Book Reviews of Kentucky Bride

Kentucky Bride
Kentucky Bride
Author: Nora Hess
ISBN-13: 9780843932539
ISBN-10: 0843932538
Publication Date: 4/1992
Pages: 441
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Kane seemed to be a great guy-until he decided his crotch had more brains than him. Okay get this straight. He married her because he loved her-but didn't know if she loved him. It's not like they had don't anything to produce a baby-before the marriage. So why would this hardcore bachelor marry a woman who might never love him? And does this cause him to jump to stupid conclusions? I think it does. D'lise had a better reason. She had been beaten severly by her uncle and wary of all men-but didn't Kane prove himself time and again to be on her side. And the whole reason that things went to hell pretty fast-Kane made D'lise afraid of him after month's of marriage, went out got drunk, and went to their old house. Raven-ugly Indian woman-sneakes into his bed-she had been his "lady" and proceeded to make it look like he had been with her. D'lise gets made, doesn't ask for an explaination and leaves. Just dumb really really dumb. Jackass the lot of them. But there is a very good adventure to it read it.
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so good finished in one day!!!!!
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Fleeing her abusive uncle,young D'Lise Alexander trusted no man..until she was rescued by virile trapper Kane Devlin.His rugged strenght and tender concern convinced D'Lise she would find a safe haven in his backwoods homestead,There,amid the simple pleasures of cornhuskings and barn raisings,she discovered that Kane had kindled a blaze of desire that burned even hotter than the flames in his rugged stone hearth.Beneath his soul-stirring kisses she forgot her fears,forgot everything except her longing to become his sweet Kentuckt Bride.
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A great book about a young lady rescued from a bad situation, and a man learning that not all beautiful women are bad.
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Living with her gentle mother who dies and an abusive stepfather in 1781, a young woman runs into the forest to be rescued by a traveler who takes her to his home and introduces her to a kinder life than she has ever known and gives a home to her brothers. A very good story.
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Fleeing her abusive Uncle, young D'lise Alexander trusted no man...until she was rescued by virile trapper Kane devlin. His rugged strength and tender concern convinced D'lise she would find a safe haven in his backwoods homestead. There, amid the simple pleasures of cornhuskings and barn raisings, she discovered that kane had kindled a blaze of desire that burned even hotter than the flames in his rugged stone hearth. Beneath his soul stirring kisses she forgot her fears, forgot everything except her longing to become his sweet...KENTUCKY BRIDE