Silver Springs [Meadowlark Trilogy Book 2] [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Carolyn Lampman
eBook Category: Romance/Historical Fiction Fallen Angel Reviews Recommended Read
eBook Description: Though Alexis and Angelica Brady are identical twins, they are complete opposites. Angel is strong-willed and stubborn where Alexis is meek and easily intimidated. Still, the bond between them is unbreakable, and when Alexis begs for her sister's help in avoiding an arranged marriage, Angel reluctantly agrees to switch places and drive the unwanted suitor away. Disguised as the straitlaced Alexis, Angel is shocked to discover the prospective bridegroom is none other than Ox Bruford, the only male who has ever touched her heart. A man is the last thing Angel wants in her life. Her independence was too hard won to give up for something as frivolous as love, but the more she tries to push Ox away, the more she yearns for his touch. Loving Ox would mean revealing her identity...and her heart.
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, Published: WHISKEY CREEK PRESS, 2005
Fictionwise Release Date: May 2005
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Wyoming Territory 1872
"There's a gentleman wants to see you, Angel." The bartender glared toward the back of the casino. "I put him in your office."
Angel was surprised. Sam rarely disapproved of anyone. "Who is it?"
"Said his name was Goff."
"Never heard of him. What does he want?"
"I don't know. Said he'd only talk to the owner of The Green Garter." Sam eyes narrowed. "Want me to throw him out?"
Angel raised an eyebrow. "Don't you think I should find out what he wants first?"
"Maybe. I ain't so sure I'd want to know."
Angel could hardly wait to meet this Mr. Goff and see for herself what had ruffled the taciturn Sam's feathers. "Don't worry, Sam. If he needs to be bounced out of here, I'll be sure to let you know."
"Can't wait," Sam muttered.
"By the way, Sam," Angel said as she headed toward the back, "will you tell Peg I want to see her when Mr. Goff leaves?"
"Why, she done something wrong?"
"Nothing for you to worry about. Just send her in."