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Bogus Bride

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He Married The Wrong Sister....Ten Years after he left England, Sam Jardine wrote home for a bride, but instead of the angelic beauty he remembered, the fiery Caitlin Parr had arrived on America's shores.

A decade of silent infatuation had finally paid off. Caitlin knew she wasn't Sam's first choice, but she vowed that he would never regret making her his wife, and the fire
ebook, 304 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s (first published 1997)
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After waiting 10 years to hear from the man she loved, Caitlin Parr was eager to follow Samuel Jardine to America regardless of the fact that he mistakenly wrote her sisters name, Caitryn on the personal letter that accompanied the marriage proposal. Maine 1842 - Waiting on the docks for his soon to be bride, Sam was momentarily shocked to find that the wrong sister had accepted his offer. Making the best of the situation and not letting on that he had made a mistake, the marriage went forward, ...more
Love this theme but.....

Just couldn't get into the story, skimmed through most of the book! Didn't really care what happened to the characters.
Demasiadas vueltas sobre el mismo asunto.
I was more than halfway through this when I set it aside for 2 months, so I am officially giving up on it. An American colonizer writes to a family in his old village to send his old friend as his bride. The wrong sister sets sail, and of course he comes to appreciate her after he marries her. The vivid, colorful scenery of the old Northeast isn't enough to make me finish the book.
Caitlin Parr-Jardine is one hell of a woman! As Samuel described her, a doctor, a passionate lover and one hell of an enemy! I so love the story all in all. With all its twist and turns, you sure would keep the pages turning.
Did she betray her sister? Did he marry the wrong sister? Caitlin vows to make Sam love her.

Who the hell cares?
Ok historical romance read.
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Emily writes for Harlequin Historicals. She enjoys writing about the past, because there are a lot of issues you can raise in a historical novel that become more difficult in a contemporary novel. Her books are set in many different periods: 1204 in Wales, 1640 Wisconsin and 1757 Connecticut through to 1842 Maine and the Manhattan of 1865. Emily’s heroines are women who were unable to do the sorts ...more
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