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Sweetbriar (Paperback)

Author:  Jude Deveraux
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0671743821
ISBN-13: 9780671743826
Sku: 30110593
Publish Date: 5/1/1996
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 1T
Pages:  352
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In a few terrifying moments, her life was changed forever.

Linnet plunged into the Kentucky wilderness, leaving behind the remnants of her life in London. But a savage Indian attack on the wagon train wiped out her fellow travelers, and left her alone in a harsh land...at the mercy of a fierce Shawnee tribe.

When a handsome young brave claimed her, in perfect English, as his own, Linnet knew she was safe. Until the jealousy of his powerful chief forced them to flee on a hazardous journey, fraught with peril and treachery...a journey that threatened both their lives, and their very special love!

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After the fellow travelers in Linnet's wagon train are massacred during an Indian attack, she is forced to rely on the rugged trapper, Devon Macalister, in order to survive in the wilderness. Reissue.After the fellow travelers in Linnet's wagon train are massacred during an Indian attack, she is forced to rely on the rugged trapper, Devon Macalister, in order to survive in the wilderness. Reissue.New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux?s timeless historical romance set in the Kentucky wilderness featuring a woman who?s life was changed forever in a few terrifying moments.

Linnet plunged into the Kentucky wilderness, leaving behind the remnants of her life in London. But a savage Indian attack on the wagon train wiped out her fellow travelers, and left her alone in a harsh land...at the mercy of a fierce Shawnee tribe. | |When a handsome young brave claimed her, in perfect English, as his own, Linnet knew she was safe. Until the jealousy of his powerful chief forced them to flee on a hazardous journey, fraught with peril and treachery...a journey that threatened both their lives, and their very special love.

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Linnet Tyler is rescued from her Indian captors by the dashing young Devon Macalister, a man who never expected to fall in love with her.
Author Bio
Jude Deveraux
Jude Deveraux was in her sixth year as a fifth-grade teacher when her first book was accepted by a publisher--only 27 days after she had submitted the manuscript--for an advance of $7,500, close to her annual salary at the time of $9,600. The next day she quit her job and devoted her full-time energies to writing. After spending her first years as a writer living in a trailer, Deveraux was finally able to move into a large house in Sante Fe with such amenities as five fireplaces and a bidet in her bedroom. Known mostly for her historical romances, Deveraux's most popular novels feature the Taggert and Montgomery clans.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0352
Product attributePublisher:   Pocket Books
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