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What the community says about The Bride (Lairds' Fiancées)
- "This book really let me delve into the anxiety and dread that I was hoping it would have. This isn't a typical romance novel in that it isn't a straight forward love story. There are complications that arise and I really felt awash in the conflicted feelings that Jamie experiences. Ultimately it makes the romantic portions of the book that much sweeter."
- "This is a beautiful full length novel of one such marriage, except the way the H/h come together has many obstacles to their HEA. I loved this story. Before Julie Garwood started writing suspense contemporary novels I knew her from her beautiful historical romance novels. This one is one of my top favorite by the author and highly recommended. It is a safe read. Heat factor is steamy. This is a must read for anyone that loves historical romance novels."
- "I was thinking about Macbeth, and that got me in the mood for romance. The Bride is a satisfying book, with the usual fake protest that the #metoo movement tries so hard to deny. I was eager to read about the barbarian plunging his stiff resolve into Jamie, and wasn't disappointed when Alec finally got around to it. "
- "We're looking for the best romance novels of the 20th century and although this was written in the 20th century, it isn't groundbreaking in any way. It's your run of the mill paperback novel. It features a plucky heroine and a gruff but lovable hero. I would say it's a fun read but not something you're going to go out of your way to read again."
- "This is an excellent medieval Scotland novel. It is one of my three favorite Julie Garwood novels; all three are set in the Scottish Highlands during the Middle Ages. Julie Garwood really brings those times to life. The two main characters are two of my favorites from any book. They are both interesting, strong-willed, strong-minded, courageous, and proud. I love their interactions, and I immensely enjoyed getting to know them as they got to know and love each other. Also, I couldn't help but admire a heroine who could start three feuds in a matter of days without even trying. There are so many hilarious parts in this book that I sometimes reread it when I need to uplift my spirits. There is only one thing I don't love about this book: It ends. "