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The Stolen Bride (The DeWarenne Dynasty) ebook

by Brenda Joyce


The deWarenne Dynasty Series. 14 primary works, 18 total works. The Prize The Masquerade The Stolen Bride A Lady at Last The Perfect Bride. The Game Scandalous Love After Innocence Th. ore.

The deWarenne Dynasty Series. Medieval Era. The Conqueror Promise of the Rose. Regency Era. Victorian Era. A Dangerous Love An Impossible Attraction The Promise. Contemporary Era. House of Dreams.

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Similar books to The Stolen Bride (The DeWarenne Dynasty Book 6). Try Kindle Countdown Deals Explore limited-time discounted eBooks. This third volume of Joyce's popular de Warenne dynasty (following The Masquerade) features impetuous and independent de Warenne daughter Eleanor, betrothed to a kind, decent and well-connected Englishman, Peter Sinclair. As might be expected, her heart belongs to another: her half-brother and best friend Sean O'Neill, who disappeared from their Irish estate four years earlier.

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The deWarenne Dynasty Family Tree. Did you know that The de Warenne Dynasty spans over a 1000 years in total? House of Dreams is the only Contemporary novel in the series, while in Scandalous Love (from The Bragg Saga) the hero, Hadrian, his grandmother is a deWarenne. On the O’Neill side of the family, The Game, Liam O’Neill is the her of Devlin and Sean O’Neil.

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Praise for Brenda Joyce Joyce’s characters carry considerable emotional weight, which keeps this hefty entry absorbing . redemption, and rebirth, The Stolen Bride lives up to this. reader’s high expectations for a Perfect 10 read.

Praise for Brenda Joyce Joyce’s characters carry considerable emotional weight, which keeps this hefty entry absorbing, and her fast- paced story keeps the pages turning.

You can read book The Stolen Bride by Brenda Joyce in our library for absolutely free. Instead, she would think about the way he had looked at her and the desire she had felt pulsing between them. She could not have misinterpreted that. They had agreed that he would remain in the woods for the day, as there was no way he could steal into the house without, in all likelihood, being detected.

Weary and haunted, Sean is loath to endanger the beautiful, desirable Eleanor. But in a moment’s passion they are forced on the run: Sean has stolen another man’s bride - while Eleanor has stolen Sean’s heart. But in a moment’s passion they are forced on the run: Sean has stolen another man’s bride - while Eleanor has stolen Sean’s hear. mpression. One fee. Stacks of books.

Sean O'Neill was once everything to Eleanor de Warenne—but since he disappeared from his ancestral home, there has been no word, and even Eleanor has abandoned hope, promising her hand to another. Then, just days before her wedding, Sean reappears…but the boy who was once her protector is now a stranger, hardened by prison and on the run.Weary and haunted, Sean is shocked to find that little Elle has become the beautiful, desirable Eleanor. Though he refuses to endanger her by pressing his claim, his resolve to stay away is sorely tested by the determination of a woman who will not be forsaken again. And when, in a moment's passion, Sean steals another man's bride, it is Eleanor who has the power to steal his heart…
Sironynyr
As a fan of Brenda Joyce it gives me no pleasure to admit that I had to force myself to finish reading this book. Without giving away too much of the plot (not that there was much of one) about 300 pages of the book were devoted to Elle saying "I love, you" or "I hate you" and Sean replying "No you don't" or "Marry Sinclair". I actually skipped over 10- 20 pages at a time because the dialogue was so repetitive, and still the action had not moved along. The story doesn't come alive until the last two chapters, but by that point, the interest comes too little, too late.

So far my favorite in the De Warenne series is "A Lady at Last." In that book we see Brenda Joyce at her creative best. "The Stolen Bride", on the other hand, shows signs of lazy writing.
Vosho
The plot did not bother me. The taboo didn't bother me. Step-brother and step-sister erotic/romance did not bother me.

What bothered me was how it was written. First of all, I thought Elle was just a little too...dumb. And Sean, he was so miserable, I wanted to hug him and comfort him myself, and all Elle would do was continue to tell him how she believed they belonged together.

It got better after a while, but then I felt awful for Peter. I wish he could have had his own story! It would have left the reader with a better feeling had he have been a heartless, cruel, rake.

My biggest irritation though, was the exaggerated way the dialogue was. Everything was exclaimed like a soap opera.

But, really, besides these few things, it's not that bad of a story.
Jonide
enjoy reading her
NiceOne
Great
Hbr
I love Brenda Joyce's deWarrene series but this was my least favorite one. I did enjoy it but it was my least favorite of this series.
Hellmaster
I love this book, The love of these two people is very strong. It warmed my heart and gave me a good feeling. I cannot wait to read more or her books.
Gorisar
I just love the de Warrenne Dynasty!! I love reading a new book and already knowing the family. Beautiful story
All I have to say is this. How many times can a man blush! Very repetitive and frustrating.
The Stolen Bride (The DeWarenne Dynasty) ebook
Author:
Brenda Joyce
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