #3. The third one skips ahead about seventeen years when Marley Rose (the baby Duel won in a poker game) is grown up. She discovers Duel McClain is not her father as she'd always believed. And Marley Rose finds a man who'll make her heart pound. Lots and lots of conflict!(less)
Linda Broday I want complete silence. I let my mind wander. Before I ever place my hands on the keyboard, I visualize the scene I want to write. It comes into my m…moreI want complete silence. I let my mind wander. Before I ever place my hands on the keyboard, I visualize the scene I want to write. It comes into my mind like a movie. I see my characters, I hear them speak, as they act out the scene. Seeing them, hearing them, feeling what they feel inspires me in ways others can't imagine.(less)
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Saving the Mail Order Bride (Outlaw Mail Order Brides, #2) by Linda Broday

The barrel-chested marshal smiled at Lenora. “Sorry that you have to endure this a bit longer, ma’am. He’s little more than a savage animal.” He said that like the outlaw had a case of rabies or something.

Dollard continued in a tone full of righteous contempt. “Why, he’s so mean the rattlesnakes won’t even come near him. I heard his own kin disowned him.”

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A Cowboy of Legend by Linda Broday
"The first book in the Lone Star Legends series a well written western story with a very good storyline. I enjoyed seeing this enemies to lovers story get a happy ending, this is Deacon Brannock and Grace Legend a woman against alcohol after her husba" Read more of this review »
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"This is going to be a great series! I wasn’t sure about a next generation series, but decided it was worth a shot since the original is so good. I am so glad I did. This book moves so quickly you hate to put it down. I love Grace & Brannock. They are" Read more of this review »
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Oh my! What a ride . To see Grace all grown up. A head strong beauty.. And Deacon... My my. What a man. This book has it all. Heartbreak, joy. Danger. Add in orphans and a crazy monkey named Jessie James. Seeing the older Legends a" Read more of this review »
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" You're such a stickler for getting things done right. Much love, warrior buddy. ...more "
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Hi Margarita, thanks for liking Once Upon a Mail Order Bride and I'm glad Ridge and Addie brought you joy. This was the fourth book of that series. If you want to read more about the outlaw town of Hope's Crossing and the people who live there, you c See Full Answer
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A beautiful story of hope and enduring love. I love stories that are unusual and veer from the normal books and this one certainly does. Jag Peters didn't have much of a chance of getting the wild biker babe, Rena Jett, but he saw how broken she was ...more
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" Maida, thank you so much for the kind words. Especially from a talented author like you. I feel very blessed that my stories can bring joy to people a ...more "
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" Jan, thank you so much for reviewing this book. I'm glad you liked Ridge and Addie. Thank you for walking with me on this journey, for reading and let ...more "
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“I can’t figure you out.”
She shrugged. “Not much to figure. Sometimes you make the choices, and sometimes the choices make you.”
“They do for a fact.” He pondered over her surprising answer. It carried so much wisdom. But at least one of her choices had led her down the wrong path.”
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Linda Broday Melissa, thanks for letting me know you're here on Goodreads. It's wonderful to hear from you. I hope you're finding lots of good books to read. This is an amazing site. I'm so glad I jumped on board.

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