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Book Review: The Warrior’s Bride

Robert MacAulay, heir to the influential Baron of Ardincaple, will risk everything to help his father and his clan. But when Rob becomes involved in a legal tempest stirred by an irresistibly maddening lady, his mission is threatened before it begins . . .

Lady Muriella MacFarlan is impulsive, mercurial, and sometimes illogical. She is a spinner, not just of yarns and threads but also of stories. She can gild the lily or tell a half-truth. When her active imagination lands her in the suds, she’s forced to turn to the ever truthful and blunt-spoken Rob for help. Their destinies now entwined, Rob and Muriella may discover that love is one truth that cannot be denied . . .

My Review of The Warrior’s Bride

I love reading books about the past and I really enjoy reading historical romance. I find the Scottish romances so interesting because they usually take place in a time when men were real men and women were respected by the men around them. (Yes, I know they were usually treated like crap by some, but still most respected them)

I love the characters of Robert and Muriella. Muriella is a very independent women and knows exactly what she wants, then when she opens her mouth she finds the future she has planned has changed.

This book left me thinking about my life and all of the plans I had once. Nothing has worked out but all of that has formed who I am today. Usually romance books don’t make you think, but for some reason this one spoke to me and made me realize that sometimes what we have planned for ourselves is not really what we want or need.

My Rating of this book


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