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Shotgun Grooms (Lucas's Convenient Bride/ Jackson's Mail Order Bride)

by Susan Mallery, Maureen Child

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Lucas and his brother Jackson, both carrying emotional scars from the war, have been left in a predicament by their Uncle Simon. In order to receive their inheritance, they must both find a wife.

A "typical" romance in my opinion. Two head strong, above the norm females tackle scarred and distant men in an attempt to find true love. While, not overly original the story-telling was done well enough to keep me from putting the book down.

3/5 stars ( )
  jasmyn9 | Jul 19, 2009 |
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Emily Smythe was more than ready to dance with the devil - if only he weren't so large.
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RIDES OR BANKRUPTCY --
THE MacINTYRE BROTHERS HAD A HELLUVA CHOICE!

Now, thanks to their cagey uncle's ironclad will, saloonkeeper Lucas MacIntyre was forced to find himself a bride. So he proposed a chaste businesslike "merger" to Miss Emily Smythe, a uniquely enterprising schoolmarm. But how could he keep them wed in name only when all he wanted to do was bed down with his bride in her brand-new inn?

And as for his brother...

The fur would fly sure enough when his bear of a brother, Jackson, woke up to find himself hitched to Miss Molly Malone. He'd thought surely she was mistaken. But delirious with fever, he'd unknowingly consummated their marriage. And the Irish firebrand was determined that their union stick "'til death did them part"! Well, now he was guaranteed his inheritance, but what was the miner to do with a wife?
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