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The Bride Finder by Susan Carroll
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Aug 21, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: historical-romance-faves, my-favorite-reads

I loved this book! I first discovered Susan Carroll's Dark Queen series and was impressed, so I decided to go back and read her earlier works. The Bride Finder is the first and best of the St. Leger trilogy. It's a beautiful, original love story between two wonderfully drawn characters: the dark and wounded Anatole St. Leger, and the smart and spritely Madeline Breton. Bound by a magical legacy, Anatole dispatches the Bride Finder, who comes from a long line of Bride Finders charged with helping the St. Leger men find the perfect mates to fulfill the destiny of the family. But what he brings back is not what Anatole had in mind. How can this tiny, delicate woman possibly have the strength and courage to withstand his family's dark heritage and even darker secrets? From their first awkward meeting to the last page of the book, their story is superbly told through engaging scenes, sparkling dialogue, and sweeping imagery of the Cornwall coast. I couldn't put it down and when I finished it I was left completely satisfied, happy to have found such a great read!
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message 1: by Misfit (new)

Misfit I loved this trilogy, lots of good fun.

Jenny Q I read these years ago and just found my reviews on Amazon and realized I hadn't posted them here. The second book was weak for me, but I loved the final book. I think I'm going to pull 'em out and read 'em again this fall!

message 3: by Misfit (new)

Misfit IIRC the third book was my favorite, and lots of laugh out loud moments.

Book of Secrets ☕ I loved this book too. It's one of my favorite romances!

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