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Blushing Bride (Historical, 521) (edition 2000)

by Judith Stacy

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Title:Blushing Bride (Historical, 521)
Authors:Judith Stacy
Info:Harlequin (2000), Paperback, 304 pages
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The last thing Jason Kruger needed was a city woman and her catalog of love!

He ran a lumber camp, not a lonely hearts club. But Amanda Pierce, matchmaker extraordinaire, offered wedded bliss to his crew ...and made him crave a life he never dreamed he'd desire!

How on earth had Amanda found herself at loggerheads with a high timber man wearing a mountain-size attitude? If Jason Kruger hadn't written requesting a mail-order bride, who had? And if he truly didn't want her in his life, why was he trying so hard not to get rid of her?
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