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Daniel's Bride
Daniel's Bride
Author: Linda Lael Miller
When a woman has to choose between death and marriage to a total stranger, she must be in a dire predicament . . . — And for Jolie McKibben, about to pay by hanging for a terrible crime she didn't commit, salvation by marriage couldn't come a moment too soon. Housekeeping for Daniel Beckham, a widower who invoked the town's wedding or...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671731663
ISBN-10: 0671731661
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 130 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
My Amazon review - I've read many romance novels where sex is all two people in a marriage of convenience have in common, but this book is special. Miller instills a level of tenderness in this relationship that is missing from so many novels, and makes the reader ache for both the hero who still mourns his dead wife and the heroine who is trying her best to connect with him. The conflict of wanting someone and yet not really trusting them is so sharp in this story, yet the reader always has a sense of hope for this special couple and it is very realistic when the walls finally come down. This book is a keeper for Miller fans or those new to her work.
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Helpful Score: 2
I really loved this book, a lovable strong woman on one side and a hardworking, handsome man on the other....a match made in heaven???
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Helpful Score: 2
This was such a good read. I felt so bad for this heroine. She just wanted someone to love her. She finally found that someone in Daniel Beckham
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Helpful Score: 2
This book got me hooked from the first page! It was a real page turner.
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Helpful Score: 2
sweet story- a mismatched pair find love after an unusual start.
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Hot bed and a cowering heroine.
While the hero and heroine can burn and explode like a supernova, I'd like to note that more than half the time the heroine's inaction because of fear from the beginning of the book to the end is quite annoying.
It is true she does not have trouble speaking her mind at normal times but when it matters she just withdraw like turtle.
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Very good! The author builds the characters together very well and gives the story a strong emotional pull that I did not expect.