Bestselling author Julie Garwood's classic love story is filled with "the humor, the sweetness, and the sensuality" (Publishers Weekly) that have made her "a trusted brand name in romantic fiction" (People). Only her beloved grandmother, Lady Esther, knew how devastated Taylor Stapleton had been... show more
Bestselling author Julie Garwood's classic love story is filled with "the humor, the sweetness, and the sensuality" (Publishers Weekly) that have made her "a trusted brand name in romantic fiction" (People). Only her beloved grandmother, Lady Esther, knew how devastated Taylor Stapleton had been when her fiancé eloped with Taylor's cousin. Now dear Esther -- one of London's richest and most formidable matriarchs -- lies dying. But first she was going to help Taylor pull off the scam of the season. To escape becoming a ward of her unscrupulous uncle, Taylor would wed Lucas Ross, a rugged American rancher. Lady Esther's money would enable Ross to return home to Montana. Taylor had her own urgent reason to go to America...a precious legacy she hadn't revealed to Ross, for they had agreed to part ways once they reached Boston. But as her handsome new husband spoke of life in Montana, Taylor began planning a new future. To Taylor, the wide-open spaces of Montana sounded like paradise....
Publish date: February 1st 1995
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 560
Edition language: English
Lady Taylor Stapleton was devastated when her fiancé eloped with her cousin, but only her grandmother, Lady Esther knew. Now Taylor has to try to escape her unscrupulous uncle who is placed to become her guardian. Taylor is determined to avoid this. She agrees to her grandmothers plan to marry Lu...
Yes, I know the fashion isn’t right for 1868, but these twins are just too adorable to not post!
The book wasn't bad, it was a nice relaxing story with a great end.
I'm listening to audiobook. I also have the paperback.Even though the audiobook sound is very dated, the narrator did a great job. I was hooked pretty much from the beginning. I started reading this author a couple of years ago and loved some and didn't care for some others. This one was great. ...