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by Evelyn Rogers

eBook The Forever Bride (Timeswept) download ISBN: 0843941774
Author: Evelyn Rogers
Publisher: Leisure Books (February 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 368
ePub: 1241 kb
Fb2: 1622 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

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The Forever Bride book. Paperback, Love Spell: Timeswept 368 pages. It is only a fairy tale, but to Megan "the Forever Bride" is the most beautiful story she'd ever read. That's why she insisted on going to Scotland to get married in the very church where the heroine of the legend had been wed to her true love. Published February 1st 1997 by Leisure Books (first published 1997). The Forever Bride (Timeswept). 0843941774 (ISBN13: 9780843941777).

Frances Evelyn Rogers, American Author, retired educator and librarian. Certified teacher, library, Texas. Recipient Spirit of Romance award Rom Con, 1996, Prism Award Romance Writers American, 1997, Texas Gold award East Texas Romance Writers American, 1998. Secretary, volunteer Opera Guild San Antonio, since 1980; president San Antonio Romance Authors, 1997. Member National Society Arts and Letters. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 748116&cache false" alt "Other photo of Frances Evelyn Rogers" class "gallery img" height "167". Other photo of Frances Evelyn Rogers.

1997) A novel by Evelyn Rogers. Loving a romantic Scottish fairy tale so much that she insists upon getting married in Scotland, Meagan Butler is transported back in time and finds herself re-creating the events of the story of her dreams. Genre: Paranormal Romance. Used availability for Evelyn Rogers's The Forever Bride.

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But the cathedral is booked; no one there is asking any questions; the Cardinal knows nothing about it; Father Mowbray knows nothing about it. Nobody except us knows a thing. So why make a lot of trouble?

But the cathedral is booked; no one there is asking any questions; the Cardinal knows nothing about it; Father Mowbray knows nothing about it. So why make a lot of trouble? Just stay mum and let the thing go through, as if nothing had happened. Who loses anything by that? Maybe I risk going to hell.

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Patricia Gallagher was one of the best romance writers in the late & early Reading her books still to this day is always wonderful. The cover art is absolutely beautiful. Cover Art is done by Charles Greer.

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Loving a romantic Scottish fairy tale so much that she insists upon getting married in Scotland, Meagan Butler is transported back in time and finds herself re-creating the events of the story of her dreams. Original.
Comments: (2)
Debeme
What a great story, I loved it! Time travel stories are one of my favorite genres. The Forever Bride was well-written and descriptive. The characters were well developed, and I became very attached to Megan Butler and Robert Cameron. Although there were times when the dialogue was a little difficult to read because of the Scottish brogue, I was able to understand the meaning of words after becoming familiar with them while reading. In my opinion, the Scottish brogue dialogue added fullness to the characters, and gave the story a flavor of the time period of 1765. At times there were comical scenes, when Megan tried to describe her life in the twenty century to Robert, but there was also periods of danger for the characters, romance, angst, as well as a mystery. I loved the ending, and the Epilogue was very satisfying. For me the book was a good read and I found that I hard time putting it down. I recommend reading the book for yourself.
Framokay
I liked the start of this book. The idea of the "Forever Bride" story is very beautiful and heart warming. I thought the plot of this story that the modern woman, Meagan, goes to Scotland to get married in an old church where the "Forever Bride" tale is said to have taken place, was unique. There she is suddenly flung back in time and ends up marrying, not her modern day fiance, but Robert Cameron, the Laird of Thistledown Castle. Robert has never met his bride to be so is shocked to see that she is not as young as he thought her to be, nor as innocent. He can't deny that he is attracted to her and tries to convince her that she is just as attracted to him. He soon realizes that she is not his real bride and together they set out to find the missing bride. The story is very good for a while and really held my interest but then it started to drag. I put this book down several times and it took days to finish it. I think the ideas of the book were good but not really brought to life. The characters were a bit lacking also.
I wish this had been a better book.