A Bride Most Begrudging

A Bride Most Begrudging

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Virginia Colony, 1643. Taken prisoner on a ship departing England, Lady Constance Morrow is nearly unrecognizable by the time she arrives in the colonies aboard a ship carrying goods and "tobacco brides." Farmer Drew O'Connor is seeking not a wife but a maid to tend his house and care for his young sister. Still, after an unusual series of events, he is all but forced to marry the feisty redhead, who claims to be the daughter of an earl and wants to go back to England. Both headstrong and determined, Drew and Constance seem to be in perpetual disagreement about her expected responsibilities and her unconventional ideas, but there is a fiery energy between them that refuses to be denied. However, Drew made a promise, and he will honor it . . . even if it means sending her home.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota :, Bethany House,, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780764230608
Branch Call Number: FICTION Gist Deeanne
Characteristics: 453 pages ;,19 cm


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Jun 11, 2017

I enjoyed it--it kept me turning pages all the way until the end. I particularly enjoyed this unfamiliar era.

Jul 06, 2016

I enjoyed Constance's spunk and perseverance while Drew was a typical hero but believable. Easy but enjoyable read.

Feb 10, 2010

I can not recommend this book. Once the characters "fall in love" one of them wants to end their relationship over very minor issues.

The story just seems to drag on and on at that point, giving the characters reasons to ignore each other, and is the cause of pointless fights.


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