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Somewhere along the way

Author: Elaine Coffman
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Gold Medal, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st Ballantine Book edView all editions and formats
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"She was like a flower grown in a walled garden. A perfect lady, Annabella Stewart had had every rebellious impulse carefully cultivated out of her. That is, until she met Ross Mackinnon, wild and free as the wind, blowing a warm and tempting breeze, stirring soft petals to swift desire. Betrothed against her will to a man she despised, Annabella was haunted by the hurricane force of the blue-eyed Texan with the  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elaine Coffman
ISBN: 0449150542 9780449150542
OCLC Number: 40474674
Description: 369 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: Elaine Coffman.

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"She was like a flower grown in a walled garden. A perfect lady, Annabella Stewart had had every rebellious impulse carefully cultivated out of her. That is, until she met Ross Mackinnon, wild and free as the wind, blowing a warm and tempting breeze, stirring soft petals to swift desire. Betrothed against her will to a man she despised, Annabella was haunted by the hurricane force of the blue-eyed Texan with the heart-thundering grin who had come to Scotland to claim his ancestral home. He had a far-flung reputation for hell-raising and heartbreaking. Dazzled by the sheltered young girl with the face of an angel and the body of a dance-hall queen, Ross boldly defied the harsh traditions of the Highlands when he openly declared his love for a woman already spoken for. But life was different in this land of mists and mysteries than on the open prairies ... and Ross would have to confront the wrath of the clans before he could possess this mysterious creature who alone enslaved his will and enflamed his heart."--BOOK COVER.

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