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THE BRIDE
by Carolyn Davidson

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1894 New Mexico

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Davidson has written a sweet and sensual romance about an arrogant cowboy determined to wed and the willful woman who captures his heart. The action is quick, and the dialogue fast and moving. Readers are in for a treat.

Isabella Montgomery's late father sequestered in a convent until she comes of age. He gave her in marriage to a man 30 years her senior, but she decides to become a nun rather than wed when a handsome stranger rescues her.

Rafael McKenzie has heard stories about a beautiful innocent locked in a convent and decides she'll be his bride. He kidnaps her and takes her
to his homestead, the Diamond Ranch, where he discovers that his chosen bride is not as meek as he presumed.

Scared of her future and his sexual needs, Isabella runs back to the convent. On the way she's captured by her previous fiance, a man feared for his cruelty. Will Rafael rescue her in time? (HQN, Feb., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Maria C. Ferrer

Publisher: HQN

Published: February 2008

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