Part of Claybornes' Brides series by Julie Garwood. I’d go up to Golden Crest by myself too if I knew the way. The hotel proprietor told me I needed a guide, and so I’ve been looking for one.
Part of Claybornes' Brides series by Julie Garwood. Then you offered your services. You are going to escort me, aren’t you?
Harrison refused to bend to the Clayborne way of looking at things
As charming as For the Roses, as sweet and funny and sensual as anything Ms. Garwood has written. A must-have book if you love the Claybornes. Vintage Garwood, funny and tender, familiar yet new. -BookPage. Charming and heartwarming. Garwood has a gift for sending our hearts soaring. Harrison refused to bend to the Clayborne way of looking at things. He was appalled by Travis’s decision to go after the culprit who had robbed their mother; he reminded Travis that he had a duty as a future attorney to behave with honor.
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First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent "New York Times" bestseller "For the Roses," the Clayborne brothers have been embraced by millions worldwide
First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent "New York Times" bestseller "For the Roses," the Clayborne brothers have been embraced by millions worldwide. Now the individual stories of these three spirited brothers - once a mismatched gang of street urchins - are told in a trio of special novels, presented here in one special audiobook.
First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent New York Times bestseller . Book in the Claybornes' Brides Rose Hill Series).
First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent New York Times bestseller For the Roses, which inspired th. . Escaped slave and confirmed bachelor Adam Clayborne finds his convictions faltering when Mam Rose summons irresistible former slave Genevieve Delacrois to Montana, where the beautiful young woman teaches Adam the meaning of true freedom. Format:Mass Market Paperback.
One Pink Rose, Chapter 1. Rosehill Ranch, Montana Valley 1880. In One Red Rose - Adam Clayborne has always put great stock in the power of books. Travis Clayborne was thinking hard about killing a man. The youngest brother had only just returned home from the southern tip of the territory and planned to stay one night before he resumed his hunt. As an escaped slave and a wanted man, reading has been his only ticket to the wonders of distant lands. Adam is content with his life as a confirmed bachelor, which is why his Mama Rose has summoned the irresistible Genevieve Delacroix to Montana.
Mama Rose chose it for me, didn't she? That makes it lucky. Miss Finnegan was dressed to perfection from head to toe in white linen. He assumed she hadn't had time to change out of her Sunday best church clothes. Then he remembered it was Thursday. You're as superstitious as the folks in Pritchard," he muttered. Travis, do you think you'll have trouble with this Miss Emily?" "No," he answered. I'm not superstitious, and I don't believe half of what they're saying about her either.
Steady, quiet Douglas will do anything to protect a creature in need - and that includes the strong-willed Isabel Grant. Thoughtful Adam learns a powerful secret from the irrepressible Genevieve Delacroix - that true freedom only comes when you trust your heart.