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In a dazzling new trilogy from Millie Criswell, three sisters from frontier Kansas—wild Heather, sweet Laurel, and prim Rose—will steal your heart away with love and laughter. In each delightful book, their homespun values have them clashing with heroes who need to learn that these pretty women are their equals anywhere: down on the farm, in the glittering city, or on the battlefield of romance. And now the fun begins with...

Wild Heather

Her head spinning with dreams, Heather came to San Francisco to become a famous illustrator. Instead, the job she landed was governess to the solemn-eyed, motherless son and daughter of newspaper magnate Brandon Montgomery. The irrepressible farm girl was turning their elegant Nob Hill mansion topsy-turvy with her exuberance and opening two little hearts to joy. But it was embittered Brandon, engaged to a spoiled, snobbish young woman, who needed Heather's magic the most. And it was carefree Heather, suddenly swept up by stormy new feelings, who suddenly knew what she had to have—his unbound, undying love. ( )
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Heather Martin moves to San Francisco to become a newspaper illustrator, but this is considered ""man's work"" in the 1830s so Heather finds work as a nanny for an arrogant newspaper owner she despises--until passion takes over.

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