Stowaway Bride Spotlight and Giveaway!

Stowaway Bride

Title:  Stowaway Bride
Author:  Adrianne Wood
Format:  Print
Length:  336 pages
Publisher:  Pocket Books
Estimated Publication Date:  Nov. 26th, 2013
Rating:  5 stars

A steamy Western set in the Colorado badlands, featuring an heiress seeking adventure and a businessman looking for a saboteur.

Emily Highfill Grant is living the life most young women would envy: fashionable picnics on Boston Common, parties with eligible bachelors, and the wealth of her grandfather Charles Bertram Highfill assuring her a fine marriage. But what Emily wants more than anything is to go West—and break free of the cage her name and fortune have built for her. When her mother decides to travel to San Francisco, Emily sneaks aboard their private railcar, planning to surprise her once they’ve left the station. But Emily is the one who’s surprised: the railcar has been leased to Lucien Delatour, and she’s now traveling cross-country in a cozy private car with a handsome stranger.

Lucien Delatour hasn’t had it easy. Raised in an orphanage, Lucien built his hard-won fortune with sweat and determination. Now a saboteur’s deadly actions threaten to destroy the rail line that he and his business partner have spent a fortune to create. Racing west, Lucien is determined to prove that the saboteur is his old nemesis—Charles Bertram Highfill.

When Emily’s family sends agents to retrieve her, Lucien marries her to keep her safe. But when he finds out who her grandfather is, Lucien can’t help but feel betrayed…and soon he is torn between saving his railroad and saving his marriage.

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  1. It's just me. Jessica with NO COMPUTER :(

  2. Makes me think of this park in Arkansas that was named after a stowaway from France- Petit Jean. She was in love with the captain and dressed as the cabin boy. After they came to America she died from a fever. Although the real life story is sad :(


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