High-Stakes Bride (Silhouette Intimate Moments #1403)

High-Stakes Bride (Silhouette Intimate Moments #1403)

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by Fiona Brand

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High-Stakes Bride by Fiona Brand released on Feb 1, 2006 is available now for purchase.


High-Stakes Bride by Fiona Brand released on Feb 1, 2006 is available now for purchase.

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Fiona Brand lives in the sunny Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Now that both of her sons are grown, she continues to love writing books and gardening. After a life-changing time in which she met Christ, she has undertaken study for a bachelor of theology and has become a member of The Order of St. Luke, Christ's healing ministry.

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High-Stakes Bride (Silhouette Intimate Moments #1403) 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I anxiously awaited Carter's story expecting it to be in line with the stories about Ben McCabe and Gabriel West (both keepers)- what happened! Carter's character wasn't well developed (a waste of a stud muffin!) and there was very little romance. The story line was ok but I expected so much more. I'll be rereading the keepers!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was anxiously awaiting Carter Rawling's story to finish off Fiona Brands' Lombard-SAS series, but I was greatly disappointed by High-Stakes Bride. Fiona Brand wrote this book in a totally different style from the previous books about the SAS team (ie Gabriel West). It was as if the story was written to be submitted separately from the Lombard-SAS team stories but changed the character names to submit for the final story in the Lombard-SAS series. Few references were made to the former SAS team mates and she had none of her hot love scenes in the book (either that or my copy was defective), and she usually writes sceens that sizzle. The story itself is a good story and will keep you enthralled and guessing to the end, but as Carter Rawlings' story it just did not tie in very well to the previous stories in the series.