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To Catch a Bride

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  • Posted August 12, 2009

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    TO CATCH A BRIDE is a fabulous historical romance

    In 1817 England Rafe Ramsey decides to delay a marriage of convince by seeking missing heiress Alicia Cleeves, who vanished in Egypt six years ago. The son of an earl, Rafe sees his African adventure as a last fling before he says I do.

    In Egypt, Rafe meets Ayisha, who had lived on the streets of Cairo as a boy until a family took her in. He is attracted to Ayisha, but cannot persuade her to come to England as Alicia to meet her family. She prefers to stay in her home country though he brings unwanted yearnings for him. As they fall in love, he persuades her to go with him to England, but once there he finds his role changed; someone wants the exotic heiress dead.

    The latest Devil Riders (see THE STOLEN PRINCESS and HIS CAPTIVE LADY) Regency romantic thriller is fast-paced in Cairo and London with the key to the brisk plot being the unique mysterious Ayisha-Alice. Fans will enjoy learning her secret that makes her fear going to England where her grandmother would welcome her with love and wonders whether Rafe can win her heart while ignoring the wrath of his family. TO CATCH A BRIDE is a fabulous historical.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 26, 2009

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    To Catch A Bride

    Rafe Ramsey doesn't believe in love. In fact, he's willing to accept a marriage of convenience to please his older brother. In stead of getting married Rafe embarks on a quest for the missing granddaughter of a wealthy English family. Ayisha has been on the streets of Cairo since the age of thirteen, dressing as a boy is her only way to get by. But after Rafe Ramsey captures her, she has no other choice but to dress as a woman and go to England and embarrass her family. But Ayisha has a secret that could destroy the feelings that Rafe is starting to have for her. A secret that could destroy them both.

    This was a excellent book. I liked the characters and the plot.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2012

    Highly Recommeded

    Love, Love, Love this book and now I am reading everything I can find by Anne Gracie

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  • Posted February 15, 2012

    Love the Devil Riders series!

    The main characters, Rafe & Ayisha have a great chemistry and I especially enjoyed the character development and interactions on the ship. Good secondary characters too.

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  • Posted November 12, 2009

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    Okay, I wasn't thrilled

    I thought this would be a more exciting book based upon the cover, synopsis and even the first chapter. It still a decent read, but I found the main characters completely unconvincing and very one-dimensional. Some of the secondary characters were much more interesting.

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  • Posted October 28, 2009

    Loved this!

    Anne Gracie never dissapoints me. Her stories are original and fun. This book is a sexy and funny tale.

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