Sunday, February 13, 2011

A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist

This is a christian book with many references to scripture. It is set back in colonial America were women and men with felonies were shipped over seas to either be brides or indentured servants. Constance Morrow is the daughter of a Lord with a sharp mind for numbers. When her uncle is charged with a crime and awaiting transportation to America Constance finds herself in trouble. Being kidnapped and sold as a bride she tries pleading her case only to be forced into marriage. Before her father can come rescue her, she finds herself in love with the man she is wedded to.

I have read this book at least twenty times and still find it an enjoyable read. It is humorous and historical. I enjoyed reading many books from this author, and hope she is not done writing yet.

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