The Highlander's Bride

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Product Details

Price
$8.99
Publisher
Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
4.2 X 1.1 X 6.9 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9781492605430

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About the Author

Amanda Forester holds a Ph.D. in psychology and worked for many years in academia before discovering that writing historical romance novels was decidedly more fun. Whether in the Highland hills or a Regency ballroom, Forester's novels offer fast-paced adventures filled with wit, intrigue, and romance. She lives with her supportive husband and naturally brilliant children in the Pacific Northwest.

Reviews

"Readers will be mesmerized from the very first page" - Publishers Weekly
"In Forester's captivating novel set in 14th-century Europe, the Duc de Bergerac asks Highlander Sir Gavin Patrick to take his daughter, Lady Mary Collette, from France to Scotland to wed the Baron of Kintail. From the outset, Collette seeks to prove to Gavin that she is more than just another beautiful, shallow aristocrat. With the French at war with the English and Collette's enormous dowry making them an attractive target for thieves, the two are in for a dangerous ride. These truly engaging and physically attractive protagonists are instantly drawn to one another, and their mutual affection grows stronger as each is forced to make sacrifices for the other during the perilous journey. Forester (A Winter Wedding) keeps the effortless plot moving at a swift pace. Readers will be mesmerized from the very first page. STARRED Review." - Publishers Weekly
"The "Highlander's Bride," the first in Amanda Forester's Highland Trouble series, has all the trappings of an old-fashioned romance with some delightfully feminist twists thrown in... Forester has brought together an exciting setting and period in history, fabulous clothing and hairstyles, and an action-filled plot, but the greatest joy of The "Highlander's Bride" lies in the relationship between the two lead characters. " - BookPage
" A good lazy weekend read I would suggest." - Smexy Books
"A super romantic tale set in the mid-1300s, The "Highlander's Bride" had enough heart, laughter, and adventure to make this a very enjoyable book. Harlequin Junkie Recommended Title." - Harlequin Junkies
"Forester (A Winter Wedding) keeps the effortless plot moving at a swift pace. Readers will be mesmerized from the very first page. STARRED Review." - Publishers Weekly
"Forester's wonderful medieval romance is driven by her strong and appealing characters. The fast pace and exciting adventures keep readers captivated, while the lovely romance enchants and delights. Another winner from Forester. 4 1/2 Stars!" - RT Book Reviews
"A staged fourteenth-century marriage turns into abiding love in this beautiful romance. Amanda Forester weaves a simple plot into a gorgeous tapestry in The Highlander's Bride." - Foreword
"The Highlander's Bride, the first in Amanda Forester's Highland Trouble series, has all the trappings of an old-fashioned romance with some delightfully feminist twists thrown in... Forester has brought together an exciting setting and period in history, fabulous clothing and hairstyles, and an action-filled plot, but the greatest joy of The Highlander's Bride lies in the relationship between the two lead characters. " - BookPage
" Colette finds herself, her true self, on the arduous journey to Scotland. She finds depths and reserves and strengths she never knew she had...And an adventure is always more fun with a beautiful man in a kilt beside you." - Heroes and Heartbreakers
" A good lazy weekend read I would suggest." - Smexy Books
"A super romantic tale set in the mid-1300s, The Highlander's Bride had enough heart, laughter, and adventure to make this a very enjoyable book. Harlequin Junkie Recommended Title." - Harlequin Junkies
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