The Wild Child (The Bride Trilogy, #1)

The Wild Child (The Bride Trilogy, #1)

by Mary Jo Putney

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BN ID: 2940154730195
Publisher: Mary Jo Putney
Publication date: 11/01/2017
Series: The Bride Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,462
File size: 749 KB

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Wild Child 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
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SabrinaJeffries on LibraryThing 5 months ago
A very original tale about a seemingly mad young woman whose sheltered world is opened up when the hero shows her how not to fear. It was a heart-wrenching and beautiful tour-de-force. Putney never disappoints.
debs4jc on LibraryThing 5 months ago
This romance is made interesting by the combination of twin suitors and a most unusual potential bride. The twins are Dominic and Kyle, sons of an Earl but only one can inherit, so when Kyle wants Dominic to stand in his place and court the potential bride--Meriel--he has quite the thing to bribe him with--the inheritance of an estate. Dominic reluctantly agrees, and since Meriel appears to be somewhat mad--she suffered a childhood trauma and since then has not spoken a word--both think that the girl will be easily fooled. Dominic does not reckon on falling for the wild, untamed Meriel, who is not mad but who rather prefers the company of flowers and wild creatures to the society of people. To see how Dominic is able to win her over and resolve the conflicts with her and his own family kept my interest well. Fans of historical romances with lots of interesing twists and turns should enjoy it.
Anonymous 7 months ago
While this is a story that has somewhat predictable mysteries and love, there is a freshness to this story that leaves you with a satisfied feeling
CathyLeming on LibraryThing 8 months ago
I loved the setting of this novel and, as usual, this author's ability to maake me love a story I might reject from any other author. Some very interesting elements in this story, like a heroine who was raised in India.
Anonymous 11 months ago
I couldn't put it down , I love this book
DebDiem 11 months ago
The Wild Child by Mary Jo Putney is a fantastic historical romance. Ms. Putney has delivered a well-written book. I loved the characters, they are amazing. This book did have spots where it dragged a bit, and was a little repetitive on some subjects. Dominic's brother is supposed to marry Lady Merial but sends his twin, Dominick in his place so Merial can get familiar with him. Merial, believed to be mad, and Dominick's story is loaded with drama, humor, action and sizzle. I enjoyed reading Wild Child and look forward to my next book by Mary Jo Putney. Wild Child is book 1 of The Bride Trilogy but can easily be read as a standalone. This is a complete story, not a cliff-hanger.
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I actually read "the china bride" first, not realizing the eas a book that came before. I loved this story (even w/ figuring out the deceptions) and can't eait to re-read the china bride
Verylate More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book, as I love all of Mary Jo Putney's books! Couldn't put it down!
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This is a great love story! Strong characters, lots of romance and real tenderness and interesring story line that kept me wanting to know what was next. Its always fun to have some adventure thrown into a story like this- keeps it interesting. Love this author, and loved China Bride the next story too.
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period-reader More than 1 year ago
Although it was apparent early on in the book that our hero would convince his lady to speak, I found it to be a lovely story. I really enjoyed the melding of different cultures into the plot and found the characters easy to identify with.
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