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Caleb's Bride

3.39  ·  Rating Details ·  67 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Fleeing a typhus epidemic in Boston, Roxanne Sherwood ran headlong into a band of Indians and was immediately taken captive. At the mercy of the fierce warriors, Roxy feared for her life...until a white stranger claimed her as his wife. His well-fitting buckskins outlined every detail of his tall, muscular body, and the smoldering look in his dark eyes left no doubt of his ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 315 pages
Published December 28th 2003 by Love Spell (first published June 1st 1978)
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Oh, for the love of God! That was quite possibly THE stupidest book I've ever read.

Sad thing is, I was warned. I often check out JennyG's ratings before reading something, because I almost always agree with her exactly (or within one star) in the rating. Well, I agreed alright! One star and that's only because you can't give negative stars. Good heavens, why do I allow my morbid curiosity get the better of me. Will I ever learn? It's like I can't resist reading something if I'm strongly warned
The summary of the plot was interesting, though her journey out west away from the epidemic, was a missed opportunity - and I couldn't buy off that she'd go unescorted at that time in history. It wans't the only one. I thought the idea behind the plot was interesting - and there were some good bouts with description and historical touches, but the emotional journey was too easy.
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Shelves: horrifically-bad
I usually like Norah Hess's books, however, there were a few things that turned me off about the book. One being the guy was a man-whore and the over-all story was really far-fetched.
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calebs bride 1 2 Jan 09, 2014 03:12AM  
Always a daydreamer, and often scolded for it by the grandmother who raised her, Norah Hess always wanted to be a writer. At eighteen, she was sent to Chicago to live with an aunt after her grandmother's death. It was there that she met her husband. After raising three children, Norah decided to write her first novel, and since then has had fifteen published romances. After her husband passed ...more
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