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Boot Hill Bride (The Quinter Brides #3)

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Howard (Hog) Quinter is hell bent on getting The Majestic, the finest hotel and restaurant west of the Mississippi, open by May 1st. The last thing he needs is interference from his family, but that’s exactly what he gets when Ma Quinter strikes one brisk morning. Sound asleep, Howard rolls over to discover a lovely young woman lying beside him, however, standing at the fo ...more
Kindle Edition, 268 pages
Published May 19th 2010 by The Wild Rose Press (first published March 18th 2010)
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The Quinter Brides continue to face Ma and her shotgun. In Boot Hill Bride it is Hog (Howard Quinter) who faces a shotgun and a preacher when he wakes up in his tent with Randi, an uninvited roommate. Of course, Ma and two of his brothers arrive in time to find them waking up in the same bed. Ma has them married before they have a chance to explain what happened. Randi (Howard’s new bride) comes with some very large baggage. Her father is running for Governor on the Populist Party ticket and he ...more
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Third in the series.

Another interesting beginning. At least this time the groom wasn't clobbered before the wedding but really clothes should be a must.

A good combination of interfering evil father & step mum, an urgent project to be completed, heroine helping where she shines & develops confidence, hero realising how important his unplanned bride is.

Exciting to the end leaving a big smile in my heart.
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Totally LOVED the Quinter family and all the stories about them. Always happy to see a new one come along. These were fun stories to read that moved right along and kept my attention. Pretty entertaining.
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