The Rascal

The Rascal Grace Crabtree has no need of a man Except Morrow Creek s reprobate saloon keeper Jack Murphy keeps getting in her way She s bewildered as to why she can t stop thinking about his infuriatingly hand

  • Title: The Rascal
  • Author: Lisa Plumley
  • ISBN: 9780263223910
  • Page: 203
  • Format: None
  • Grace Crabtree has no need of a man Except Morrow Creek s reprobate saloon keeper, Jack Murphy, keeps getting in her way She s bewildered as to why she can t stop thinking about his infuriatingly handsome face So Grace will use her feminine charms to reform him once she works out exactly what feminine charms are Jack s determined to find Grace a husband who ll keep herGrace Crabtree has no need of a man Except Morrow Creek s reprobate saloon keeper, Jack Murphy, keeps getting in her way She s bewildered as to why she can t stop thinking about his infuriatingly handsome face So Grace will use her feminine charms to reform him once she works out exactly what feminine charms are Jack s determined to find Grace a husband who ll keep her under control But looking around the town, no man seems quite worthy of this spiky, tempting, glorious woman So maybe he ll just have to settle her hash himself

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    • Meril says:

      Western romantic "comedy"--however, for me, making fun of early feminists != funny

    • Elizabeth Whitehead says:

      I received this book as part of First Reads contests. I enjoy reading historical fiction. This was a good quick read. I enjoyed the book and although it didn't have as much history in it as I like, it was a fun read. A little predictable but I liked the matchmaking in it by the father, that was unexpected. If you aren't looking for something in depth to read this is a great end of summer, afternoon on the beach read.

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