The Snow White Bride (Jewels of Kinfairlie, #3)
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The Snow White Bride (The Jewels of Kinfairlie #3)

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In the final book of Delacroix's playful and sexy medieval Jewels of Kinfairlie romance trilogy, the Kinfairlie sisters ask Lady Eleanor to wed their brother, Alexander. Eleanor agrees, expecting only to save herself from danger--not to fall in love. Original.
Mass Market Paperback, 432 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Grand Central Publishing (first published February 24th 2005)
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One of my biggest pet peeves is when authors forget the names of their characters. No matter how minor there should be a check on all names. Suddenly a child went from being Mairi to Megan. Even if it was just one time someone should have caught that!

As for the plot--blerg. I hated Alexander from the first book, he's spineless.

But other than the characters and the name change I thought the writing of this series pretty good. And there were no crazy, completely out of time references that I noti...more
Good book.
Still not as good as the first. Got sick of the lies that keep the characters apart. Just a stupid premis for a storyline. Not even any good reasons for lying, just crap! Will not read any more in this series.
This was a decent read. Eleanor & Alexander were good characters, yet there were too many "big misunderstandings" due to Eleanor's deceptions. The action & mystery almost played out like a "B" movie.
Lady Eleanor, who has suffered two abusive marriages and is pursued by a greedy in-law, marries Alexander.

Good book. Some parts are hard to read, others are re-readable. Good humor.
Alanna Mooney
See here for my review of the entire Jewels Of Kinfairlie series:
Molly Plant
It was ok. I felt that the characters were not the smartest. I really did like the love aspect and that he loved Eleanor with all his heart.
wanda flanagan
I loved this book the whole series is just fabulous.I would love to see what happens to the younger sisters in this seris.
Quite enjoyable. I loved the playfulness of the characters and the simple joy of the book. fun.
Another Awesome book by claire Lovely read, she is some story teller.
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New York Times bestselling author Claire Delacroix sold her first book in 1992, an historical romance called THE ROMANCE OF THE ROSE. Since then, she has published over forty romance novels and novellas, and has also been published under the names Claire Cross and Deborah Cooke. She has an honours degree in history, with a focus on medieval studies. She is an avid reader of medieval vernacular lit...more
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