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by Brenda Joyce

  • ISBN: 0373772440
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Brenda Joyce
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HQN; Original edition (July 24, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1411 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1158 kb
  • Other: mobi lrf lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 649


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Joyce continues her alluring deWarenne Dynasty series (A Lady at Last, 2006) with the story of Rex deWarenne, a virtual recluse at his estate in Cornwall after losing a leg in the Napoleonic Wars. After her father's death, Blanche knows she must get married, but she believes she is damaged. She has no strong feelings, and, while she appears peaceful and serene, she is dismayed by her indifference to the suitors lined up at her door.

The latest from Joyce offers readers a passionate, swashbuckling voyage in her newest addition to the De Warenne dynasty series. One such damsel, free spirit Amanda Carre, is left alone in Jamaica to face an angry mob after her father is hanged for piracy.

BRENDA JOYCE The PERFECT Bride For all of you who asked for Rex and Blanche’s story-enjoy! . I know you believe your life to have been perfect until Harrington passed, but I know better. You are an island unto yourself and the loneliest person I know.

BRENDA JOYCE The PERFECT Bride For all of you who asked for Rex and Blanche’s story-enjoy! Contents chapter one chapter two chapter three chapter four chapter five.

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Brenda Joyce is a New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 novels and novellas, including the popular and critically acclaimed de Warenne Dynasty Saga, a series of novels set in Regency and Victorian England. She lives on a ranch in Arizona with her dogs, broodmares and the year’s current crop of foals. The Perfect Bride The DeWarenne Dynasty (Том 5).

Have you seen Sir Rex, Clarence? I am afraid not, my lady. She had been shopping in the quaint village for close to two hours, and she had even purchased a new hat in the haberdashery. She had been shopping in the quaint village for close to two hours, and she had even purchased a new hat in the haberdashery een Sir Rex leave the meeting he was attending in the village church. He had ridden into the town on horseback, so there was no pressing reason to wait for him, but she wanted to do just that. She kept thinking about their conversation that morning, and the odd friendship that had arisen from the ashes of last night’s encounter

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The DeWarenne Dynasty. Brenda Joyce The De Warenne Dynasty Series Books 4-7. Recapture the adventure and romance of New York Times bestselling author Brenda Joyce's beloved de Warenne Dynasty. Lady Blanche Harrington has no desire to marry, but circumstances demand that she must. by Brenda Joyce.

Reclusive war hero Rex de Warenne has long desired Lady Blanche. Though fate and his dark nature mean he cannot offer her the kind of future she deserves, Rex is determined to aid her. Then a night of intense passion changes everythin. mpression.

A childhood trauma has left Lady Blanche Harringtonincapable of all emotion, least of all love. Now circumstancedemands she marry, and Blanche dreads choosing from herhorde of fawning suitors. For one very eligible gentlemanhas not stepped forward.…A war hero and a recluse, Rex de Warenne has long admiredLady Blanche. Though fate and his own dark nature haverobbed him of any hope for the kind of future such a ladydeserves, Rex is determined to aid her—and keep hisfeelings to himself. But when their growing friendship leadsto a night of shocking passion, Blanche's newfound memoriesthreaten their fragile love…and Blanche's very life.


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Blanche Harrington has resigned herself to a life devoid of passion
and love but she needs a husband. She will have to choose one
gentleman from her long list of suitors.

Rex de Warenne lives a solitary life in the country. He is plagued by
guilt and loneliness. He has always admired Blanche, but only from afar.

Blanche arrives at Rex's home and catches him a compromising position
with the maid. Rex is convinced he will never win her affections now
but Blanche is an amazing woman and they begin to forge a friendship
anyway. They each harbor secrets though. Rex has a son no one knows
about and Blanche is beginning to remember the day her mother was
brutally killed. Blanche's secret is not only destroying her
relationship with Rex, it is threatening her life.

There is passion and pleasure in The Perfect Bride, but the hardships
Rex and Blanche face are constant. Rex and Blanche are wonderful
characters and I was so pleased to see them find happiness together.
They took a very troubled road but it led them to a lovely ending. The
Perfect Bride is a good story, but one I found to have more anguish
than joy.

Reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed
Dordred Dordred
I read this book after reading Lady at Last (with Tyrell and Lizzie). I usually never read out of chronology, but I was intrigued by Rex and Blanche. Plus, I have a soft spot for "Beauty and the beast" romances. I liked that both characters were flawed, it made sense why they fell in love (and not just because the other person is hot), they took time to get to know each other (8 years in the making), and the conflict wasn't drawn out, if you've read Brenda Joyce novels before, sometimes it takes a year for the hero and heroine to get over some misunderstanding, and that just makes the middle of the books quite anguishing. This book had drama, conflict, but moved at a good pace. The conflicts didn't seem forced.

One thing that I really loved about this book is that the two main characters were each other's answer for loneliness. In different ways, Blanche and Rex were so isolated from other people that it was really touching to see them find each other, and in some ways, help take the other person's walls down.
Gardagar Gardagar
enjoy reading her
Landarn Landarn
good book
Paxondano Paxondano
I found myself wondering why I keep buying her novels when I get frustrated with her writing. I like her plots, and characters. However, her writing is very immature. There's so many times where someone "cried out." During a conversation? It got so...dramatic. The dialogue was sometimes annoying too. Also, just the way she writes is so...high school. I don't know if I'm going to buy another one of her books. I keep telling myself "Maybe this one is good, maybe this one will be a gem," and blech. Nope. I like the storyline, but not the writing. It could have been told better, and more professional.

Another thing: why were all the heroines in this series blond?
BlessСhild BlessСhild
Brenda Joyce is one of my favorite authors! This book is great and I will definitely keep it and reread it periodically. What higher recommendation can a reader give?
Adrierdin Adrierdin
really lovely female and male leading characters. and so good twist in the story that makes it very easy to read
Kept my interest through out.... Would have loved an epilogue at the end... Just a tad bit more, but will probably find out mote in the next book in the series... Would deed recommend!