Book Reviews of Ransomed Bride (Brides of Montclair, Bk 2)

Ransomed Bride (Brides of Montclair, Bk 2)
Ransomed Bride - Brides of Montclair, Bk 2
Author: Jane Peart
ISBN-13: 9780310473121
ISBN-10: 0310473128
Publication Date: 9/1986
Pages: 252
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing House
Book Type: Paperback
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Lorabeth fled from an arranged marriage in England, only to arrive at the Virginia home of a grandmother she had never met. She was a total stranger due to the scandalous elopement of her mother some 20 years prior. Hoping to become a member of a "real" family, instead she falls helplessly and hopelessly in love with her first cousin, Cameron Montrose whom she had never known. The entire book revolves primarily around their complicated, clandestine romance which continues even after both of them are betrothed to another person.
If there is one surprise that Peart is able to pull off, it is when Lorabeth's mother is invited to Virginia to attend her wedding to the son of a wealthy family, hence - two famous Virginia families united by a marriage. The results are a nice, surprising twist.
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good book
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"When Lorabeth first arrived in Virginia, unannounced, unescorted and with little but the clothing on her back, she only wanted to escape an arranged marriage back in England. Instead, she found a handsome stranger whose deep blue eyes held hers in an entrancing stare that set her heart racing. Lorabeth learned too late that this captivating man was her cousin Cameron Montrose. Despite her efforts to put thoughts of Cameron out of her mind, he refused to be forgotten. He vowed to find a way for their forbidden love to be accepted by family, faith, and honor."
This is the second book in the Brides of Montclair series. A very sweet, tender story.
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good romance book
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THE KEY TO THEIR HAPPINESS LAY TRAPPED IN THE SECRET OF HER PAST

When she first arrived in Virginia, unannounced, unescorted and with little but the clothin on her back, Lorabeth only wanted to escape an arranged marriage back in England. Instead she found a handsome stranger whose deep blue eyes held hers in an entrancing stare that set her heart racing. Lorabeth learned too late that this captivating man was her cousin Cameron Montrose.

Despite Lorabeth's efforts to put thoughts of Cameron out of her mind, he refused to be forgotten. He vowed to find a way for their forbidden love to be accepted by family, faith and honor.
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When she first arrived in Virginia, unannounced, unescorted and with little but the clothing on her back, Lorabeth only wanted to escape an arranged marriage back in England. Instead she found a handsome stranger whose deep blue eyes held hers in an entrancing stare that set her heart racing. Lorabeth learned o late that this captivating man was her cousin Cameron Montrose
Despite Lorabeth's efforts to put thoughts of Cameron out of her mind, he refuses to be forgotten. He vowed to find a way for their forbidden love to be accepted by family, faith, and honor.