The Heiress Bride

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Catherine Coulter

Narrated By: Anne Flosnik

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: February 2006

Duration: 12 hours 16 minutes

Summary:

Dear Reader, Welcome to the exciting conclusion of the English Regency Bride Trilogy, The Heiress Bride. You met Sinjun Sherbrooke in The Sherbrooke Bride and in The Hellion Bride, a delightful, quite endearing fifteen-year-old who, I hope, charmed your socks off. Now she's nineteen, blessed with Sherbrooke blue eyes, wit to burn, and a wonderful sense of humor. She is also bored with the London Season until she spies Colin Kinross, the Scottish earl of Ashburnham, across the dance floor at a London ball. When she overhears Colin complain that he must find a wealthy bride quickly in order to survive, Sinjun promptly introduces herself as the answer to his prayers. Despite all odds, Sinjun manages an elopement to Scotland to begin her life in a drafty old castle that holds more revelations and surprises than Sinjun could ever imagine. You'll also meet another ghost, Pearlin' Jane, who teams up with the Virgin Bride. Do enjoy Sinjun. She's one hell of a bride. Please write to me at P.O. Box 17, Mill Valley, CA 94942 or email me at ReadMoi@aol.com and let me know which of the three Bride novels you like best. Catherine Coulter

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  • Judi W

    Not given to reading books written in this era...I did find it interesting reading and entertaining. Not that I would seek out others of this time frame, but I did rather enjoy this read. It was good to read about sisters and sister n laws sticking together, and supporting each other. Brothers as well, but I did find the "sisters/wives" comical and entertaining.

  • Anonymous

    This was hands down the worst book I have ever rented. Don't get me wrong, I love romances, but this was idiotic. I could not identify nor sympathize with the hero or heroine. They were annoying and purposefully either stupid ot too egotisitcal to even want to like. I have never been a big fan of Catherine Coulter and this reminded me of why.