Rafe Ramsey thought he understood his family, but a recent visit has shattered his final illusiona. He has been presented with an arranged marriage, a willing broodmare bride, and another couple eager to raise his child as their own. What could he possibly object to? Rafe doesn't believe in love so the arrangement suits him to a tee. Or does it?
Before he settles down in wedded “bliss”, Rafe is asked to undertake a quest. Lady Cleeve has just learned that her granddaughter may be alive in Egypt, years after her death was reported in England. Rafe offers to investigate the matter for his grandmother's friend. If he can locate the girl, he will bring her back to London.
Ayisha has spent many years disguised as a boy for her own safety. Only two people know her secret. Now there is an Englishman in their midst, with a sketch that shows her features in great detail. Why is he looking for her? Who is he? Can he be trusted? She must learn the answer to these questions before she will reveal herself as the missing woman. After witnessing her parents deaths, she has relied on her own survival instincts and they insist that the stranger brings danger in his wake.
To Catch a Bride is the third novel in the Devil Riders quartet, and author Anne Gracie takes readers to exotic locations in the hunt for the missing heiress. Ms. Gracie has created some intriguing and unforgettable secondary characters in this book, and I hope to see them again soon.