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Iris (Seven Brides, #3) Reading Iris Seven Brides, 3 By Leigh Greenwood Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Monty Randolph Plans To Take A Herd To Wyoming He Means To Start A Ranch For The Family And One For Himself So He Can Get Out From Under The Irritating And Watchful Eye Of His Older Brother, George He S Determined That Nothing Will Stop Him From Succeeding, Especially His Neighbor, Iris Richmond, Who Wants Him To Take Her Herd To Wyoming Along With His The Last Thing He Needs Is A Southern Belle, Steeped In Flirting And Vanity, On The Filthy, Exhausting Trek Over A Thousand Miles Of Dangerous, Unsettled Country Her Kind Is Strictly For Looking At, Not For Buying Neither Does He Need Double The Cows And Double The Responsibility He Already As Three Brothers Along To Worry About.Iris Richmond Has Nothing Left Of Her Father S Fortune But A Herd Of Cows And If She Doesn T Get Them To Wyoming, Rustlers Are Going To Take That When Monty Refuses To Take Her Along, She Puts Her Herd On The Trail Ahead Of Him And Mixes The Herds Together The Continual Danger Of Stampedes, Rustlers, And Indian Attacks Drive The Couple Together, Forming A Relationship Neither Welcomes Nor Is Able To Deny Beset By A Thieving Foreman And A Long Lost Brother, Monty Is The Only Person Iris Can Trust And She Means To Trust Him Whether He Likes It Or Not IRIS Is Another Utterly Delightful, Heartwarming Romance And Another Special Addition To Readers Keeper Shelves IRIS Is A Dynamic Combination Of A Wild Western Trail Ride And A Charming Americana Romance Leigh Greenwood S Memorable Characters Work Their Way Into Your Heart I M Sure You Will Come To Love Them As Much As Rose, Fern, George And The Rest Of The Unforgettable Randolph Clan Here S To Another Winner Romantic Times

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10 thoughts on “Iris (Seven Brides, #3)

  1. says:

    This was a good book, but I got so sick of Iris and Monty fighting all the time They either made out or made love or fought No middle ground It was like sparks were always flying, sometimes not in a good way I certainly wouldn t want to be stuck on a cattle drive with them.Iris was spoiled, and Monty is a self serving kind of guy The good news was that her flirting didn t allow her to get

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    Considering the fact that Iris starts out the spoiled darling of society, I couldn t help but find her incredibly irritating at times However, she redeems herself in the end by becoming determined to be the kind of wife she thinks the hero, Monty Randolph, wants needsso I can respect her now Especially since he is of the same min...

  3. says:

    My least favorite book in the series thus far , I got tired of the wishy washy heroine Never did understand the attraction between the characters, that being said, I still like the Randolph brothers and their struggle to rise from the ashes.

  4. says:

    One of the most annoying heroines I ve ever read More than half way through the book and there is nothing redeeming about her still She s spoiled and a know it all Questions Monty and people who s given her no reason to question but when people like Frank and or her illegitimate brother start doing questionable things, she wants to be sure they re not false accusations and she gets mad when Monty fires them Almos

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    La tercera novela de la serie me ha gustado bastante, aunque despu s de leer estos tres libros empiezo a ver que en todos hay cierta adoraci n excesiva entre las parejas que empieza a hacerse agotadora Por otro lado, ofrece una gran descripci n de como los arrieros y vaqueros llevaban el ganado por todo el estado y como viv an de eso.Monty era un personaje del que ten a ganas de leer, aunque no es igual al que conocimos en el pr

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    While formulaic, I enjoyed this bookthan I expected The progression, of Iris, from a spoiled, snobbish child who though only of herself and what she wanted, She starts out proud that she doesn t know how to work or cook or clean a house to a woman who enjoys the frontier, the freedom and open spaces A woman who realizes when her demands create burdens on others and who has learned to appreciate what others teach her and what they do for

  8. says:

    Iris made me so discussed She was spoiled and it showed I m surprised she learned to ride a horse She only seemed to know how to flirt She didn t appear to even want to learn to cook or keep house But in the end she did learn these things and about cows Monty was not a kind person to her If h...

  9. says:

    Great book, had me laughing through the whole thing.

  10. says:

    the story of Monty Iris love it

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