Book Reviews of The Bride Thief

The Bride Thief
The Bride Thief
Author: Jacquie D'Alessandro
ISBN-13: 9780739424513
ISBN-10: 0739424513
Publication Date: 4/2002
Pages: 357
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Hardcover
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absolutely LOVE this book along with D'Alessandro's other book Red Roses Mean Love. It has the three things that I find crucial in a romance book 1) likeable -if not lovable characters 2) an interesting plot mixed with tension and humor 3)IMPORTANT!- a romantic ending (no - I love you's and thats the end).

This is the type of book that you won't be able to put down. The way D'Alessandro writes makes you feel the love lifting off the page. The tension and passion -no its not sleazly in the least- between these too is unbelievable. You will NOT be tempted to skim this book! All the characters are interesting and the subplots too.
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Enjoyed this book by one of my favorite authors.
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First of her books that I've read. Very good love story.
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I found this story delightful, fun, with a touch of danger, and great characters. It was quite entertaining.
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Great Historical Romance. A man with a troubled past helps young women to escape the unhappy fate of arranged marriages. Great charecters, great conflict.
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Well written story about a nobleman who becomes a "bride thief", absconding with women who were promised in marriage against their will before they are in fact married. He sends the women off to new lives on the continent or colonies in an effort to get over his guilt about his sister's nightmare marriage. He meets up with a candidate that catches his eye, heart and soul. Some tension.
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Loved it! Lots of twists that weren't your usual.
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This is one of those books that you can't put down.
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This is a really cute story and have put it on my keeper shelf.
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Easy read!! Naive heroine -- rugged hero but everything all right or is it?
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Samantha had no intention of beiong betrothed against her will. She had a plan and it dind'nt include being swept into a pair of powerful arms and spirited away by a masked rider.

his exploits were legendary, his life filled with danger. He was the Bride Thief who had his own reasons for helping young woman escape the unhappy fate of arranged marriages.
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This was a great story about a masked man who would help brides escape who were being forced to marry against their will. When Samantha is being forced to marry against her will, she has a plan and tells the Bride Thief that she doesn't need his help. When she meets a man who catches her interest, she still is haunted by the kiss and sympathy of the Bride Thief.
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Very enjoyable and engaging from the first few pages. Fun and easy read to pass the time...definately kept my interest.
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good book loved it.
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This is a very cute story, had fun reading.