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Happily Ever After in the West - Cowan, Debra; Banning, Lynna; Stacy, Judith
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West Texas, 1886 Approaching the stage that would take her to Abilene, Zoe Keeler felt as if she were going to the woodshed. The very idea of having to ask her grandfather for anything irritated her so much that her entire body prickled with a heat that had nothing to do with the warm May morning. The Whirlwind stagecoach waited in front of the stage stand between Pete Carter's saloon and the livery he also owned. She hung back as her younger brother, Zeke, clambered into the coach that would take them to the meeting that already had her stomach tied in knots. The urge to grab her brother and go back home was nearly overwhelming. Instead, she opened her reticule and pulled out the telegram concerning her sisterworn from being read so many times. Dinah's tuition at the Connecticut Asylum for the Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons at Hartford was due in less than a month and it had been increased by fifty dollars. It might as well be five thousand. Zoe sighed. She simply didn't have the money. Or the means to get it, she admitted. Last year's drought had brought hard times to everyone. Many of her friends and acquaintances were having as hard a time as she was making ends meet. Palms clammy, she smoothed down the skirt of her navy serge traveling dress trimmed in white then adjusted her matching navy felt bowler hat. Both had been a Christmas gift from Josie Holt, the seamstress who sometimes employed Zoe. She didn't know why she bothered trying to look smart. Her mother had never measured up in Grandfather Upton's eyes; there was no reason to think Zoe would either. But knowing she wore her best clothes gave her a little bit of confidence. Even so, she'd be a bundle of nerves by the time she faced her mother's father. Zeke was settled. Pete had stowed their one valise and was waiting in the high seat. She moved around the back of the stage and toward the open door. A wooden step had been placed there for assistance in boarding. As she slipped the telegram back into her reticule, a sun-darkened masculine hand appeared to help her inside. "Thanks, Pete." She glanced over, her smile dying as her gaze collided with Quentin Prescott's. His hand tightened on hers as if he could tell she wanted to pull away, which she did. He sat in the wheelchair he'd used for the past seven years, bronzed skin stretched taut over his sharp features. His black hair and mustache were neatly trimmed, his dark eyes sparking with a light she hadn't seen since his injury. Zoe couldn't tear her gaze away. The broad shoulders and muscular arms gave testament to how active he was despite being chair-bound. Neither of them went out of their way to avoid each other in the course of a day, but they kept their distance. What was going on? His gaze held hers, softened. Lands! The last time he had looked at her that way was before his legs had become paralyzed and he had pushed her away as though she was diseased. The flash of uncertainty on his face said Fiction Fiction eBook, Harlequin

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West Texas, 1886 Approaching the stage that would take her to Abilene, Zoe Keeler felt as if she were going to the woodshed. The very idea of having to ask her grandfather for anything irritated her so much that her entire body prickled with a heat that had nothing to do with the warm May morning. The Whirlwind stagecoach waited in front of the stage stand between Pete Carter's saloon and the livery he also owned. She hung back as her younger brother, Zeke, clambered into the coach that would take them to the meeting that already had her stomach tied in knots. The urge to grab her brother and go back home was nearly overwhelming. Instead, she opened her reticule and pulled out the telegram concerning her sisterworn from being read so many times. Dinah's tuition at the Connecticut Asylum for the Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons at Hartford was due in less than a month and it had been increased by fifty dollars. It might as well be five thousand. Zoe sighed. She simply didn't have the money. Or the means to get it, she admitted. Last year's drought had brought hard times to everyone. Many of her friends and acquaintances were having as hard a time as she was making ends meet. Palms clammy, she smoothed down the skirt of her navy serge traveling dress trimmed in white then adjusted her matching navy felt bowler hat. Both had been a Christmas gift from Josie Holt, the seamstress who sometimes employed Zoe. She didn't know why she bothered trying to look smart. Her mother had never measured up in Grandfather Upton's eyes; there was no reason to think Zoe would either. But knowing she wore her best clothes gave her a little bit of confidence. Even so, she'd be a bundle of nerves by the time she faced her mother's father. Zeke was settled. Pete had stowed their one valise and was waiting in the high seat. She moved around the back of the stage and toward the open door. A wooden step had been placed there for assistance in boarding. As she slipped the telegram back into her reticule, a sun-darkened masculine hand appeared to help her inside. "Thanks, Pete." She glanced over, her smile dying as her gaze collided with Quentin Prescott's. His hand tightened on hers as if he could tell she wanted to pull away, which she did. He sat in the wheelchair he'd used for the past seven years, bronzed skin stretched taut over his sharp features. His black hair and mustache were neatly trimmed, his dark eyes sparking with a light she hadn't seen since his injury. Zoe couldn't tear her gaze away. The broad shoulders and muscular arms gave testament to how active he was despite being chair-bound. Neither of them went out of their way to avoid each other in the course of a day, but they kept their distance. What was going on? His gaze held hers, softened. Lands! The last time he had looked at her that way was before his legs had become paralyzed and he had pushed her away as though she was diseased. The flash of uncertainty on his face said Fiction Fiction, Harlequin

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Happily Ever After in the West (Harlequin Historical)

Texas Cinderella: "Knowing she'll never tie the knot herself, Molly Douglas is content organizing other people's ceremonies. Adam Crawford is planning a wedding--for his brother--but Molly makes such an impression, he's seriously thinking about having one himself"--P. (4) of cover.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780373296392
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0373296398
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: HARLEQUIN SALES CORP
283 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,141 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780373296392

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