The Horseman's Bride

The Horseman's Bride A WANTED MANNot Even A Remote Colorado Ranch Can Shelter Jace Denby While He S On The Run He Voluntarily Took The Blame For His Brother In Law S Murder, But One Danger This Fugitive Doesn T See Coming Is Impulsive Clara Seavers With The Law On His Back He Must Leave, Though Her Beauty And Fierce Courage Entice Him To Stay Clara Doesn T Trust This Hired Farmhand, But She Can T Deny The Rugged, Unexpectedly Caring Man Ignites Her Spirit And Heart The Jace Fights Their Mounting Passion, The She Ll Risk To Make Him Hers Forever

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  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • The Horseman's Bride
  • Elizabeth Lane
  • English
  • 21 July 2017
  • 9780373295838

10 thoughts on “The Horseman's Bride

  1. says:

    Clara Seavers s Grandmother Mary has temporarily hired a new worker named Tanner to help her out on her ranch Grandma lives alone on the ranch next to the Seavers ranch At first Clara is worried about having a stranger on the ranch with Mary, but when Tanner comes to their rescue one day when two dirty, lecherous men show up at Mary s ranch and hold Clara and Mary at gunpoint Clara realizes the value of having him around Tanner also has a magnificent looking stallion that Clara is interested in breeding with her mares As they get to know each other a little better they become attracted to each other But Tanner has secrets of his own and he isn t planning on staying at the ranch long.This was a highly enjoyable read The book had some happy moments, and some sad moments I liked the heroine Clara She was strong, brave, and spirited Clara always wanted to breed and train horses and loved working on her family s ranch I also liked Tanner whose real name was Jace Denby He used to work as a field geologist, was an engineer, and he would have liked a future in politics but he voluntarily took the blame for his brother in law s murder and he has been on the run as a wanted man ever since The other characters in the book were interesting and likable, especially Clara s Grandmother Mary I liked the time period era of the book, 1919, and I liked how the families were close and cared about each other.A lovely western historical romance.

  2. says:

    note to self linked with The Borrowed Bride and His Subsitute BrideJace Derby is a man on the run from the law He stops when he thinks it is safe and takes on odd jobs before disappearing again, usually late at night Mary Gustavson hires him to help out on her ranch Clara Seavers is shocked after learning that her grandmother has hired a man she knows nothing about The fool fixed a part of the fence that has been down for years and pracitically killed her and her horse by doing so It was only skill that kept them from running full force into the wire fence She was spitting mad at the hunk until she saw his horse then all she could think of was using the prime flesh on her mares and having the best foal s next season Hopefully the stallion would get her mare s heart pounding as much as his owner, if he really owns him, makes her pulse flutter.Jace is totally enchanted by the vibrant and fiesty granddaughter but he knows he can t stay long Fate is cruel to finally show him a woman he could see spending the rest of his life with but he is to honorable to drag her into his life Leaving Mary s ranch will be the hardest thing he will ever have to do Excellent reead and so much happens like Uncle Quint and his wife come for a visit Those who have read the other books will know that this is major especially since there is a big family secret involving all of them.

  3. says:

    This one is a spin off of the Seavers Brides series Again, I liked the 1st one but not the sequel nor the spin off.At the beggining, we learn that Quint and Annie were not blessed with children It seemed sad but at the end, Quint and Annie were to finally be parents Then Clara discovered the secret of her parentage but even at the end, Clara didn t reveal what she learned I liked her at the beginning She was wary of Jace, like any cautious girl must be of stranger Then they get to know each other and fall in love.

  4. says:

    It s got some good things going for it but overall it s so mediocre it hurts

  5. says:

    The only thing I thought was interesting about this book was the way the author wove the new technologies cars and telephones into a modern 1919 western story She showed that folks weren t totally sold on cars but telephones filled a need that outlying areas could appreciate immediately.Let me give you an example of why I think this novel is so awful But what he and Clara had done had been an act of love, he argued with himself To turn her away when she d begged him to fulfill her would have been cruel What tripe.I cannot imagine a 19 year old girl asking a 29 year old man to take her to bed in 1919 The story did not engage me I skimmed the last half of the book, just so I could say I finished it.

  6. says:

    Seems like a fairly mediocre read The langauge is trite and doesn t really capture the period at all Wooden characters don t help I can t help but find Clara a pain Ending was trite and the whole story was just not that good.

  7. says:

    one of the better romance novel s I had, but in comparison to some other books I read this yearjust okay.Mildly complex character, basic but compelling plot, fun but unoriginal setting More bad things happened than I had expected.

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