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The Major's Wife (Harlequin Historical) Will The Truth Set Them Free Major Seth Parker Knows His Wife, And The Woman Standing Before Him Isn T Her The Manipulative Vixen Who Tricked His Hand In Marriage Could Never Possess Such Innocence Nor Get His Heart Racing Like This Millie St Clair Has Traveled Halfway Across The Country To Pull Off One Of The Greatest Deceptions Ever But With Everything At Stake It Soon Becomes Clear That The Hardest Part Might Be Walking Away From The Major When It S All Over A Delightful Western Humor, Realism And Sweet Emotion RT Book Reviews On Inheriting A Bride


10 thoughts on “The Major's Wife (Harlequin Historical)

  1. says:

    Excellent book with a complicated storyline and some wonderfully portrayed characters Seth was tricked into marriage and left his wife immediately after the wedding five years earlier He has been attempting to get her to sign divorce papers ever since He is then surprised to receive a telegram telling him that she is on her way to Ft Sill to see him He s even surprised when he sees her, because the woman he s looking at isn t his wife, but her younger sister Though he tells her he knows at the beginning, he stops when she works so hard to convince him There s something about Millie that fills a hole he didn t know he had For years Seth has been determined that he would not fall in love or marry He remembers the pain his mother went through when his father and two uncles were killed during the war He doesn t want to put any woman through that kind of misery But being around Millie starts to change him and soon he s wishing she really was his wife He has to keep reminding himself that he s married, and not to her, though it wasn t like that at first I loved the war of wills between them as he trie...


  2. says:

    A very cute love story I normally don t read Harlequin HR very often because I always assume they won t be steamy enough, etc But this story did a great job of showing the H and h falling in love with each other and I could sense the chemistry and build up that led to their first kiss ...


  3. says:

    This was a fun great read It can safely go in my collection, of twice yearly re reads It wraps a human story in the difficulty of western plains history at the end of the civil war It has its own twist, but unique story line A gratifying conclusion to man meets woman Costume malfunction was a parasol, not an umbrella Glad to see the early railroad included and the different sleeping cars It did take a week or to get to Midwest depending ...


  4. says:

    Es uno de los libros m s tontos que he le do ltimamente La mitad del libro me la he pasado pregunt ndome porqu piensan lo que piensan los personajes porque piensan un mont n, dialogo interior, repetitivo y cansino hay para aburrir, lo que no quiere decir que te enteres de algo por lo menos de ella, lo de ella no tiene nombre, as es imposible que te guste un personaje, manipuladora, mentirosa y sin saber muy bien porqu y la otra mitad me la he pasado diciendo Venga ya No me lo puedo creer otra vez.Todo, absolutamente todo el libro exprime la historia de una mentira que casi que se aclara pero no, que casi que se vuelve a aclarar pero no y que casi, casi, casi acaba con mis nervios.Que aburrimiento, de verdad, si es que si borramos las mentiras y los malentendidos no hay historia no avanza, es una y otra y otra vez lo mismo Me ha recordado a las telenovelas de 105...


  5. says:

    Great read I thoroughly enjoyed this book.Millie spent her whole life cowing to her older sister Always doing her bidding Rosemary was a promiscuous woman who found herself compromised by a married man So she snuck into the bed of a cavalry officer, Seth The next day she made a fuss demanding Seth marry her Her father being a General and knowing the truth about his daughter asks Seth to marry Rosemary, promising hike a promotion to Major and a divorce within a year However, the General died before he could make the divorce happen Seth has been trying for four years to rosemary to sign divorce papers without success Then he receives a telegram saying Rosemary was coming to the Fort he was in charge of in the Oklahoma territory But when she arrives it is not Rosemary, but her sister Millie, pretending to be Rosemary Once again Rosemary has used her spoils intimidating was to convince Millie...


  6. says:

    I really liked this story of the look alike sisters who could be told apart by their attitude When Seth is forced into marrying Rosemary, his reward is promotion to Major with a promise of a divorce in a year, a small price to pay when the General s daughter accuses him of inappropriate behavior For years he s been trying to get that promised divorce but Rosemary won t sign the papers, and her father is dead, so he can t undo what he caused to happen Then out of the blue she arrived at his post to play wife Or does she She s acting like her sister Millie and Seth has to figure out for sure if it s Rosemary or Millie, and if it s Millie, why is she pretending to be his wife At first they butt...


  7. says:

    3.5 stars, actually A very solid and satisfying western romance Although the couple s motivation began in deceit, it didn t stop them from eventually showing how much they loved each other through a good part of the t...


  8. says:

    This book is much than you d expect from a romance novel I loved that there were multiple storylines for Seth and Millie to work through, but the length did make certain points very tedious As the main characters, Seth and Millie are well fleshed out, b...


  9. says:

    Seth and Millie are an unusual couple Millie comes to fill in for her sister as his wife, whose blackmailing her using their mother s suicide Seth starts off as a very strong character, but later acquie...


  10. says:

    With realism and romance, Robinson brings the atmosphere of fort life to western fans This story will strike a chord with readers who enjoy the twists that take place within a love triangle and the complex dynamics between siblings RT Book Reviews