Book Reviews of The Captive Bride (Harlequin Historical, No 471)

The Captive Bride (Harlequin Historical, No 471)
The Captive Bride - Harlequin Historical, No 471
Author: Susan Spencer Paul
ISBN-13: 9780373290710
ISBN-10: 0373290713
Publication Date: 7/1/1999
Pages: 296
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Lady Katharine believed that men and marriage were nothing more than paths to lifelong servitude. And Lord Senet, having stolen her home, seemed no exception. Yet though his touch made her feel beautiful and feminine, how could she ever care for a man she could not trust?

Lord Senet Gaillard was an honorable knight. Had there been another path to reclaiming his ancestral castle other than wedding Lady Katharine, he would have taken it. But the deed was done, and now he must woo his reluctant bride--for winning her heart had become more important than life itself.
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Medieval England romance. Storyline could have been much more than it was - just okay.
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Lady Katharine believed that men and marriage were nothing more than paths to lifelong servitude. And Lord Senet, having stolen her home, seemed no exception. Yet though his touch made her feel beautiful and feminine, how could she ever care for a man she could not trust?

Lord Senet Gaillard was an honorable knight. Had there been another path to reclaiming his ancestral castle other than wedding Lady Katharine, he would have taken it. But the deed was done, and now he must woo his reluctant bride--for winning her heart had become more important than life itself.
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I enjoyed this one. The interesting and sometimes quirky characters really brought the story to life.

In a time when women belonged to men and had no rights of their own, a man who gave a woman credit where it was due and welcomed her presence as an equal by his side was a rare thing indeed. But this man's woman was generally expecting the worst and found herself confused at times by his generosity of spirit. Trust was the issue. Isn't it always?