This book (part of a series) is a fun romantic read. I love the hero and heroine. They are very believable with their flaws and virtues. The hero, Sir Marmaduke, is a character in other novels of the series, and I was glad to see he had a book of his own. I was starting to feel sorry for him. He's a champion, but a bit of a romantic underdog, so to speak, because of his battle scarred face. I highly recommend Bride of the Beast, along with all the other books in this series by Ms. Welfonder!
Larger-than-life characters and a scenic setting add color to Welfonder's 14th-century romance.Character-driven and fast-paced, Bride of the Beast is a very enjoyable, romantic read. Don't miss it!
Very sweet romance with characters who aren't perfect, which makes them more believable and endearing.
Book two of the Mackenzie trilogy-Excellent
I was interested by the write up but did not live up to its promise.
It eas OK. Kind of slow going.
Winner of The Historical Romance Club's Historical Romance of the Year for 2003.
Lady Catherine Keith needs no man but her sister thinks not and sends a make believe husband. Catherine thinks he wants her lands but she will be suprised when she realized what he is really after
A headstrong lady, a batttle- torn knight, a lesson in temptation! Twice wed and twice widowed
Lady Catherine Keith has no need for a champion,