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A Bride Most Begrudging
by Deeanne Gist

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FaithPoint Book Club September 2006 Selection:
Lady Constance Morrow snuck aboard a ship without a chaperone in order to say goodbye to her dearest Uncle Skelly.
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More About A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist
 
 
 
Overview
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FaithPoint Book Club September 2006 Selection:
Lady Constance Morrow snuck aboard a ship without a chaperone in order to say goodbye to her dearest Uncle Skelly. Naively believing no one would ever harm the daughter of an Earl, she had no idea of the danger she was in. Having left her maid behind, and with no footman in sight, the unscrupulous captain had her thrown in the hold along with the female felons who were earmarked as ‘tobacco brides’ for the colonist farmers.

Drew O’Connor grew up in the colonies and loved the land. However, he knew that it was a harsh life and that only strong survived. Having lost his beloved a week before their marriage, he had sworn to never love again. Therefore, he was unmoved by this latest ship full of brides, coming only in search for a maid to tend his house and look after his younger sister. After a game of cards that very evening, he ends up with a wife claiming to be the ‘kidnapped’ daughter of an Earl. She demands that she be sent back to England immediately. Not only is she argumentative, but she has no idea how to cook, no housekeeping skills whatsoever-and to his horror- she has RED hair and freckles!

Although they seem to have nothing in common, Drew and Constance come to admire one another and both wish that their marriage of convenience would become a marriage designed in truth by the power of God’s great love.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780764200724
  • ISBN-10: 0764200720
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
  • Publish Date: July 2005
  • Page Count: 347


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