Books by Julie Garwood

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The Lion's Lady

Do you believe in destiny? Christina Bennett, the heroine of Julie Garwood's The Lion's Lady, believes in destiny. As a young child, Christina became a member of the Dakota tribe of Native Americans after her English mother was murdered while trying to escape her malicious father ...

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Guardian Angel

If there was ever a time when a Regency James Bond (aka the Marquess of Cainewood) was put to shame by anyone (and a woman yet), it's in the delightful Julie Garwood comedy of Jade and Caine. Sent by Caine's brother to protect him from murderers, Jade's mission is to become Caine's guardian angel ...

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Castles

Castles is Julie Garwood at her best. It is witty, sexy, romantic, and has enough danger to keep things moving quickly. In fact, the only thing I don't love about this book is that I finished it too quickly. But that's alright too, because I've read it over and over and over again since first readin ...

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The Wedding

Fans of Julie Garwood - relax; you can let out your breath and rest easy. While The Wedding is perhaps not her finest release, is better than you feared. The misstep taken by Ms. Garwood in her disappointing For the Roses was not the start of a downward trend - it was just a one-time goof. The Weddi ...