Seven Brides #1
On Sale: June 1, 1996
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George Randolph, the oldest brother and patriarch of the
family, needs someone to wash, cook, and clean for the
brothers on their Texas ranch. Rose Thornton accepts that
job. She arrives at the homestead to find six men ranging
in ages from six to twenty-four years old. The house looks
like it hasn't been cleaned in years, the clothes
practically stand up and beg to be washed, and everything
in the kitchen is black with soot and grease. She soon
discovers she's in the midst of a truly dysfunctional
family. The brothers don't seem to like anybody, and that
includes each other. They don't much like Rose, either.
Once they learn her father was an officer in the Union
Army, they vote to send her back to town.
George Randolph was an officer in the Confederate army. He
feels responsible for his family, but wants to rejoin the
army, the only time when his life was ordered and
predictable. Rose sets out to convince George that he's
not only a father figure to his brothers, he really wants
a family of his own. With her. At the same time seeks ways
to repair the fragile bonds that hold this family together.
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