The Wedding (Lairds' Fiancées, #2)
Only a master could top the stunning success of For the Roses, and Julie Garwood has proven once again why she "attracts readers like beautiful heroines attract dashing heroes" (USA Today) with this joyous New York Times bestseller. Returning to the enchanting world of her classic The Bride, she... show more
Only a master could top the stunning success of For the Roses, and Julie Garwood has proven once again why she "attracts readers like beautiful heroines attract dashing heroes" (USA Today) with this joyous New York Times bestseller. Returning to the enchanting world of her classic The Bride, she brings the soaring adventure, love and rivalry of medieval Scotland to glorious life in a delightful tale her fans will adore. Journeying from England to Scotland to wed a highlander, Lady Brenna had resigned herself to the arranged match. But when a band of fierce, painted warriors captured her en route, she fearlessly met their demand to marry their leader -- the quick-tempered laird Connor MacAlister. She couldn't know that her capture was merely the first act of vengeance against her betrothed, Connor's sworn enemy. Brenna harbored no illusions that her husband was in love with her; after a hasty forest wedding, MacAlister assured her she could return home once she had borne him a son. But she could not deny that she had once proposed to MacAlister -- ten years ago, when she was just a child, and the visitor to her father's castle charmed her with his dazzling, unexpected smile. Now, as she sets out to win the brave chieftain whom she has come to adore, a legacy of revenge ensnares Brenna in a furious clan war -- and only her faith in her gallant hero can save her...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1st 1997
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Medieval Romance
Series: Lairds' Fiancées (#2)
3.5 starsThe Wedding was great but The Bride was (a lot) better. I can't help but compare this book to the first one. I love that the author creates such amazing, strong heroines!Brenna was not as lovable as Jamie had been in The Bride. Brenna was strong and independent, too but her actions were les...
3.5 starsI have no idea what the author was trying to achieve by showing the heroine like a naive sputtering fool.she wasn't sweet,she was stupid and annoying. I know I've given this high rating and I really liked the overall story but the not the way that character was!
Goodness, I've reread so many Julie Garwood books this month and all of them are such great favorites of mine that have fell off my radar. I've been reading books that I used to read twice a month and getting to know these characters all over again puts me in such a good mood and with the bad luck t...