Their Wayward Bride

Their Wayward Bride

by Vanessa Vale


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Their Wayward Bride by Vanessa Vale

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When Laurel Sinclair's uncaring father seeks to pawn her off in marriage as part of a business deal, she seeks to avoid her fate by fleeing. But running away in a Montana blizzard proves to be a terrible mistake.

When handsome ranchers Mason and Brody find the stranded redhead next to her injured horse, they take her in and immediately decide to make her theirs, convinced they can convert the beautiful stranger to an unusual arrangement of marrying them both.

The Bridgewater way of one woman marrying two husbands is foreign to Laurel, but she soon grows to love the two protective men who awaken her to a world of carnal pleasures she never knew existed. She grows to love them for their guidance and protection.

But will her happiness be threatened by the secret she harbors? Will Mason and Brody still love her if they discover who she is? And what will happen when her scheming father and the cruel man he wanted her to marry finally track her down?

"The Wayward Bride" continues the bestselling "Bridgewater Menage Series" by top western erotica author Vanessa Vale.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514333211
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/12/2015
Pages: 170
Sales rank: 857,042
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.36(d)

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USA Today Bestseller of steamy historical westerns

Who doesn't love the romance of the old West? Vanessa Vale takes the sensual appeal of rugged cowboys a step further with her bestselling books set in the Montana Territory. They are much more than just sexy historical westerns. They're deliciously naughty reads that sometimes push the boundaries of fantasy. It's pure escapism with quite a few very hot, very alpha cowboys.

When she's not writing, Vanessa savors the insanity of raising two boys, is figuring out how many meals she can make with a pressure cooker, and teaches a pretty mean karate class. She considers herself to be remarkably normal, exceedingly introverted and fairly vanilla, which does not explain her steamy stories and her fascination with cowboys, preferably more than one at a time. If that weren't enough, she also writes under the pen name, Vanessa Dare.

She lives in the Wild Wild West where there's an endless source of 'research' material.

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Their Wayward Bride 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was good but incomplete. The author needs to learn how to finish a story inside that story and then continue a similar storyline into the next series. But the author just dropped the story with a cliffhanger. A story is not complete just because all three parties have had a menage, there are details that need to be completed like what happens to the land and the will?. Also for $4, I was expecting more than just 83 pages. Thus the author gets less stars. And I will not be buying any more of her books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book.
CArcidiacono More than 1 year ago
Another great addition to the series. We get to revisit with everyone at The Bridgewater Ranch from the previous book. Laurel flees her father and intended fiance, during a snow storm. Luckily, she ends up near Mason and Brody's house. Where they take her in and care for her, in more ways than one! Another wet panties story that will have you reaching down to relieve some of the aching need. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Only gets 4 stars because it leaves you with too many questions and for an expensive "book 2" only has 83 pages. I was disapointed, after book 1's complete-ness I was left; well, wanting.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it but it was too short. I couldn't put it down.
mathphilosopher More than 1 year ago
Vanessa Vale's "Their Wayward Bride" is the second book in the Bridgewater Menage series, but you can read it as a standalone. I loved it! I rarely give a straight 5 stars, but this one deserves it. Mason and Brody are totally sexy. Laurel is strong and curvy and beautiful. This series is just so amazing! I can't wait to read #3!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent , enjoyable and hot .
HsuLeeNY More than 1 year ago
Great Book 2 for this series! Laurel was trying to escape an arranged marriage, instead she almost died in a blizzard. Mason & Brody rescued Laurel. Once they saw Laurel, they wanted her to be their wife. This book had romance, danger + adventure. With these combinations, you can't go wrong w/ this book
SimplySarahReviews More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the Bridgewater series, but the first I had read by this author. This is probably my favorite book in the series, so far! I really felt for Laurel in the beginning, but it all worked out in the end. Well written story, great plot, and characters you will fall in love with. A must re-read for me! - Sarah
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ArecRain More than 1 year ago
Novels like this just burn me up. I feel like I shouldn’t be upset because I got the book for nothing. But there is an entire series of this garbage. Normally I wouldn’t be so hard, but this novel is an example of everything I hate about what is supposed to be romantic/erotic literature. First off, there is no development of any kind. There is no description of setting beyond that it’s Montana Territory. There isn’t even enough description to decipher what time period it’s in. This would be forgivable if the erotic scenes were worth it, but they fall short of rape. Pretty much this man finds a woman out in a snowstorm, brings her home, then him and his friend decide that she belongs to them and they molest her regardless of how uncomfortable she is. I should have known this was going to be a terrible book when her rescuer takes time to focus on her “lush breasts” as he is rescuing her! Not to mention there is no relationship developed between her and the two men. They literally decide she belongs to them the moment they get her naked while she is hypothermic then proceed to molest her every chance they get. They visit their neighbors with on a farm with her wearing only one of their shirts. Seriously. Garbage. Especially since this is one of those novels where the men “know what’s best for the women”, so even if the women don’t like, they put up with it anyway. I have a feeling this is supposed to be set in the 1800s, but thinking like that just makes me nauseous. Oh you don’t want a butt plug shove up your bottom? Well too bad because you’re a woman and you don’t get a say in what happens to your body! That pill would have been easier to swallow if I didn’t have to read on every. single. page that the men take care of their women. Gag me, please. This is probably the angriest review I have ever written. If I could give it negative stars I would. Absolute trash. Don’t waste your time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didn't really care for book.
DebDiem More than 1 year ago
Their Wayward Bride is my first read by Vanessa Vale. I LOVED this book! This book is a fairly quick read, perfect for those with limited time for reading. Even though it's a quick read it's packed full of fantastic characters, drama, action and sizzlin' hot (M/F/M) sex. Laurel, Mason and Brody's story is captivating from start to finish. I enjoyed Their Wayward Bride and look forward to reading more from Vanessa Vale in the future. Their Wayward Bride is book 2 in the Bridgewater Menage Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my first Vanessa Vale book. I came upon it by accident and this was a happy find. The story flowed easily. My only criticism is that; although the period clothing was a good indicator that this was not a modern tale. I would have like to know what year it actually was.