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Everyone deserves a second chance. After the death of his best friend in the Battle of Atlanta, Tanner Burnett walked away from the civil war. Now, 10 years later, he runs with the Sam Bass gang, trying to escape the memories of that horrible battle. But when a stagecoach robbery goes bad, he rescues injured Elizabeth Anderson, wanting only to get her to a doctor and rejoin his gang. But the injured beauty needs a nurse, and Tanner is unprepared for the way Beth soothes his wounded heart and heals his spirit...until he takes her to Fort Worth, Texas, and learns she's his brother's mail order bride.

Other historical romances by Sylvia McDaniel:

The Burnett Brides:

  • Rancher Takes a Bride
  • Outlaw Takes a Bride
  • The Marshal Takes a Bride
  • The Christmas Bride

The Cuvier Women:

  • Wronged
  • Betrayed
  • Beguiled
  • A Hero's Heart

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  • 07-01-2016

A sweet story about the old West

I enjoyed this—even though—or maybe because of—it was way out of my normal comfortable reading zone. In fact I'd never read a Western romance before. I'm usually into mysteries and thrillers. This was such a sweet story, and I'm hoping there's a to-be-continued yet to come. The characters were so well developed that I want to find out what happens next with them!

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