The Reluctant Bride

Fiona McGier
The Reluctant Bride
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Whiskey Creek Press
Release Date
April 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance

Veterinarian Pamela Wilson frequently ran away from home to get attention from her status-conscious, preoccupied parents. Years ago she'd met a man who loved her unreservedly, but her parents didn't approve of his blue-collar mechanic job, so she'd run away from him,too. When the ambitious lawyer she's marrying answers a phone call while she's walking down the aisle, it's the last straw! She runs away again, this time to a cabin her parents don't know about, owned by the mechanic.

Will he let her into his life again? Will she finally stop running away and make the right decision for her future?

Book Review by Nikki Prince (author,reviewer)
Jul 29, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
313 people found the following review helpful
What a romantic read!

Pamela is about to marry the man her parents think she should marry and she does the only thing she can do in this situation, and that is run. Run as fast as she can and as far as she can into the one man's arms that were always her refuge when something was going wrong in her life. But she has run from that man far too many times.

The runaway bride has forever been a theme that romance readers fell in love with and Fiona McGier did it justice. The plot was developed properly so that everything that happened within the books pages was believable. I fell in love with the main characters, Pamela and Eric, and definitely cheered them on to find their happily ever after.

It is refreshing to read a book where the hero knows who he wants, and how he wants them instead of having the woman chasing after him with him denying his love for her. Thank you Fiona McGier for that. How refreshing. This book had heat and spice as well as its fun moments, and it was a book that I could not put down. The pace of the story was fast and kept me interested enough to keep turning the pages.

I also loved the fact that the two main characters roles were switched in that the hero was the one who didn't have money and came from humble beginnings instead of it being the female. The dialogue is cute and flows well so that you can follow everything being said and the conflict keeps your attention.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a true love experience, filled with steamy sex, fun characters and a great plot all bundled up in a wonderful little package called THE RELUCTANT BRIDE.

Five stars for sweet love, heat and exciting plot.
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