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A boxer who’s tired of fighting. A persecuted woman with an unwanted suitor. A marriage neither of them want, but both desperately need.

James Fisher is Champion of the Kansas City Pugilist Society, but it's a title he doesn't wear proudly. When the man he won the last match with dies overnight from his injuries, James doesn't want to see good people hurt for sport. The only problem is that his contract with the Pugilist Society remains in effect until death or marriage.

But who wants to marry a bruised and broken boxer?

When Abigail Lee's house is foreclosed on, she's left desolate but not alone. Her best friend, a former slave, is willing to allow her to live with them. But the people in town don't like her living situation, and an unwanted suitor comes knocking on the door, making threats. Abby doesn't want anyone to be hurt on her account but feels stuck between the frying pan and the fire until Cecilia comes up with a plan.

This is a short, clean and wholesome, American western historical romance. The 15th in The Proxy Bride Series. Each book is a stand-alone HEA romance.

©2019 Pauline Creeden (P)2019 Pauline Creeden

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Sorry but sad narration

The storyline was okay but it was tough to get through the book because of the narration. Never thought I would ever say this but the good guy characters were a little too good and the bad guy characters were way too bad.