Book Love (57) Rebellious Bride

March 31, 2017   Loverofromance   Book Love   5 Comments

“USA Today bestselling author”

Rolfe is an English lord new to the Dakota Territory.

Lillian is an independent woman more interested in medicine than romance.

He thinks her a tomboy; she thinks he’s a dignified dandy not fit for the West. A scandal forces marriage between the unlikely pair. And they soon learn that neither could be more wrong about the other. Rolfe discovers that she’s more of a woman than he ever imagined possible and Lillian finds out that beneath Rolfe’s fancy exterior hides a hard, muscled body she can’t stop touching.
Fire, hunger and passion soon stir their souls and love sneaks in when they least expect it. But it’s when Lillian’s life is threatened that she finds out that her husband’s talents go far beyond the bedroom.

Why Rebellious Bride?

There is so much to love about this book and this author. Every time she writes, I know I will fall in love. In Rebellious Bride, we have a interesting mix of characters. Our hero, is a English duke settling out west in the America’s. Our heroine, is intelligent and studying to be a doctor. Very opposite attract type of story we have here. But in this story we see how much these two end up having in common, much more than you would think. I love the way these two grow towards each other, they also have powerful chemistry which is always a plus.

  • I am a flowers type of girl (I loooooooooooooooooooooooooove flowers!) so this cover really works for my tastes! I actually don’t love her yellow dress because it clashes so much with the purple flowers. The book itself sounds good! It’s set in historic USA?

    Have a great weekend, Renee. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  • Oh man, that cover! This is an interesting set up. Why is Rolfe settling in America?

  • Chemistry is key. Also, opposites attract will always be near and dear to my heart. 🙂

  • I love these old covers. I am not sure if I have ever read Donna Fletcher’s work before. This does sound like a wonderful story. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  • The English Duke in the West with a lady doctor definitely sounds great. I’ve not read any of her books. I’ll have to see if my library has this one or any of her other books.