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An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: February 27th, 2013, 12:43 pm
by terri
The excerpt is up for An English Bride in Scotland.

Looks good!

Terri

Re: An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: June 13th, 2013, 10:25 am
by terri
I really enjoyed this book! I hope whoever wins the copy will post a review for us. <G>

I liked Annabel. Her resilience and tenacity were a necessity for her to succeed in such a different life. (Besides she would have been a very unhappy nun). And she's such a contrast to her sibling (thank-god!). Loved her faith in people however as you'll see when (or if) you read it that she could be blind about those closest to her.

Lynsay's favorite scene (and I admit it's mine as well) is when Ross wakes up one morning to find another has joined them in their bed. LOL

Terri

Re: An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: June 13th, 2013, 2:12 pm
by sin
sounds great. Can not wait to read it

Re: An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: June 13th, 2013, 4:47 pm
by susan60625
The book is on pre-order already, but I'm hoping for the autographed copy. Can't blame a girl for reaching for the stars, can you? LOL! ;) :D

Re: An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: June 28th, 2013, 7:51 am
by susan60625
Well, I finished this book yesterday! What a great book, Lynsay! Of course, I wouldn't expect it to be anything less!

I loved MOST of the characters. That is all except for ALL of Annabel's family! God, what a HORRIBLE bunch of people. I think the most loving thing those people ever did was to abandon Annabel at the abbey! Her parents were the most selfish, self-absorbed people! And, they managed to raise a spoiled brat of a daughter. I've got to admit that I wanted Kate to be more like Annabel, so I actually let myself feel sorry for her when she appeared on Annabel's doorstep, knowing how terrible her parents were and assumed (yes, I know that's where my mistake was!) that she could be saved once exposed to the love that was Annabel. So, I never expected the final twist!

I loved Ross! I loved the way his family and his people accepted Annabel and banded together behind her! I can soooo visualize that castle full of bairns running around and being filled with love and laughter!

Thank you, Lynsay!

Re: An English Bride In Scotland

PostPosted: July 4th, 2013, 3:55 pm
by sin
I loved the book. Had me laughing in certain places. And like Sue wanted to "slap" Annabel's family. Do hope there will be more stories around this family.