Wedding Bargain
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Wedding Bargain

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"Fear Or Desire?"Charity saw him on the auction block, chained to a post. She needed a man to help protect her land and sons, and he was the only one she could afford, for none dared bid on such a savage-looking creature. Yet the sight of him had her heart pumping with an attraction that threatened Charity's Puritan soul!

An alleged traitor, Rafe Trehearne had been beaten a...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s (first published October 1996)
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Julianna
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"2.5 stars" Based on the synopsis, I really thought that The Wedding Bargain was going to be a book that I would enjoy mainly because of the unusual nature of the setting and characters. There aren't a whole lot of romances set in the American Colonial period to be found, so that alone was intriguing to me. Add to that a Puritan heroine who is struggling with a desire to be independent from her male-dominated society and a hero who is her indentured servant, and you have...more
Audrey
This one didn't really do it for me. The writing is very descriptive, but...I found the narrative voice kind of weird. While I don't necessarily expect historical accuracy, there were just times it read more as a late-1800s European historical than the set-in-1757 colonial America story that it purports to be.

The characters were decent and Rafe is a tortured hero, but I didn't really latch onto them and feel an emotional investment in their HEA.

This book also has anklebiters (Charity's twin boys...more
Sharon Sherman
Interesting look at the colonies and the french and indian war era.
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