The Bride of Willow Creek (Paperback)

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Ten years ago Angie Bartoli eloped with Sam Holland. But before their impetuous marriage even began, they were torn apart by chance. For Angie, the gold band on her finger is a constant reminder of the man she could never forget. Aiming to find her husband and resolve their relationship once and for all, Angie sets out on the adventure of a lifetime.

In a small Colorado town, Angie discovers that her young groom has grown into a man--still handsome, irresistible, and infuriating as ever . . . and now the father of two young children. Forced to become a temporary family, Sam and Angie are surprised to find a deeper love awakening between them--one that could require more than they are willing to give if they are to forge a lasting new life on the American frontier.

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About the Author


Maggie Osborne is the author of I Do, I Do, I Do and Silver Lining, as well as more than forty contemporary and historical romance novels written as Maggie Osborne and Margaret St. George. She has won numerous awards from Romantic Times, Affaire de Coeur, BookraK, the Colorado Romance Writers, and Coeur du Bois, among others. Osborne won the RITA for long historical from the Romance Writers of America in 1998.

Maggie lives in a resort town in the Colorado mountains with her husband, one mule, two horses, one cat, and one dog, all of whom are a lot of aggravation, but she loves them anyway.


From the Paperback edition.

Praise for The Bride of Willow Creek…


"ONE OF THE BEST WRITERS IN THE BUSINESS."
--Susan Elizabeth Phillips
New York Times bestselling author

"Wit, style, and class. Maggie Osborne is a storyteller who consistently delivers all three."
--Nora Roberts



From the Paperback edition.

Product Details ISBN-10: 0345484800
ISBN-13: 9780345484802
Published: Ballantine Books, 10/02/2001
Pages: 368
Language: English


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