Brothers in Arms - Historical Romance Trilogy
Return to an age of danger and chivalry, when three daring knights-fostered together since boyhood in the warrior tradition-face their greatest challenge...winning the hearts of the women they love.
His Rebel Bride (Book 3):
ENEMIES BY DAY, LOVERS BY NIGHT
A reckless warrior, Kieran Broderick was half-Irish, yet bound to fight for the English crown. So when King Henry decreed that he take an Irish wife to quell rebellion there, he had little choice. Newly dubbed the earl of Kildare, Kieran travels to Langmore Castle, seat of the lawless O'Shea family, to choose a bride. When he picks Maeve, a fetching lass who seems sweetly submissive, he soon learns she's a fiery, clever woman. When she refuses to allow him into her bed or her heart, he finds himself fighting the most daunting battle of his life. But Kieran will never give up. He's determined to conquer his rebellious beauty-body and soul.
The Brothers in Arms reading order:
His Lady Bride
His Stolen Bride
His Rebel Bride
|Publisher:||Shelley Bradley LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)|
About the Author
Shelley Bradley is the author of Strictly Seduction, Strictly Forbidden,
The Lady and the Dragon, A Christmas Promise, and other romance novels.
Tim Campbell is a multiple AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator. He has performed hundreds of titles in a variety of genres and was a finalist for the 2017 Voice Arts Awards best narration performance in nonfiction.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Kieran had his hands full when he accepted his orders from the king to go to Ireland and stop the rebels. Not only was he to stop the rebels he was to pick a bride from one of the four sisters available. What he didn't expect was to fall in love with the one rebel sister Maeve. The story was full of everything needed to keep you reading to see what happened next. Maeve sure wasn't going to give in easily. Kieran didn't want to give up but didn't think he would ever win her love. The author did a great job of telling their story and the characters were well developed and easy to connect with. Very enjoyable read. Highly recommend.