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Scandal's Bride (Cynster Series)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Lauren's Hits the Mark -- Again!

Scandal's Bride was my most favorite of the four of Stephanie Lauren's books that I have read! I loved the way that Richard let Catriona be true to her calling without making him seem less than the 'epitome of masculinity'. When Richard's family arrive to 'help', I cou...
Scandal's Bride was my most favorite of the four of Stephanie Lauren's books that I have read! I loved the way that Richard let Catriona be true to her calling without making him seem less than the 'epitome of masculinity'. When Richard's family arrive to 'help', I couldn't believe the amount of awe I felt -- as though I were a part of the story line!

posted by Anonymous on June 5, 2000

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

don't even get me started

Let me just start by saying this - if Richard called Catriona his 'witchy wife' one more time, I was going to gouge my eyes out. This book was ok, definitely not one of my favorites. If I had the chance to read it again, I wouldn't take it. The one good thing about t...
Let me just start by saying this - if Richard called Catriona his 'witchy wife' one more time, I was going to gouge my eyes out. This book was ok, definitely not one of my favorites. If I had the chance to read it again, I wouldn't take it. The one good thing about this book was that Richard wasn't called his nickname throughout the whole book - those reallllly irritate me. In fact, there were a lot of things about this book that irritated me. If you want something interesting and fun to read, skip this one.

posted by Anonymous on May 3, 2004

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