The Enchanted Bride (2020)

The Enchanted Bride Ellen Tanner Marsh The Enchanted Bride Her father s will was clear Jewel MacKenzie had to marry within a year of his death or lose her beloved ancestral home Determined to preserve her clan s heritage and maintain her independence the Sco
  • Title: The Enchanted Bride
  • Author: Ellen Tanner Marsh
  • ISBN: 9780843940718
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Enchanted Bride Ellen Tanner Marsh Her father s will was clear Jewel MacKenzie had to marry within a year of his death or lose her beloved ancestral home Determined to preserve her clan s heritage and maintain her independence, the Scottish beauty spurned the eligible bachelors in the Grampian Mountains Never one to lose herself in visions of living happily ever after, she chose to wed Tor Cameron a wortHer father s will was clear Jewel MacKenzie had to marry within a year of his death or lose her beloved ancestral home Determined to preserve her clan s heritage and maintain her independence, the Scottish beauty spurned the eligible bachelors in the Grampian Mountains Never one to lose herself in visions of living happily ever after, she chose to wed Tor Cameron a worthless convict who wouldn t dare challenge her authority in business or in bed.Tor was everything Jewel needed in a husband He was strong enough to perform hard labor in her distillery and shrewd enough to appease the female hating businessmen who bought her family s whiskey But Jewel didn t count on the unexpected yearning her virile husband roused in her untouched heart And when secrets from Tor s past came to light, Jewel faced a danger that might leave her lonely and miserable or blissfully content asThe Enchanted Bride.
The Enchanted Bride Ellen Tanner Marsh

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One thought on “The Enchanted Bride

  1. Aditya /

    I found this book very annoying I liked the characters except that they kept behaving foolishly and kept lying in unproductive and cowardly ways Additionally, the last few chapters were mostly terrible The last chapter did end sufficiently well Overall, this book had two star sections mixed with four star sections which led me to grudgingly give a three.

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