|Product Name||The Lovin' Kind|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0803497768|
|Price New||18.98 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||0.01 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||Beth Morgan has never met a man she couldn't love. All her life the Wisconsin beauty has been happily surrounded by beaus. It isn't until she starts down the aisle that she realizes it's the attention she loves and not the actual men. So, Beth does what any self respecting socialite would do. She turns on her heel and runs. Quaid Blair does his friend, Robert Morgan, a big favor and hunts down the runaway bride. He drags the spoiled willful girl home, dumping her ruined wedding dress and all in her father's study. Beth knows in that moment there is one man she will never love and his name is Quaid Blair. But that's the least of her worries. Currently her fiancé and his family are waiting for her in the parlor along with the entire town of Boltonville. Humiliated, she has to get out of town now, even if it means going all the way to Wyoming with none other than Quaid Blair. Quaid agrees to take the spoiled vixen to her brother in Wyoming. He figures it will take one maybe two days on the trail before Beth Morgan caves to the hardship of pioneering and demands to be taken back home. The trip becomes a battle of wills and Quaid learns there is more grit to this stubborn woman than he first thought. Admiration turns to love, but once back in civilization, will this fickle woman go back to gathering beaus? Beth comes to understand the difference between infatuation and true love. But Quaid has seen her at her worst. How could any man forget the spoiled girl she once was?|
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