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The Bride by Julie Garwood
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Feb 22, 11

bookshelves: historical-romance
Read in February, 2011

England & Scotland 1102 - Always having a place in her fathers house was the one thing Jamie, the adoptive daughter of Baron Jamison, could count on. Her place in the household, ever since she was born, had always kept her busy but also gave her a scenes of security and a feeling of being needed. News that two of her older sisters would be married off soon by the Kings orders, filled her with dread, for them, because she knew how difficult of a time they would each have adjusting to that type of situation. Arriving at his destination, Alec Kincaid was confronted by a fellow countrymen wanting to know things that a simple stable master should never ask of a Laird. Discovering through the Scot that his Baron master was planning on hiding away one of his daughters so that she could not be his choice for a bride only made Alec’s decision easier, he would chose Jamie for himself.

This is a new author for me. I enjoyed the humor and the timing of the humor as well as the more sentimental emotions. While the plot became transparent from the first chapter, the writing style was a delight to find in this historical romance.
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