This 3rd book in the Bride Trilogy was as excellent as the 1st two ... each book was unique and wonderfully written! The characters and storylines were fascinating in each book.
Boring and long winded. Pass on this one.
Good story, with some interesting charecters from her Bride and Fallen Angel's series. The heroine is Cahterine's daughter from Micheal's story.
historical romance-yankee saves australian from being a captive in the East Indies.
Alexandra Warren ventures to Australia as a young bride eager for adventure. A dozen years later she is returning home as widow and mother when a pirate attack separates her from her beloved daughter and condemns Alex to a life of servitude. Then a miracle arrives in the form of a steely-eyed Yankee captain willing to risk everything to set her free.
A shocking turn of events brings an unexpected alliance with her rescuer, and Gavin and Alex arrive in London as intimate strangers joined by too many painful secrets. Yet attraction and affection soon overcome the trial of their first meeting. Until the past reaches out to change Gavin's lifeand threatens the passionate love he has found with his irresistible bartered bride.
Lovely widow Alexandra Warren and her young daughter are sailing from Australia to the haven of her family in London when pirates attack their ship and they are captured, separated, and Alex is sold into slavery. Six months later, Captain Gavin Elliott drops anchor at the island of Maduri and is shocked to find a European woman being auctioned in the slave market. Alex clings to hope when the handsome sea captain offers to buy her, but the ruling Sultan of Maduri has plans for Gavin and shrewdly views Alex's plight as a means to control him. Through strength, courage, and wisdom, Gavin thwarts the Sultan's plans, but after surviving the dangers of the South Seas, Alex and Gavin are faced with a more lethal threat when they arrive in London. This time, whether either of them will survive the evil that threatens their lives is anyone's guess.
Third book in the Bride Trilogy.
I thorougly enjoyed reading this book!
It is rare that I feel I really must write a review. This book was really bad! I usually love Mary Jo Putney, but if you haven't read this one, please give it a pass. I sped read the beginning and kept thinking it must get better. It never did. I have never like rape in novels, I lost track of the number of times it was described, enacted or discussed in this book. The description of how the main character serviced her husband - really, does this have to be described at all? Just yuck! I used to keep Putney's on my shelf as a sure to fulfill "good read". No longer. I am kind of scared to open another after this one.
Merchant prince Gavin Elliot saves Alexandra Warren from slavery in the East Indies.
I enjoyed the Bride Trilogy
WOW! What a riveting story. I couldn't put the book down until I finished it.
I couldn't put this book down. I loved it!