A Bride in the Bargain Paperback

by Deeanne Gist;


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A Bride in the Bargain

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The Wedding Is All Planned... Someone Just Needs to Tell the Bride

In 1860s Seattle, redwoods were plentiful but women scarce. Yet a man with a wife could secure 640 acres of timberland for free.

Joe Denton doesn't have a wife, though. His died before she could follow him to Seattle and now the local judge is threatening to take away his claim. In desperation, he buys himself a Mercer bride--one of the eastern widows and orphans brought to the Territory by entrepreneur Asa Mercer.

Anna Ivey's journey west with Mercer is an escape from the aftermath of the Civil War. She signed on to become a cook--not a bride. When she's handed over to Denton, her stubborn refusal to wed jeopardizes his land. With only a few months before he loses all he holds dear, can he convince this provoking, but beguiling, easterner to become his lawfully wedded wife?

Deeanne Gist, the bestselling author of A Bride Most Begrudging and The Measure of a Lady, has a background in education and journalism. Her credits include People magazine, Parents, and Parenting. With a line of parenting products called "I Did It! Productions" and a degree from Texas A&M, she continues her writing and speaking.

A Bride in the Bargain by Deeanne Gist was published by Bethany House in July 2009 and is our 24529th best seller. The ISBN for A Bride in the Bargain is 9780764204074.

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Page last updated 27th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBethany House (July 2009)
Weight318g
Number of Pages368
Thickness25 mm
Height210 mm
Width135 mm
ISBN9780764204074
ISBN-100764204076
Product Code1251801
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