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by Julie Garwood

eBook The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose / One White Rose / One Red Rose (3 Books in 1) epub
  • ISBN: 067102177X
  • Author: Julie Garwood
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (August 1, 1998)
  • ePUB size: 1174 kb
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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.

Dueling book cover. ay the best design win! . ay the best design win! Start Voting. Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not; it is the first lesson that ought to be learned; and however early a man's training begins, it is probably the last lesson that he learns thoroughly.

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.

First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificent New York Times bestseller For the Roses, the Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana, have been embraced by millions more through this trio of #1 bestselling novels. Now collected in one volume for the first time, these stories tell of three spirited brothers -- once a mismatched gang of street urchins -- who learn that love flourishes in the most unexpected places.... One Pink Rose Headstrong Travis takes a journey that opens his eyes to the splendor of his beloved West -- and his heart to Bostonian Emily Finnegan. One White Rose Steady, quiet Douglas will do anything to protect a creature in need -- and that includes the strong-willed Isabel Grant. One Red Rose Thoughtful Adam learns a powerful secret from the irrepressible Genevieve Delacroix -- that true freedom only comes when you trust your heart.
Comments: (7)
Andromajurus
Clayborne Brides by Julie Garwood spins the individual stories of three spirited Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana -- once a mismatched gang of street urchins -- in a trio of special novels that begins with One Pink Rose. Travis Clayborne may be the youngest of the Clayborne brothers, but he's most definitely his own man. Unless it means saying no to his beloved Mama Rose. And that's why Travis is escorting young Bostonian Emily Finnegan to Golden Crest, Montana -- where she'll discover what awaits her as a mail-order bride. Emily has made it perfectly clear that she's taken charge of her destiny and nothing is going to interfere. Falling in love with the perfect stranger isn't part of her plan, but the journey with Travis across this beautiful, rugged land opens her eyes...and her heart. Perhaps her destiny isn't exactly as she imagined.

In One White Rose -- Douglas Clayborne will never turn his back on anyone in need, and everyone in Blue Belle knows it. Time and again, his intolerance of cruelty of any kind has made him a champion of the defenseless...but his quiet strength faces its ultimate battle when he meets Isabel Grant. He arrives at her ranch to pick up the magnificent Arabian stallion he's purchased, but he cannot leave the vulnerable woman behind when he discovers the danger that threatens her. Convincing the stubborn, strong-willed beauty that she needs him is another matter. Douglas can stop the men from stealing her ranch and her horses, but he cannot stop Isabel Grant from stealing his heart.

In One Red Rose -- Adam Clayborne has always put great stock in the power of books. 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. Also a former slave, Genevieve shares his dream of seeing the world, but she arrives to find Adam unfailingly polite and just as distant. Undaunted, Genevieve determines to teach Adam what he'll never learn from a book. That true freedom only comes when you open your heart.

Be sure to read For the Roses first.
Sironynyr
One Pink Rose
As a favor to Mama Rose,Travis is to escort mail-order bride, Emily, to her unknown groom. I love traveling romances. They can't get away from each other, no matter what they do and the time together invariably forces a fast intimacy. The chemistry between Travis and Emily was great, and though we didn't get to see much of the rest of the family in this one, we did meet some new characters that were just as good.
One White Rose
Douglas goes to pick up a horse he bought and finds widow Isabel alone, ready to give birth and in dire need of help. Isabel and Douglas were great together and I especially enjoyed the interaction between Douglas and Isabel's newborn son, Parker. Douglas's internal dialogue regarding his feelings toward Isabel's departed husband was also interesting and comical at times. By the end of the story my patience with Douglas was wearing thin, but the ending was great and I felt he redeemed himself.
One Red Rose
There was mention at the end of For the Roses of Mama Rose bringing a bride home for Adam, but there was a delay and it took Genevieve all this while to finally show up, and even then she brought trouble with her. Genevieve took quiet, reserved Adam and led him on an adventure from the very beginning, though he was unwilling to participate at first, and she didn't much care for him coming along. It was interesting to see more of Adam, who is normally so quiet and kept more in the background. The mystery with Marshal Ryan and the golden compass continues, and hopefully it will be put to rest in the following book, as part of Cole's story.
I look forward to reading the last book in this series, Come the Spring, about the last and my most favorite Clayborne brother, Cole.
Anicasalar
JULIE GARWOOD IS A PURE MASTER AT STORY PLOTS. SHE WILL TWIST AND TURN, MAKE YOU LAUGH OUT LOUD, OR TEAR UP, YOU WILL REALLY LOVE THE CHARACTERS AND WHEN YOU ARE DONE WITH THE BOOK, YOU WILL BACK UP AND RE-READ A FEW CHAPTERS BECASUE YOU WON'T WANT TO LET GO OF THE CHARACTERS. IN HER "ROSES" SERIES, THE VERY BEST PART IS YOU KEEP GETTING TO RECONNECTING WITH THE PEOPLE YOU HAVE LOVED . READ AND ENJOY - YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.
Munigrinn
ONE PINK ROSE: A sweet story of Travis Clayborne finding his Bride. Cut and dried..game over, but told well. Best of the three stories.

ONE WHITE ROSE: Fast paced story told without hooplah. It could've been so much better!!! Second best of the three stories.

ONE RED ROSE: Are you frikkin' kiddin' me??? Seriously?? Poor excuse for a plot...Genevieves' character pathetically underdeveloped. Some mystery, little intrigue and if it weren't for the epilogue there'd be absolutely NO romance to this story. Attraction, yes...romance, no! Such a tragic flop!!

Too bad each of these brothers didn't qualify for their own well laid out story in complete book form.
you secret
I first read Julie Garwood's series of books about Highland warriors and enjoyed them immensely! Unfortunately, others I have read haven't lived up to the gifted storytelling exhibited in these books. The Clayborne Brides were a new low and I couldn't even finish the last one. The characters, the story line - everything - was such a disappointment. I didn't pay attention to when they were written, but maybe they were some of her first efforts and that's why the characters were so lacking and the stories not well developed.
Hunaya
After reading Julie Garwood's story of "The Roses" I was pleased with a sense of completion as the "Clayborne Brides" continues the story of the unusual self-made family of Rosehill, Montana as Mary Rose & Harrington (heroine & hero of "The Roses")as well as the 4 brothers and their "mama" I would recommend reading "The Roses" first and Clayborne Brides second. Both have Garwood's humor, suspense, and loving family connections. Of coarse a few good love scenes always make an enjoyable read.
Karg
Love anything Julie Garwood. This is a good set of historical
stories.
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