Seven Brides #2
On Sale: July 1, 1998
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Fern Sproull, a young, swaggering opinionated ruffian,
dressing and behaving like a cowboy, is determined Hen
Randolph will hang for killing her cousin. She's equally
determined that a fancy lawyer named Madison Randolph
isn't going to get his brother off. Fern has spent the
last eight years of her life outriding, out shooting, and
out cussing every man in her path, and she's not about to
let the man who murdered her cousin get off just because
he's one of the Texas Randolphs. But how is she going to
know what tricks Madison gets up to unless she follows him
Madison Randolph, the brother who abandoned his younger
orphaned siblings to go to Harvard during the Civil War,
has come to Abilene, Kansas to defend his brother against
a murder charge. There's not much love lost between
Madison and his family, but he's certain Hen isn't a
murderer and he doesn't mean to let him hang. The fact
that an obnoxious female who dresses like a man and acts
even worse intends to stop him only encourages him to
prove he's the very best at what he does. The suave,
sophisticated Madison is appalled, first to discover that
under all that dirt and bluster is a woman, and secondly,
that he's intrigued by her. But Madison soon discovers the
female isn't so obnoxious after all and that the ties of
blood can never be broken.
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