Book Reviews of The Bridal Price (Western Weddings) (Here Come the Grooms, No 7)

The Bridal Price (Western Weddings) (Here Come the Grooms, No 7)
The Bridal Price - Western Weddings - Here Come the Grooms, No 7
Author: Barbara Boswell
ISBN-13: 9780373301072
ISBN-10: 0373301073
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 219
Rating:
  • Currently 2.9/5 Stars.
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2.9 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Carling Templeton has been a not very likable character in several of Barbara Boswell's books. Glad she got her own book. It explained her character flaws and made you cheer this couple on. Kane McClellen was the perfect match.
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Carling Templeton was fit to be tied. here she was, an independent, enlightened twentieth-century woman, about to be sold into marriage like some sort of medieval bride. Even worse, her husband-to-be was the insufferable cattle rancher Kane McClellan. Carling thought he was infuriating, so she never expected her "I won't" to turn to "I will" the second she said "I do." Kane had wanted Carling ever since he'd seen her picture on the society page. True she'd only come to Texas out of dire necessity, yet he was determined to win her proud affection. Sweet Carling was his - bought and paid for. But was he prepared to pay the price of their passionate union?
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A marriage of inconvenience.

Carling Templeton was fit to be tied! Here she was, an independent, enlightened twentieth-century woman--about to be sold into marriage like some sort of medieval bride. Even worse, her husband-to-be was the insufferable cattle rancher Kane McClellan. Carling thought he was infuriating, so she never expected her "I won't" to turn to "I will" the second she said "I do".