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The Sophisticated Mountain Gal

by John Bramsch

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In costume Crissy Brant was transformed into Tulip Bloom, the saucy mountain girl who could turn a local folk tale into an unforgettable memory...and captivate toy manufacturer James Prince III in an instant. One moment she was regaling the crowd with a funny story about her Ozark kin, the next she had tumbled laughing into his lap. James fell for the backwoods charmer, but he grew to love the true Chrissy, a sophisticate as well as country girl. Chrissy became a will-o'-the-wisp when he tried to court her, but secretly longed to be his beloved. They both were ornery cusses whose suspicion and stubborness set them to feudin'-a fight only love could win!
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