The Frasers-Clay

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Simon and Schuster, 01.05.2004 - 336 Seiten
From bestselling author Ana Leigh comes the first in a dazzling new series, as the rugged Fraser men find love and passion in the Wild West.
When Yankee beauty Rebecca Elliot discovers that single women aren't allowed on the wagon train bound for California, she takes desperate measures. Spying handsome Clay Fraser, she puts her flirty plan into action and wakes, the next morning, with a wedding band on her finger.
Clay Fraser, a former Confederate soldier, is horrified to discover that he somehow got married last night -- and worse, to a Yankee. Worst of all, his new wife refuses to share his bed! Sparks fly and attraction burns as the wagon train heads west, but it will take a love as expansive as the Western sky to show Rebecca and Clay how to claim the passionate new life that is their destiny....

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A story of western history of traveling by covered wagons and the dangers and extreme tragedy involved. Morals and values remain and the experience of reaching your final destination to create a new life and beginning is satisfying. Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
15
Chapter Three
27
Chapter Four
39
Chapter Five
51
Chapter Six
66
Chapter Seven
79
Chapter Eight
91
Chapter Fifteen
180
Chapter Sixteen
188
Chapter Seventeen
199
Chapter Eighteen
212
Chapter Nineteen
226
Chapter Twenty
235
Chapter TwentyOne
243
Chapter TwentyTwo
255

Chapter Nine
106
Chapter Ten
117
Chapter Eleven
131
Chapter Twelve
143
Chapter Thirteen
155
Chapter Fourteen
169
Chapter TwentyThree
269
Chapter TwentyFour
282
Chapter TwentyFive
298
Chapter TwentySix
310
Chapter TwentySeven
320
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Über den Autor (2004)

Ana Leigh has received a Romantic Times Award for Historical
Storyteller of the Year and a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award
for Western Romance. She is the author of many successful Western romances,
including His Boots Under Her Bed, The Lawman Said "I Do," and
The Frasers: Clay. She and her husband live in Grafton, Wisconsin.

"Writing romances is one of my greatest joys. To me, success is spending time
with my family and being able to write the books I love -- historical romances
with larger-than-life men who helped settle the West and the strong women who
stood right by their sides. I hope you love my Frasers as much as I do!"

Visit Ana Leigh's website at www.eclectics.com/analeigh.

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