Books by Linda Broday

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The Outlaw's Mail Order Bride

Ex-outlaw Clay Colby is having a bad week, one he hopes the arrival of his new mail-order bride will help improve. Fighting with Montana Black over the development of the town of Devil’s Crossing is just one of the reasons why he’s having a hard time of it. Black has resisted Colby’s building ...

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Redemption

At her best, Linda Broday has a way with words and creates an unforgettable atmosphere. In her latest historical, even though the opening line and closing line are both wonderful, the story that lies between them is sadly uneven. Further, while Redemption does have some good moments, the story of ...

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The Cowboy Who Came Calling

The Cowboy Who Came Calling might have worked for me had the hero and heroine spent more time talking rather than arguing and snipping at each other, then mentally wondering about the other's thoughts and feelings. They both drove me absolutely nuts. Glory Marie Day has a large responsibility ...

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Knight on the Texas Plains

Sometimes a book comes along that takes a standard formula and polishes it up well. Knight on the Texas Plains is like that: in spite of several flaws, it's a nice, well-crafted marriage-of-convenience story. A man stakes his infant daughter at a poker game. Duel McClain is a world-weary drifter ...