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by Cheryl Reavis

  • Author: Cheryl Reavis
  • ISBN: 0373292406
  • ISBN13: 978-0373292400
  • ePub: 1390 kb | FB2: 1274 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Erotica
  • Publisher: Harlequin (January 1, 2003)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 372
  • Format: lrf mbr rtf txt
The Forbidden Bride ePub download

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They were playing with fire that could destroy them both. The seams of this book are too narrow to be scanned.

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Cheryl Reavis Author. November 10 at 4:02 PM. The forbidden bride. This is especially helpful if you happen to write historical novels and you need an idea for a book or you need to enhance an idea you already have. The forbidden bride nd a Saracen's daughter, exiled to America. The young woman, hidden away in a rough gold mining town in North Carolina, forbidden by her autocratic father to ever marry. The photos below were taken on Morrow Mountain, where a real doctor lived in the 1840s, one who is known to have insisted that his two daughters stay spinsters. THE FORBIDDEN BRIDE Kindle eBook, Kindle Unlimited.

The mail had arrived, each letter carefully placed on a silver tray for the judge’s perusal. She could read the addresses clearly. None of them was in Thomas’s handwriting. None of them was for he. .Given the chance, she had no doubt that she would recognize anything written in his hand quite easily now. She was ashamed of how many times she had reread his letter to Elizabeth Channing. She couldn’t seem to help herself, and she couldn’t seem to part with it-when she should have shredded it and tossed it in the nearest fire. She knew exactly why she hadn’t.

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Promise Me You'll Help He. Former Union soldier Jeremiah "Jack" Murphy should never have given his word to a dying man, especially a Rebel. Maria Markham had survived the War only to tolerate the Occupation - barely, while daily facing haunting memories of loss. The free online library containing 500000+ books. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Cheryl Reavis does a great job with THE BRIDE FAIR, a story that could have been mediocre if written by another . Both this book and its previous partner won RITA awards (see below)

Cheryl Reavis does a great job with THE BRIDE FAIR, a story that could have been mediocre if written by another author. The romance takes place two years after the Civil War ended when everyone was trying to pick up the pieces to their lives and move on. Bitterness is fresh with the people that are native to the South. Both this book and its previous partner won RITA awards (see below). Cheryl Reavis pulls no punches about losses during the Civil War. Maria Markham has lost a fiancee and two brothers. She has grown used to doing without and suffering indignities from the conquering Union soldiers (who are keeping the peace in her hometown).

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The Bride Fair Cheryl Reavis. Acclaim for Cheryl Reavis’s recent historicals. A sensual, emotionally involving romance. Литагент HarperCollins EUR. Maria Markham had survived the War only to tolerate the Occupation–barely, while daily facing haunting memories of loss. But then Max Woodard, an enigmatic Army colonel with a gentle heart, offered her passion and a loving partnership in a brave new worl. Though a former prisoner of war, Colonel Max Woodard vowed to deal fairly with the Southerners under his governance. He yearned to understand them, most particularly Maria Markham, a womanly mix of true grit and glory.

Another 10 star story!! I've just discovered another favorite author; the Prisoner was the first. This beautiful love story is very real with in depth characters. Jane was learning the healing arts from her prestigious doctor father. He was very controlling with his family. Scion, his son, had been disowned since he didn't want to follow in Dad's foot steps; but Jane seems to have the gift. Tregear is a Cornishman working the gold mine as an explosives expert in North Carolina (never knew this). Their story is of a forbidden love since Jane's father has forbidden any suitors from courting any of his daughters so none have. Jane never knew this she just thought she was not attractive enough. However her sister Eugenie is beautiful so now she believes Tregear when he tells her this. The story keeps the reader on edge with suspense during the mine explosion and when typhoid fever strikes. Jane treats the citizens of Gold Hill as she always did with kindness and healing. Her father, while a brilliant doctor, always looks down on the families of the miners. Tregear is a thorn in his side since Jane looks to be falling in love with him. What's a control freak father to do? If you love Nicholas Sparks kind of stories you love this story. Diamondgirl
No one writes setting like Cheryl Reavis does, and this book makes me need to go back to North Carolina. Add to that characters with such depth you never really understand them completely, and you have a read that leaves you as enthralled as it does exhausted. Because you go through every single thing with Jane and Tregear and Eugenie and Milla and Sion not as just an observer but as one of them.

I will say if you're looking for lighthearted or "just a romance," this is the wrong place. Fullhearted, yes, and much, much more than "just a romance."
The plot in this book is rather unique Newly arriving men of Gold Hill, NC, are immediately told that they are not to try to attract the attention -- or try to court -- the doctor's two daughters. The daughters are not told this; they just think they are not attractive enough for a man to be interested in either of them. Tregear is an explosives expert working in the gold mine. From Cornwall, he carries heaps of baggage from his life in England.

Jane Ennis is one of Dr. Ennis' daughters; she's the one who is trying to learn the healing arts from her father. When the story opens, Dr. Ennis has already disowned his son, Sion, because he is not interested in following in his father's footsteps. Readers can quickly understand that the doctor is aloof from the citizens he serves. However, Jane is a caring and interested healer.

On a strange and rainy night, Jane and Treager meet over a patient who desperately needs Jane's help. The main characters have great depth and they must battle against their feelings and society's abhorrence of the interest Jane and Traeger show in each other. I particularly liked the fact that there was plenty of action; readers could see what the characters were feeling without an excess of internal dialogue.

The evolution of Dr. Ennis' character is particularly interesting. We can see that he is cold to both his family and the townspeople. But as he feels more threatened, he increases his strangle-hold on his children. There is no doubt that something will have to give way; passions are too high for the tension to continue very long.

This is quite a powerful story about the evil that can be done in a family, all in the name of love.
The Forbidden Bride is a wonderful story, filled with twists and turns and surprises, not all of them good! It reminded me a lot of Catherine Cookson's books. She wrote of true Cornish folk....
From the description in the book...They were playing with a fire that could destroy them both! Tregear was listening to the song intently, and his face revealed a depth of emotion Jane doubted he even realized. She understood two things about him immediately. That he hadn't come to this country willingly and that he wanted nothing more than to return home again. When he took his seat near Jane, it was all she could do to keep her resolve never to even attempt to thank him again. She lost the battle to remain indifferent to his second good deed involving her family... 'You would not let me voice my gratitude before. And now - my sister 'There is no need for gratitude. However, I have something I want to say to you,' Tregear interrupted. Jane made no attempt to acknowledge the remark. Tregear simply waited until her curiosity got the better, and she dared to look into his eyes. 'Milla Dunwiddie's child is not mine.'
I found the book boring and Jane undecided/ indecisive about everything! I like the women in the stories I, to be strong and not wishy/washy! A little more depth of plot would have improved the book, also!
Cheryl Reavis does a superb job in this romantic tale where the hero and heroine are so far apart on the society scale that the prospect of them ever living happily ever after is remote at best. He is a coal miner who possesses little except a hardened heart and a past he'd like to forget. She is the beautiful and intelligent daughter of a wealthy possessive doctor who unknown to her has plans to keep her for himself - like a prized horse. Yet when Jane and Treagar meet, they sense their destiny but realize the cost of yielding to their feelings. This book is a keeper!
Janet Kendall
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