The Welshman's Bride

The Welshman s Bride Although it seems likely she is being married for the magnificence of her dowry Jocelyn Hawley accepts an offer of marriage from a Welshman And quickly discovers she is as unprepared for marriage as

  • Title: The Welshman's Bride
  • Author: Blair Bancroft
  • ISBN: 9780996188722
  • Page: 445
  • Format: ebook
  • Although it seems likely she is being married for the magnificence of her dowry, Jocelyn Hawley accepts an offer of marriage from a Welshman And quickly discovers she is as unprepared for marriage as she is for her new family a mother in law who insists on living in Wales Medieval past and a sister in law who seems to be trying to get rid of her Jocelyn is also plaguedAlthough it seems likely she is being married for the magnificence of her dowry, Jocelyn Hawley accepts an offer of marriage from a Welshman And quickly discovers she is as unprepared for marriage as she is for her new family a mother in law who insists on living in Wales Medieval past and a sister in law who seems to be trying to get rid of her Jocelyn is also plagued by the problem of her husband s mistress and a series of disastrous incidents some potentially lethal that dog her footsteps As she grows alienated from her husband, who barks at her to grow up, she finds herself the classic stranger in a strange land Where it appears someone is trying to kill her.Author s Note The Welshman s Bride is a Gothic novel in the tradition of Victoria Holt, Mary Stewart, Phyllis Whitney, and my previous Regency Gothics, Brides of Falconfell, The Mists of Moorhead Manor, and The Demons of Fenley Marsh As has happened before, I ve created a heroine who has flaws, this one than most I hope you ll like her anyway.

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    1. 1.5 starsThis was one of the most peculiar stories I read in a while. Reading it was an exercise in patience and tolerance I didn’t know I have (little later about it).Billed as Regency Gothic, the story is told from POV of its heroine, 20-year-old Jocelyn Hawley. A daughter of a wealthy Midlands merchant, Jocelyn is well educated beautiful heiress who, by her own admission, was cosseted and indulged by her parents throughout her life. The indulgence was wearing thin when she continued to refu [...]

    2. It is a great plot some good characters a story as old as time Rhy’s wants more money to be able to build up his land, mines and help his people. He does have money but he needs more and it is time for him to marry. Against everyone wishes he decides to get an English bride. He goes to England picks his bride and marries her. His bride has been protect and very innocent and doesn’t want to get married. She is way older than most and her parents put their foot down. She agrees they get marrie [...]

    3. This was one of those surprise books, that catches you and won't give up. Late at night, reading during cooking Gothic novel, "arranged" marriage, foreign country and a smart heroine that doesn't get too mired in laments. Lots of intrigue. A great read for a gothic romance.

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