Wildcat Bride (Paperback) by Lauri Robinson

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    Quinter Brothers Series

    Seeing his long time sweetheart after a long separation, Bug (Brett) Quinter is determined to claim her as his wife. But first he has to wrangle his way out of a New York City jail and travel across the nation on an orphan train. His arrival in Kansas finds his mother and her trusty shotgun are opposed to his wedding plans.

    Even with an illustrious career as an artist, the only thing Eva Robertson has ever wanted is Bug Quinter. She’s as shocked as Bug when Ma Quinter refuses to allow them to marry. Not willing to revert to the meek girl the Quinter's first met, Eva must reveal to the entire clan the wildcat buried deep inside her.

    (Pages 266) Sweet
    Print ISBN: 1-60154-891-5


    “Eva!” His shout rose above the murmur of voices, and hit target. The woman, with a blue green feather sticking out of her hat like a tail on a runaway mustang, twisted around. Her startled face transformed into happiness as her big, brown eyes settled on him. “Eva!” he repeated.

    “Bug? Bug!” She turned to a man beside her, and then spun back around, rushing forward.

    His feet barely touched the floor. The crowded room might as well have been empty, for he saw nothing, heard less, as he crossed the room in record time. They met, and all of a sudden, Bug became as unsure as a chicken trying to fly. She’d changed. With her long, russet-colored hair that held the light brighter than a flame, and her slender, willowy figure, she’d always been pretty. But, here, tonight, dressed in finery and with tiny spirals of hair dangling beneath her lacy hat, she was breathtakingly beautiful. He didn’t know what to do, where to start.

    Eva, however, appeared to know just what to do. She wrapped her arms around him and fell against his chest.

    “Bug Quinter! I am so happy to see you!”

    He folded his arms around her. God, she felt good. Right. A deep sense of homecoming filled his soul. “It’s good to see you, too, Eva girl. Damn good.” His eyelids closed, and he held her tight, wishing his legs and torso had extra arms, so they, too, could wrap around her, for he never, ever, wanted to let her go.


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