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Never a Bride

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  • Posted March 12, 2012

    I had gotten this freebie quite a while ago and wasn't expecting

    I had gotten this freebie quite a while ago and wasn't expecting much. But I was really surprised at how engaging the story was. Mirabella has been left of the shelf when her intended left the country six years before. She has given up and decides she will never be a bride. In the mean time she on the trail of the man she feels is responsible for the suicide of her best friend. The problems start when she meets a mystery man who really makes her feel special and then gets caught with a man in the garden by her fiancee who has returned. The story of how she can help her friend and not lose the man was full of humor and heart warming moments. Very much worth the time to read.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2011

    Better than most 3 1/2 stars

    I really liked Camden, but I didn't really LOVE Mirabella. I thought her decisions were sometimes a bit unrealistic and she was a little too unfeminine for me. He was handsome, sweet, caring, proper, and I really liked the protective streak but she didn't offer many situations to be protected. They didn't quite go together perfectly but I still really enjoyed the book and it only took me two days to read. (btw I totally LOVE this cover, I wish more covers looked like this).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2011

    Nice Romance

    Pretty nice read for a free e-book...thanks B&N!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 16, 2011

    Good Romance

    Light reading a good summer romance novel

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable Regency romance

    After six years in which her betrothed, Viscount Stonehurst, Camden Brackhurst, left her behind in a single state and went off to America, Lady Mirabella Whittingham adapts to remaining on the shelf. She even finds spinsterhood quite enjoyable that is until her best friend Sarah committed suicide. Sarah¿s diary blames her troubles on an aristocrat with a scar on the back of his neck. Mirabella plans to uncover the culprit¿s identity and take him to task. However, to do so requires kissing all the eligible bachelors in town for the season to inspect their necks because Sarah never names anyone. <P>As Mirabella makes the rounds and shocks the Ton, Camden finally returns from across the ocean. He is appalled at his fiancee¿s behavior, but finds he is very attracted to her. She is stunned to observe the telltale scar on his neck. <P> Though NEVER A BRIDE requires a plausibility leap, Regency romance fans will enjoy the tale. Readers must accept Mirabella¿s way out character behavior, but at the same time will admire her spunk and loyalty. The story line is fun especially when an outraged Camden makes his feelings known. On the other hand, six years waiting for someone who deserted you before you ever met makes his present day behavior seem inappropriate, but perhaps that is a modern day perspective by this reviewer. Still sub-genre fans will receive pleasure from Amelia Grey¿s gender war historical romance. <P>Harriet Klausner

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