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Straight for the Heart by Vickie McDonough
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Straight for the Heart

by Vickie McDonough

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Orphaned and destitute, Sarah Oakley hopes to find a home with her uncle. But when she learns he's an outlaw, she and her siblings flee, taking his bag of loot. Sarah takes the gold into town alone, hoping to claim the reward. Instead, she's thrown in jail. Her only hope for release is to marry a man she doesn't know. Quinn McFarland never expected to marry - and then his grandma sent for a mail-order bride. When the bride doesn't show, he's relieved but fears Grandma will order another one. Quinn balks at the sheriff's suggestion to just marry the gal in his jail so he can drop the charges against her. But she looks so sweet and innocent that Quinn reconsiders. Maybe this marriage can resolve Quinn's and Sarah's predicaments, but can it ever result in true love?
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P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; TEXT-INDENT: 0.5in; mso-pagination: none"Orphaned and destitute, Sarah hopes to find a home with her uncle. But when she learns he's an outlaw, she and her siblings flee, taking his bag of loot. Sarah takes the gold into town alone, hoping for reward. Instead, she's thrown in jail. Her only hope for release is to marry a man she doesn't know./ P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; TEXT-INDENT: 0.5in; mso-pagination: none"Quinn balks at the sheriff's suggestion to marry the gal in his jail so he can drop the charges against her. But she looks so sweet and innocent that Quinn reconsiders. / P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; TEXT-INDENT: 0.5in; mso-pagination: none"Maybe this marriage can resolve Quinn's and Sarah's predicaments, but can it ever result in true love'/… (more)

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