Marry Me

Marry Me

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Her Heart Was Locked Away


Rhyne Abbot is fierce, brave, and used to a life of isolation on her father's spread on the outskirts of Reidsville, Colorado. But when, overcome with sickness, she collapses, she knows she must return to town if she is to have any hope of recovery. Only there is no place for her but the new doctor's home, and he wants more than just to heal Rhyne. He wants her hand in marriage.



Until One Man Found The Key


Doctor Cole Monroe's hands are already more than full with his orphaned little sister to look after, and yet somehow he can't resist the magnetic pull of Rhyne's bewitching eyes--or her tempting kiss. But convincing her to trust him won't be easy. For Rhyne's heart needs as much tender care as her ailing body. And the only cure is the thing she most fears: to let herself fall in love. . .



Praise for Jo Goodman and The Price of Desire



"Once again, Goodman delivers a luscious and sensual romance."
--Romantic Times

Baker & Taylor
When she becomes seriously ill, Rhyne Abbot is forced to leave her life of isolation on her father's ranch and come to town, where, while recovering in the home of Dr. Cole Monroe, she falls in love with her handsome caretaker.

Baker
& Taylor

Used to a life of isolation on her father's ranch, Rhyne Abbot is forced to return to town when she becomes seriously ill, and, while recovering in the home of Dr. Cole Monroe, must make a difficult decision when she falls in love with her handsome caretaker. (This titles is being re-listed in Forecast. Original.

Publisher: New York : Zebra ; Godalming : Melia [distributor], 2010
ISBN: 9781420101768
1420101765
Branch Call Number: R FICTION GOODMAN
Characteristics: 439 p. ; 17 cm

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Sarah1984
Nov 23, 2011

Lots of medical details, which I would usually like, but I'm looking for light reading in a romance, not an educational tome. Due to the medical details clogging up the flow of the story, it was a bit slow moving. The story seemed to have a real lack of romance, there was no tension between the characters which made any supposed romantic scenes seem forced - it would have been very awkward to watch this as a movie or tv show.

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jocasey
Dec 29, 2010

I love Jo Goodman books. She is an extremely thoughtful writer. I wish all were as well-written. Romances would not have their "bad" name, if all were written like Ms. Goodman's.

"Marry Me" is not the absolute best I've read from Ms. Goodman, but still very enjoyable. And I still had difficulty putting it down - it's just that there are a few others of her books that I've loved so much, I'm not sure they are replaceable...

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