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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed The Bride of Spring (Seasons' Brides, Bk 2) (Harlequin Historical, No 514) on
Since her father's death Raine Blanchett has assumed the responsibility of keeping her younger brother, Abbernathy, safe until he comes of age. She needs a husband to prevent her cousin from taking them both.
Raine's rash husband hunt leads her straight into the arms of Benedict Ainsworth, Baron of Brackenmoore. Benedict has come to court seeking an audience with King Edward and plans to leave. His plans are foiled when he meets the impulsive and captivating Lady Raine.
Raine decides he is the likely candidate for a husband and devises a scheme to trap Benedict into wedding her. Once they are wed, things do not go quite as Raine has planned. She and her brother accompany her husband to Brackenmoore, and Benedict expects her to be a wife in every sense of the word, and they soon find a rift growing between them.
When a distraught lord seeking vengeance decides to take matters into his own hands, Benedict comes at last to the realization of who is important in his life. Will his discovery come too late?