Book Reviews of Barely a Bride (Free Fellows League, Bk 1)

Barely a Bride (Free Fellows League, Bk 1)
Barely a Bride - Free Fellows League, Bk 1
Author: Rebecca Hagan Lee
ISBN-13: 9780425191248
ISBN-10: 0425191249
Publication Date: 8/2003
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Barely a Bride (Free Fellows League, Bk 1) on + 90 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
I have two complaints about this book - the first would be that I couldn't put it down, pulled an all-nighter and am yawning fit to beat the band today, and second is that it ended TOO SOON.

The second reason is the ONLY reason that this book will be leaving my Keeper stash and going back into circulation. After falling for these two (and what a wonderful twosome they are!)and watching them grow & become ever more endearing, the inevitable crisis Griff faces after returning from the war is swiftly dealt with leaving me feeling a bit empty & lost.

The book needs at least 5 more chapters to deal with poor Griff's grief and the monstrous adjustments necessary to the whirlwind changes accompanying his return.

I loved this story ... it just needs MORE.
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Helpful Score: 1
Love this series. How friendships are developed & last & how a woman can change everything.
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Helpful Score: 1
A quick, easy, entertaining read. I'm looking forward to reading the others in this trilogy.
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very enjoyable Regency era book. I really liked it.
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Very touching story. Loved it
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About the single men of the Free Fellows League. Set in 1793. I did not read this, but according to one reviewer, "Rebecca Hagen Lee taps into every woman's fantasy." (Christina Dodd)