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His Bonnie Bride
His Bonnie Bride
Author: Hannah Howell
ISBN-13: 9780843953015
ISBN-10: 0843953012
Publication Date: 1/2004
Pages: 368
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Previously titled Amber Flame.
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previously published as Amber Flame
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All along the border, battle was a way of life as both Englishment and Scots rode off across the moors to do as their fathers had done and their fathers before them. So when Storm Eldon was kidnapped by her family's ancestral enemies, she knew there were rules to be honored on both sides. If her stepmother agreed to the ransom demand, Storm would not be harmed by Tavis MacLagan, the handsome Highland warrior who held her captive. But as days of waiting turned into weeks, it began to be clear that in this contest of wills, no one was fighting fair. Tavis's hands-off policy had changed into an all-out siege of the senses, and Storm realized she was less interested in guarding her virtue than becoming...His Bonnie Bride.
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very,very,good
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Great book. I love Howell's Scottish brogue and her sense of humor. I accidently bought two copies of the book.
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I really liked the Heroine in this book. She was one of the least naive characters i have ever read.
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Early Hannah Howell Scottish romance. Very good!
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All along the border, battle was a way of life as both Englishmen and Scots rode off across the moors to do as their fathers had done and their fathers before them. So when Storm Eldon was kidnapped by her family's ancestral enemies, she knew there were rules to be honored on both sides. If her stepmother agreed to the ransom demanded, Storm would not be harmed by Tavis MacLagan, the handsome Highland warrior who held her captive. But as days of waiting turned to weeks, it began to be clear that in this contest of wills, no one was fighting fair. Tavis' hands-off policy had changed into an all out siege of the senses, and Storm realized she was less interested in guarding her virtue than becoming... HIS BONNIE BRIDE
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All along the border, battle was a way of life as both Englishmen and Scots rode off across the moors to do as their fathers had done and their fathers before them. So when Storm Eldon was kidnapped by her family's ancestral enemies, she knew there were rules to be honored by both sides. If her stepmother agreed to the ransom demanded, Storm would not be harmed by Tavis MacLagan, the handsome Highland warrior who held her captive. But as days of waiting turned into weeks, it began to be clear that in this contest of wills, no one was fighting fair. Tavis's hands-off policy had changd into an all-out siege of the senses, and Storm realized she was less interested in guarding her virtue than becoming ... His Bonnie Bride.
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Great love story
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When Storm Eldon was kidnapped by her family's ancestral enemies, she knew there were rules to be hornored by both sides. If her stepmother agreed to the ransom demanded, Storm would not be harmed by Tavis MacLagan, the handsome Highland warrior who held her captive. But as days of waiting turned into weeks, it began to be clear that in this contest of wills, no one was fighting fair.
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All along the border, battle was a way of life as both Englishmen and Scots rode off across the moors to do as their fathers had done and their fathers before them. So when Storm Eldon was kidnapped by her familys ancestral enemies, she knew there were rules to be honored by both sides. If her stepmtoher agrred to the ransom demanded, Storm would not be harmed by Tavis MacLagan, the handsome HIghland warrior who held her captive. But as days of waiting turned to weeks, it began to be clear that in this contest of wills, no one was fighting fair. Tavis's hands-off policy had changed into an all out siege of the senses and Storm realized she was less interested in guarding her viture than becoming his bonnie bride.
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Very Good!! Hannah Howell is always good.
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I have not read this. Just not a fan of historical romance.