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Fletcher's Woman
by: Linda Lael Miller

Simon & Schuster, January 1988

Washington's rowdy lumber camps were no place for an innocent young beauty. And when lovely Rachel McKinnon caught the eye of Jonas Wilkes, she was truly in dire straits. Wilkes owned the lumber empire, the town, the people -- and now he wanted Rachel. Her only hope was the town's darkly handsome doctor, Griffin Fletcher. In a promise to her dying mother, Fletcher had reluctantIly promised to protect Rachel from harm. But the smoldering enmity he felt for Wilkes would erupt in passionate conflicts...for the young doctor, who had forsworn any chance of loving again, was now desperately in love with his ward, and she with him.

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Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Publish Date:
January 1988
Time Period:
Historical: American - (1845-1916) Frontier
Hero:
Jonas Wilkes
Heroine:
Rachel McKinnon
 
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