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Publication Date: 2009
Series: Brides of Montclair
"I won't lose you now!" said Cam in a voice ragged with emotion. The moon moved across the sky from behind the sheltering trees, and suddenly the two of them were enveloped in moonlight. "I love you, and yet I know I have no right to speak to you of this. I'm not free. Im engaged--" "Oh, Cam, dont!" she begged. "It cannot be. It is too late. There is no way--" A tremor coursed through her -- a premonition of danger. This was madness, she knew. The two were as much star-crossed lovers as Romeo and Juliet, theirs as forbidden a love by all the same barriers of family, church, and honor. "There has to be a way. There must be. We'll find a way!" Cam declared as he drew her into his arms. "Cam, let me go. We must forget this ever happened." "How can we?" he asked in anguish. Ransomed Bride is a historical romance that brings to life a young couple's choice between duty and love.
Miriam H. Nevala5 Stars Out Of 5March 13, 2009Miriam H. NevalaClean reading and very good, if you like historical romances. One does learn something from reading this book.
Kirsty Pearce5 Stars Out Of 5April 28, 2007Kirsty PearceI just absolutely LOVE the Brides of Montclair Series, especially this book. It is just so ROMANTIC, and I also love Fourtunes Bride. They're both really good, and I would recommend these books to anyone and everyone.
Barb5 Stars Out Of 5October 9, 2000BarbThe Brides of Montclair series is so entertaining and inspirational. Once I start one, I don't want to put it down until I'm finished! I love the way the books follow the Montrose family over several generations.