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Historical Romance Discussion > HELP ME FIND THIS BOOK - PROBABLY PUBLISHED IN 80'S OR 90'S

Western romance (covered wagon). A young widow irish girl is traveling with her in-laws and brother-in-law out west. Her in-laws are (especially the father and brother-in-law) brutal. The in-laws want her to marry her brother-in-law. She falls in love and marries the scout and gets pregnant. Her brother-in-law tries to kill the scout but only ends up paralyzing him. The in-laws are kicked off the wagon train. The wagon train with his wife continue on leaving him at an outpost so he can recover. The irish girl continues with the wagon train and ends up having twins. When her husband finally gets well and comes to the new settlement her brother-in-law also comes and tries to take the widow.

May 7, 2012 | Registered CommenterMEREDITH B.

Maybe this book?

Oregon Bride by Rosanne Bittner

ON A TRAIL OF DANGER, THEIR LOVE KNEW NO BOUNDS

In a land of raw winds and merciless sun, Marybeth MacKinder was a quiet, raven-haired young widow traveling westward with her former husband's family and the memories of a loveless marriage. Here she was losing the battle to protect herself and her infant son from the brutish brother-in-law who was trying to claim her as his own. Then Joshua Rivers stood before her offering her a tenderness she had never felt. He was a man of the frontier, a man both tough and gentle, whose very touch gave her a thrill she had never known. As the wagon train pushed across a continent, Marybeth would see new horizons opening up before her and feel a passion-bred courage to face both danger and a new destiny. But the joy she felt in Joshua's arms would be threatened by savage jealousy -- and a bullet ... for the journey of her heart had just begun.

May 15, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdaisymau

THIS IS THE CORRECT BOOK - THANK YOU

May 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMeredith B