by Margaret Moore

October 2005
ISBN: 0-373-77065-0
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Lady Constance was promised in marriage when she was but a child to Merrick of Tregellas. Constance still recalls with loathing the conceited, spoiled boy who teased her unmercifully, and is positive he has grown to manhood to be nothing but the same! After all, Merrick is the son and heir of Wicked William the former lord of Tregellas, and had not Lady Constance seen first hand of all the evil William bestowed on everyone around him? That is why Lady Constance has formed a plan that will make Merrick spurn her, and not go through with wedding her. How shocked Lady Constance is to see the proud handsome knight who has ridden through the gates of Tregellas to claim her as his wife. This could not be the same Merrick she remembers, or could it.

Merrick is haunted by dark secrets from his past, making him reluctant to return to the place of his birth. The one constant that has kept him going for so long has been the betrothal to Lady Constance. Merrick has loved Constance since he was a boy of ten. His first glimpse of the now grown, lovely and feisty Constance makes Merrick’s blood boil with passion. Nevertheless, if she were ever to learn the truth about Merrick would she stay with him?

If you are looking for a fix for your medieval historical romance need, then grab hold of a copy of award- winning author Margaret Moore’s The Unwilling Bride and do not let go! Margaret Moore demonstrates once again why she is the master of the medieval. Lord Merrick is a true tortured hero that will make you swoon from page one, and his Lady Constance is a perfect match. Surprising twists and turns are wrought through out The Unwilling Bride that will keep you guessing right up to the smasharoo ending!

Reviewed in September 2005 by Bonnie.

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