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Kissing the Bride

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging Conqueror romance

    In 1075 England, Widow Lady Jenova asks her best friend, King William¿s confident Lord Henry to visit her at remote Gunlinghorn. William drops everything to travel the four days in wintry conditions to see Jenova to learn what she needs form him. There, she shocks him when she tells him that she is considering marriage after mourning the loss of her spouse for the last two years. Her chosen one is neighbor Alfric Baldessare, who would bow to her wishes and wants to know what he thinks especially since her potential groom¿s father demands that he be named estate guardian in the event of his son¿s death. Henry knows that the elder Baldessare hates him over a regal land decision so he has doubts about the match.----- While riding, a sudden snowstorm sends Jenova and Henry seeking shelter. When they find refuge, they hold each other tight for some warmth, but soon make love to the shock of them both. Jenova realizes that she is in love again though has doubts after her first husband¿s betrayal and Henry hides his feelings. However, the elder Baldessare plays ¿matchmaker¿ when he abducts her five-year-old son to force her hand.----- KISSING THE BRIDE is an engaging Conqueror romance starring delightful protagonists and wonderful secondary players to include a romance between the villain¿s daughter and Henry¿s top aid. The villain is so crazy that he seems like a caricature, but then again his actions force the lead couple to confess their inner feelings. Sara Bennett provides a fine historical that fans of the William era will treasure.----- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 25, 2014

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    Heartbroken Lady Jenova vows to marry again because it has been

    Heartbroken Lady Jenova vows to marry again because it has been two years since her husband’s death, but she refuses to marry for love. She asks her prominent friend, Lord Henry, for help. During their search for the proper groom, they grow closer and share a passionate kiss. Unfortunately for Lord Henry, falling for Jenova could cost him his friendship as well as his position. 




    Sara Bennett does a wonderful job weaving a tale of characters, who for the most part scheme together to awaken Jenova’s and Henry’s feelings for one another. The English setting plays a vital role in this story and described in exquisite detail. The characters’ garb and dialects are appropriate for the time, while Jenova’s and Henry’s relationship seems quite unique. Readers will want to read the series in order, but it isn’t necessary to appreciate this final chapter.




    Notes:
    This review was written for My Sister's Books.
    This review was originally posted on the Ariesgrl Book Reviews website.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2012

    Dont buy this book.

    Boring! Cant finish this book. Only read 50 pages.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2012

    Great read

    Very enjoyable read

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