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Loving a Rebel: The Preacher's Daughters (Glory, Montana Book 1)

by Linda Ford

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From an award-winning author with more than one million books sold, a new series of four heartwarming historical romances about four adopted sisters who find their match. Note: each book can be read as a stand-alone.

Flora Kinsley has always been a red-headed rebel who delights to ride madly across the country. After being orphaned at age four, she has always had an insatiable desire to run. But when her wild riding leads her into trouble, she finds herself lost and stranded in a snowstorm. She takes shelter in the home of a bachelor rancher.

Kade Thomas has lost enough loved ones because of foolish choices and risky behavior. The last thing he needs is to be involved with a wild rebel. But being stranded unchaperoned with Flora for two nights gives her preacher father plenty of reason to insist they marry. Knowing that if he forces Flora into marriage against her wishes, it would make for a miserable situation, he begs for a chance to persuade Flora she wants to marry him.

Will this pair find that love is awaiting them? Or will the truth destroy any chance of love?


Read more books by award-winning author Linda Ford:

Love on the Santa Fe Trail:
Wagon Train Baby
Wagon Train Wedding
Wagon Train Matchmaker
Wagon Train Christmas

Dakota Brides series:
Temporary Bride
Abandoned Bride
Second-Chance Bride
Reluctant Bride

War Brides series:
Lizzie
Maryelle
Irene
Grace

Wild Rose series:
Crane’s Bride
Hannah’s Dream
Chastity’s Angel
Cowboy Bodyguard

Big Sky Country series:
Montana Cowboy’s Baby
Montana Bride by Christmas
Montana Cowboy Daddy
Montana Cowboy Family
Montana Groom of Convenience
Montana Lawman Rescuer

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