On her way from England to Scotland, Lady Brenna had resigned herself to the arranged marriage that her father had thought would strengthen his wealth. But when a band of fierce warriors captured her and those traveling with her, she squared her shoulders and held her chin high as she met their one demand.
Marry their leader laird Connor MacAlister.
Ten years before, when she was a mere girl, she had proposed to the fierce highlander, but couldn`t recall doing the deed. Now he wanted to take her up on the offer. She had no way of knowing that the reason for the marriage for Connor was revenge against his sworn enemy. Brenna knew that her husband wasn`t in love with her, but she was determined to make Connor and herself happy as best as she could.
But Brenna faces more than she had first thought as loyalties are questioned in the midst of a large clan war, and only the man who captured her can free her.
The Wedding is a wonderful story of love growing in the most dire of circumstances. Brenna brought a smile to my face more than once with her wit and brought back to me characters from another book, The Bride.
This is a heartwarming tale of romance, with a touch of innocence that leaves the reader sighing as they close the book for the last time.