UNLIMITED BOOK ✓ The Bride - by Carolyn Davidson #2020


  • Title: The Bride
  • Author: Carolyn Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780373772209
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Bride By Carolyn Davidson She thought her fate was sealedIsabella Montgomery s future looked bleak.Before her father died, he betrothed her to Juan Garcia, an old ranchero infamous for cruelty Now, shut away in a convent, she dreaded the day he would come to claim her.Until a dark horse revealed her true destinyRafael McKenzie needed a bride before he came into his inheritance The moment heShe thought her fate was sealedIsabella Montgomery s future looked bleak.Before her father died, he betrothed her to Juan Garcia, an old ranchero infamous for cruelty Now, shut away in a convent, she dreaded the day he would come to claim her.Until a dark horse revealed her true destinyRafael McKenzie needed a bride before he came into his inheritance The moment he laid eyes on Isabella, he knew she was the one Breaking into the convent and capturing her was easy enough, but stealing her heart was another story.
    Carolyn Davidson
    Carolyn Davidson began writing in 1986, knowing absolutely nothing about the craft Her first three books were rejected by Harlequin.She met Dixie Browning at a Harlequin dinner in Charleston, South Carolina, and told Dixie she was writing, but that she feared she was too old to begin such an undertaking Dixie s response spurred Carolyn to pursue her dream Dixie said, in her own inimitable fashion, Well, honey, you can t start any younger And she was right.Having spent her life as a wife, mother, grandmother, and working woman, she s privileged to have a career that makes her dreams possible Writing historical romance gives her the opportunity to travel, to visit all those places where our forefathers staked their claim on this country of ours And then she goes home and writes their stories, maybe not exactly as they lived them, but as her imagination portrays them.Carolyn lives in the South, where romance thrives, and where the sun shines almost every day of the year In fact, some days it is difficult to stay glued to her computer, especially when the birds are singing and the flowers are in full bloom.She lives not far from the ocean, close to Charleston, South Carolina, one of the most romantic cities in the world Moreover, time at the beach is easy to come by Does she enjoy her life You bet Harlequin allows her to write the books she loves, and her editor is patient with her quirks and foibles Her family, though scattered in various states, is supportive, and her husband is a constant source of inspiration.

    The Bride By Carolyn Davidson

    Commentaires:

    Amberita
    I wish Isabella had grown a backbone And if rafael has talked to me that way I would have slapped him and put him in his place I can t stand when the hero is so high handed and thinks everything he orders is to be obeyed, as if he s god And I hated that it seemed as if neither of them could make up their minds they was so wishy washy, for instance one second he s nice then the next he s mean and one minute she wants to be his wife and the next she wants to go back to the convent.

    Britt Pearson
    The story itself was a great idea but the execution was lacking Very wordy Author took several pages than necessary to convey emotions that were unbelievable Never connected with the characters Painful to get through.

    Carol
    Predictable and boring I kept waiting for Isabella to develop a backbone.

    Nicolette
    I love a story that depicts heart wrenching challenges this was a really good read.

    Kathy Blackburn
    The story seemed to drag along until about 2 3 of the way through.

    Mae R
    I believe it was written well, however not usually the type i like I prefer happy and less sad eventsf

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