Their Runaway Bride (Bridgewater Series Book 1)

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Returning from Europe, Ann learns she is to marry a man of her father’s choosing once they arrive in New York. Refusing, she runs away, although she can’t go far on a steam ship. Only as far as the stateroom of a very handsome soldier.

There’s only one guaranteed way to save a woman from a bad marriage, and that’s to marry her himself. Ann is surprised Robert will go to such lengths to protect her, but stunned when she won’t just be marrying him, but his fellow soldier, Andrew, as well.

Life has many turns and twists. We find our way when we least expect it.

Ann thought she was running away from a way of life she knew and from two men she feared.

Ann really was running into her future with eyes wide open and ready to take the adventure of a lifetime. She didn’t know was waiting for her, when she ran into the stateroom on the second level of the ship.

Deborah Conte 

While fleeing from an unwanted marriage, Anne encounters two military officers returning home from overseas service. These are the men she had been attracted to earlier in the voyage, & they offer her a marriage as well; one with much more appeal than the other marriage her father had planned. Find out what she encounters with the choice she makes, & what her father’s reaction is when told of her actions. This is the first book of a delightful series, full of love, danger, & a great deal of physical joy between a woman & the 2 men who recognized the 1 woman who was made to hold their hearts secure.


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