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THE WEDDING DRESS
by Kimberly Cates

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Cates' story has an interesting premise and a strong connection to historical legend. Although the novel's pacing is rather slow, and some characters speak and behave in an unbelievable manner, there are some creative myth and mystery elements that remains captivating throughout the story.

Movie actress Emma McDaniel travels from the U.S. to Scotland to prepare for her role as a legendary lady warrior. She's determined to prove that she can play a more complex character than she has in prior films. She's barely set foot on Scottish soil, however, when her instructor, archeologist Dr. Jared Butler, crosses her path -- and not in a good way.

Jared is haunted by ghosts -- medieval ones, yes, but also personal specters
that keep him from delving into romantic relationships. In spite of their "hate at
first sight," or maybe because of it, Jared finds himself battling his feelings for Emma. Jared and Emma have to do some soul searching to deal with the issues that arise, and neither expects the discoveries they make -- on the archeological site
or within their cautious hearts. (HQN, May, 448 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: HQN

Published: May 2007

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