The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose / One White Rose / One Red Rose (3 Books In 1)

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The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose / One White Rose / One Red Rose (3 Books In 1)

The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose / One White Rose / One Red Rose (3 Books In 1)

First introduced in Julie Garwood's magnificentNew York Times bestsellerFor the Roses, the Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana, have been embraced by millions more through this trio of #1 bestselling novels. Now collected in one volume for the first time, these stories tell of three spirited brothers -- once a mismatched gang of street urchins -- who learn that love flourishes in the most unexpected places....One Pink Rose Headstrong Travis takes a journey that opens his eyes to the splendor of his beloved West -- and his heart to Bostonian Emily Finnegan.One White Rose Steady, quiet Douglas will do anything to protect a creature in need -- and that includes the strong-willed Isabel Grant.One Red Rose Thoughtful Adam learns a powerful secret from the irrepressible Genevieve Delacroix -- that true freedom only comes when you trust your heart.About the AuthorJulie Garwood is the author of numerousNew York Times bestsellers, includingFire and Ice,Shadow Music,Shadow Dance,Murder List,Killjoy,Mercy,Heartbreaker,Ransom, andCome the Spring. There are more than thirty-six million copies of her books in print.Excerpt. ?Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.One Pink Rose, Chapter 1Rosehill Ranch, Montana Valley1880Travis Clayborne was thinking hard about killing a man.The youngest brother had only just returned home from the southern tip of the territory and planned to stay one night before he resumed his hunt. Thus far, his prey had managed to stay a step ahead of him. He had thought he had him good and trapped near the gorge, but then the elusive devil had vanished into thin air. Travis grudgingly admitted he would have to tip his hat to this stranger who had outwitted him. He might also have to compliment him on his survival skills. Then he'd shoot him.He'd taken to the notion of doing in the culprit right away. The enemy's name was Daniel Ryan, and the sin he'd committed wasn't forgivable by a son'smeasure. Ryan had dared to take advantage of a sweet, innocent, genteel old lady with a heart of gold -- Travis's own Mama Rose to be exact -- and in Travis's heart and mind, killing him was almost too good for him. Now Travis was trying to convince himself that justice would be on his side.That evening he waited until their mother had gone to bed to discuss the atrocity with his brothers. They sat side by side on the porch with their booted feet propped up on the railing, their heads tilted back, and their eyes closed.Harrison, their brother-in-law, joined them a moment after Rose went upstairs. He thought the brothers looked content and was about to tell them so when Travis declared his intentions. Harrison sat down hard in the chair next to Douglas, stretched his long legs out, and then begged to differ with Travis. He said that the law should take care of the thief, and that this person, like every other man and woman in this fair country, was entitled to a trial. If he was proven guilty, he would be sent to prison for his punishment. He shouldn't be murdered in cold blood.None of the Claybornes paid any attention to Harrison's pontificating. He was an attorney by trade, and it was in his nature to argue about every little thing. All of the brothers thought it was kind of sweet the way Harrison believed in justice for everyone. Their little sister's husband was a decent man, but he was from Scotland and, in their minds, naive about the laws in the wilderness. Perhaps in a perfect world the innocent would always be protected and the guilty would always be punished, but they didn't happen to live in a perfect world, now did they? They lived in Montana Territory.Besides, what lawman in his right mind would take the time and trouble to hunt down a garden snake when there were so many deadly rattlers out there just waiting to strike?Harrison refused to bend to the Clayborne way of looking at things. He was appalled by Travis's decision to go after the

Specification of The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose / One White Rose / One Red Rose (3 Books In 1)

AuthorGarwood, Julie
BindingMass Market Paperback
Edition2d ptg.
PublisherPocket Books
Publication Year01-08-1998
Height4.19 inch.
Length0.9 inch.
Width6.75 inch.
Weight0.56 pounds.

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