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The Bride Hunt

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  • Posted January 6, 2012

    Unexpectedly delicious

    I loved this story of survival and love. The Lady is resourceful beyond belief for a convent raised darling. The Knight thinks he is too ugly to be noticed by a lovely lady and without property or hope, he resists his growing need for the Lady. I've read it several times and fall in love with it again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2007

    NEEDS ER HELP

    First read for this author and most likely my last.I read that the author was a Critical Care Nurse too and the writing most definetly shows it. After the first 50 pages of sword slashes, split lips, concussions, bruises galore, a broken rib, lacerated feet, hypothermia, torn flesh on wrists and ankles, I was laughing instead of being concerned for the hero and heroine. They gritted their teeth and hissed with pain for too many pages of this book and after a while so did I, pain that required me to finish the book. It seemed the author was reliving her career as a nurse instead of writing a good storyline.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    action-packed Conqueror era historical romance

    In 1072 Northumberland, Sir Anvrai d¿Arques worries that Castle Kettwyck is not completed and the knights seem out of shape for fighting. Still the gala goes on as everyone celebrates the return of the sisters Lady Isabel and Kathryn. Isabel will choose one of her suitors as her spouse. His fears prove correct when barbaric Scotsmen invade the keep and escape with Isabel as their ransom hostage. --- Anvrai pursues them until he catches up and frees Isabel. As they race back to Castle Kettwyck, the Scots trail them with plans to kill her champion before he can inform his liege that an invasion seems imminent. On their perilous journey home, she falls in love with him, but he insists she could never cherish a warrior like him at all she feels is gratitude. Isabel knows this is for real and plans to persuade her reluctant hero. --- THE BRIDE HUNT is an action-packed Conqueror era historical romance that starts at a blistering pace and never slows down as the lead couple lands in one adventure after another trying to stay alive. The story line is filled with escapes and capers as the Scots never give up nor does Anvrai or especially Isabel (on two fronts). Margo Maguire writes an exhilarating medieval romance that stars two likable heroes in trouble from start to finish. --- Harriet Klausner

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