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On the eve of his return to BaldreaganCastle, Highlander Jamie Macpherson cannot believe his eyes: a golden-haired beauty haloed in the moonlight of St. Bride's glade, so delicate and fair she can only be a faerie. With his desire rising like a wave, the knight longs to see her again. The next time is even more surprising: Aveline Matheson is the flesh-and-blood bride of hOn the eve of his return to BaldreaganCastle, Highlander Jamie Macpherson cannot believe his eyes: a golden-haired beauty haloed in the moonlight of St. Bride's glade, so delicate and fair she can only be a faerie. With his desire rising like a wave, the knight longs to see her again. The next time is even more surprising: Aveline Matheson is the flesh-and-blood bride of his arranged marriage, a woman eager to discover the pleasures of wedded bliss. And woe to those who would stop their lovemaking! Yet danger threatens the newlyweds. Jamie's darkest foe has already murdered his brothers and now threatens to destroy every Macpherson. But the enemy hasn't counted on one thing: Jamie will do whatever he must to keep his bride alive and in his arms forever......

Title : Bride for a Knight
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ISBN : 9780446617307
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 349 Pages
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Bride for a Knight Reviews

  • 1CheekyLass
    2019-02-02 07:01

    I'm not one to enjoy anything with even a hint of paranormal. One of the reasons I didn't enjoy Until the Knight Comes. This one was different. Perhaps it was the characters?Big in every sense of the way, Jamie Macpherson joined clan Mackenzie and went on to make a name for himself through out the years. While still @ Cuidrach Castle, he receives word that his brothers have all died from a tragic accident. He is also told that he will be married to the daughter of his fathers enemy, Aveline Matheson. But why would his da's enemy want him married to his daughter? He hadn't planned on returning but honor would let him do no less. He would return even if it meant facing the truth; he would never earn his fathers love, last son or not.Aveline Matheson, youngest daughter of Alan Mor is a delicate soul. She is likable within the first couple of chapters for she has an earthy nature. With her betrothal to Jamie approaching, she knows that she must make the best of her situation. Besides, it's for the good of their clans. Though she is a wee delicate lass, she has no fear. Nor does she let her small size shield her from all of the joys of life. of married life. of life with Jamie Macpherson.I usually prefer a little bit of bickering from the h/h however these two gentle hearts were sweet to each other from the beginning. I enjoyed watching their romance bloom and not in a sexual way but love! On that note, I will admit that the sex scenes were "PG" and I had hoped for more. They were not steamy at all IMHO. Excellent secondary characters helped that blemish *Munro and Morag*! We also get a glimpse of the Mackenzie's; Duncan, Robbie, Linnet, Juliana, Arabella and our next heroine Gelis. Anytime this clan is involved, I tend to smile. With the ghost, betrayal and eerie feelings floating around, can their love last?I had honestly thought not to read this novel..I was disappointed in Until The Knight Comes and thought that it could only get worst. However this is an excellent story and I await the story of Gelis (though I must wonder why we don't see Arabella's story first seeing as she is older).

  • Gabrielle Blaque/~Bhlack Benehvolence~
    2019-02-01 05:24

    I really like this one, the prologue grabbed me right away. I was a little annoyed with the hero's father for turning his son out because of something that was completely out of his control. Thankfully they reconciled with each other in the end which was really nice.I got really attached to the hero and heroin, I came to a part where something bad had happened and all I hoped for was that the hero would be ok. Great story for those of you who like Scottish romances this is a good one!

  • Pamela(AllHoney)
    2019-02-11 08:15

    The fifth addition of the MacKenzie series by Sue-Ellen Welfonder. I had a hard time really sticking with the story. The humor was nice but not enough to make me really enjoy it.

  • Leah
    2019-01-24 23:56

    This was a re-read for me and one of my favorite stories by Sue-Ellen Welfonder. Jamie Macpherson and Aveline Matheson have been calling to me for some time now and I answered their call.The Western Highlands, 1325-Jaimie is the 10th son of Monro, one of the lessor Highland Chieftains. His mother died birthing him which sent Munro into a deep depression. He named his son Jamie of the Heather saying it was where he was spawned and where he would return when he was old enough. 1347-Aveline's father, Alan Mor Matheson wants her to marry Jamie to ensure the future and fortune of Clan Matheson. Her older sister, Sorcha, was to have married Jamie's older brother, Niall, who was killed along with the other 8 brothers when a bridge collapsed. Alan wants to keep the alliance with this new marriage agreement. Sir Kenneth MacKenzie is Jamie's liege lord. It's here that he learns of the deaths of his brothers. He is shaken to the core. Jamie heads home with his aged dog Cuillin, a gift from his brother Niall years before, to see to his father and to stop and visit Alan Matheson about the alliance and marriage. Everyone is saying Munro had gone mad over the loss of his sons. Jamie thinks his father hates him and his feelings are all over the place about what he will find when he arrives home.This starts the adventure that Jamie and Aveline must take to find their happiness and love. It not only is about a love sweeter than ever and full of passion but their journey is smack full of treachery and pain. Someone is out to hurt Munro and Jamie means to see it put to an end. There are ghosts and mysteries to uncover along the way. Through all the heartache and anger that have accumulated over the years comes an understanding that all things aren't as they seem....that love and acceptance are there for all who open their hearts along with their eyes.

  • Chumchum_88
    2019-01-22 03:03

    I love it when authors add some bonding between the characters, and by that I mean bonding with other people than the main characters, like family or strangers and stuff.That's why I was really touched when the thing with Jamie and his dad happened at the end. Of course there were scenes throughout the book about how both of them felt about each other but didn't know how to voice it. And I LOVED how Jamie reacted at the beginning about his brothers death, my heart really went out to him he made me cry couple of times. Plus it was really a cute touch about how each of the main couple Aveline and Jamie thought about each other as mythical creatures the first time they saw each other. And I was really shocked when I knew who was the villain in the book, it never crossed my mind and that is really a big bonus for the author, cause mostly authors give away the villain's through the middle of the book, and the refer can guess who the villain is, but this was my first time being shocked. So overall it's a great book

  • E. R.
    2019-02-09 06:23

    It is actually two and a half stars, but the good out-weight the bad, so I increased it to a three stars.I skimmed through the book. It was interesting to read about some myths and legends, or old folk tales, incorporated in the story. I hadn't read any of the author's works before, but her world shines iwht the beautiful Scottish charm found in readers' imaginations.Aveline and Jamie are a great couple to read. The growing relationship between them heralded the sweet and charming picture the two made. Aveline is a strong woman, able to handle the tall Jamie. Jamie, enamored of his first sight of Aveline, fears that his size will hinder his relationship in the bedroom between himself and his bride. Aveline disproved him of his fears/insecurities and accepted Jamie for who he is.I may not have read the book thoroughly, but what I read left me with a positive view of the story. I twas still an enjoyable book, and I really liked reading about Aveline and Jamie.

  • Tonya Warner
    2019-02-13 08:01

    Jamie Macpherson is the youngest of ten sons. Sent away by his father after his mother died, he was loved by his bothers. He grew to be a strong, fierce warrior. Successful in battle. A knight to be relied upon. Until the sudden death of his nine brothers. He makes the journey back to his home, and encounters the faery of his dreams.Aveline Matheson might appear to be a tiny faery to the very large Jamie, but she is more than just his neighbor, but his bride. Fulfilling the wish if his father, he agrees to take Aveline as his bride. But all is not well in the family home. And he has to protect not just his bride, but his father as well.

  • Karina Díaz Pérez
    2019-01-28 00:22

    James y Aveline lograron hacer lo que muchas parejas anhelan. Hicieron química desde el primer minuto. A partir de allí el cómo se va desarrollando la trama es mágico. Aveline es fuerte y persistente y está decidida a lograr que sus familias se una de nuevo y lograr qué James este de nuevo unido a su casa de sangre. Bastante divertido me recordó mucho al primer o segundo libro de la saga.

  • Stacy
    2019-02-18 01:08

    Good mystery / plot. She seemed to drag it out too much in this book. I'm going to give another one of hers a try before I decide for sure if I enjoy reading her books, but this one re-hashed and re-hashed the same information OVER and OVER. Ended up skimming through way too much of it.

  • Ivonne
    2019-01-24 03:08

    aaawwww este libro me gusto mucho, lleno de amor, perdon, esperanza, sufrimiento pero al final mucha agrada que pudieramos ver los personajes de los libros anteriores en este libro, siempre aportan algo en la historia y uno sigue disfrutando con ellos

  • Melissa
    2019-02-08 03:18

    Two stars... it was okay. Nothing I would recommend. The romance was good but the plot was drawn out. It seems as if the author added in a "mystical" element to the story as an afterthought; it wasn't developed very well.

  • Mitzi
    2019-01-28 06:55

    Book 5 in MacKenzie Series. Not as good as others.

  • Abrown Brown
    2019-02-16 06:06

    I really enjoyed this book! It was a quick read.

  • Anne
    2019-01-21 01:08

    Good read and an interesting storyline.

  • Aparna
    2019-02-01 06:19

    A bit too boring ...

  • Brenda (b)
    2019-02-04 06:16

    I enjoyed reading this one and figuring out who the "bogle" was.

  • Jenny
    2019-02-02 05:07

    I tried...I tried so hard to like this book but alas, it wasn't meant to be. I will most likely revisit it sometime in the future and I hope I will be able to get into it then.

  • Heather Domin
    2019-01-30 01:23

    [to be reviewed for HNS Nov. 2007:]

  • ramirez
    2019-02-14 01:08

    i think if you havent read this book yet you should read it now!

  • Bean
    2019-01-27 05:00

    Decent. Somewhat silly with ghosts, and a magic fox.