The final book in the Bride trilogy, this book sees the Sherbrooke sister taking centre stage as she falls in love with Scottish earl Colin Kinross and elopes with him. But mystery and danger enter her life when she arrives at Vere Castle and learns of Colin's first wife and her strange death.The final book in the Bride trilogy, this book sees the Sherbrooke sister taking centre stage as she falls in love with Scottish earl Colin Kinross and elopes with him. But mystery and danger enter her life when she arrives at Vere Castle and learns of Colin's first wife and her strange death.Read Less
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Sinjun is the third Bride in the Bride Series and the one who truly ties this family together. She sees her brothers and their 2 of 3 HAPPY MARRIAGES and her mother , as mean as she can be to Sherbrooke wives and helps make it all work and now it is her turn. A GREAT read for any Historical Romance fan especially Regency type works. She is a champion eavesdropper and you will love HER! She sets her course and sticks to IT!
Publishers Weekly, 1992-11-02 This byzantine conclusion to Coulter's Bride trilogy ( The Sherbrooke Bride ; The Hellion Bride ), set in 1807 Scotland and loaded with sex, splinters under the burden of its foolish and two-dimensional characters. Colin Kinross, seventh earl of Ashburnham, faces daunting problems: his castle is decaying, villainous clansmen are usurping his land and unmanageable debts keep mounting. But Joan ``Sinjin'' Sherbrooke, at 19 one of England's wealthiest women, has fallen in love with him and proposes a financially rewarding marriage. In order to escape Sinjin's two protective brothers, they elope to Colin's Scottish castle. There Colin presents Joan with two surly stepchildren and a pair of malicious sisters-in-law--it seems he has kept a previous marriage secret. Complications abound. An anonymous letter writer accuses Colin of throwing his first wife off a cliff--are murderous kinsmen seeking vengeance? Even ghosts are pressed to intervene at crucial moments as th e disjointed plot veers out of control. (Jan.)
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