Sarah Hancock agrees to her dying mother's request that she marry Adam Rutland, whom she loves, but not in "that" way. When she moves to Fort Charles and is forced to deal with Adam's battle-ax of a mother on a daily basis, Sarah's life seems doomed to despair--until rescue comes in the form of handsome Army scout Orion Beaudine.
Reviewer: Lena Kendrick-Varnell (Knoxville, TN) -
I must admit I was skeptical at first...I had never heard of Jessica Wulf until I found Hunter's Bride in a bargain bin at my local bookstore. Being an avid reader of romance and always looking for a new book, I bought it and took it home. This book was better than any Jude Deveraux book, Julie Garwood, or Nora Roberts I had ever read!! I was amazed! The book is fabulous. I fell in love with Orion Beaudine and his brothers, and I felt a kinship with Sarah, the heroine, as no other before. I was instantly captiveted, and the book kept my interest the whole way through. Through hardship after hardship, through predjudice and spite, the two prove that love does conquer all! I cried when i finished this book because i wanted to read more. So I found Grey Eagle's Bride, another in the trilogy of the Beaudine Brothers. I have yet to read Joseph's bride but I can't wait!!! My new favorite author took Jude Deveraux's place and I am waiting anxiously for her next books!