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ISBN:
0743410289
ISBN13:
978-0743410281
Author:
Patricia Cabot
Publisher:
Pocket (April 30, 2002)
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Rating:
4.3

Patricia Cabot's KISS THE BRIDE is a romantic confection filled with charm and humor.

Patricia Cabot's KISS THE BRIDE is a romantic confection filled with charm and humor. Not only is the interaction between Emma and James a delight to read, the secondary characters are interesting and certainly varied, from the lovestruck Cletus MacEwan to the strangely Yoda-like youngster Fergus MacPherson. The scene where young Fergus doles out love advice to a clueless James is a classic. An especially interesting twist is the fact that readers get a full sense of one of the characters, Stuart Chesterton, even though he never once makes an appearance in person.

The Patricia Cabot project hasn’t been the most successful

A lady of London breeding, Emma. The Patricia Cabot project hasn’t been the most successful. The only one I really recommend is Educating Caroline, though Kiss the Bride would be the only other I’d be willing to in any way promote. The others, even the ones I enjoyed in a crack way, I really couldn’t push on anyone in good conscience (unless that’s what they want).

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Publisher: Sonnet Books, 2002. A lady of London breeding, Emma Van Court never expected to be left widowed - and penniless - in the Scottish village of Faires.

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Critically acclaimed author Patricia Cabot delivers an exquisitely warm and witty novel of love set against the dramatic backdrop of Scotland's magnificent Isle of Skye. Patricia Cabot is the author of the critically acclaimed romances A Little Scandal, An Improper Proposal, Portrait of My Heart, and Where Roses Grow Wild. It is a true joy to listen to Patricia Cabot's unique voice," raved Romantic Times, and readers everywhere can look forward to Educating Caroline, the next thrilling novel from this rising star, coming soon from Pocket Books.

About the Books Meg retired the Patricia Cabot pen name and currently writes all her books under her own name .

In 1984, Meg saw the movie "Romancing the Stone" and realized how much she wanted to write historical romance novels, just like the character Joan Wilder. Finally, in 1994, her father died. Meg retired the Patricia Cabot pen name and currently writes all her books under her own name.

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One lucky man would win her hand... A lady of London breeding, Emma Van Court never expected to be left widowed -- and penniless -- in the Scottish village of Faires. But when a fortune is promised if she remarries, the pretty schoolteacher finds Faires' motley assortment of eligible men scrambling for her attentions -- from the local cowherd to an obnoxious baron! One sweet kiss would seal their love... James Marbury, Earl of Denham, was urbane, sophisticated....and utterly at odds among the muddy roads and thatched roofs of Faires. He had come after hearing of his cousin Stuart's passing -- and was exasperated to find his maddening, tempestuous love for the widowed Emma was as strong as ever. With bachelors coming out of the woodwork to woo her, James sees only one solution: offer himself to her as a temporary husband...even if secretly he longs to make his "I do's" last a lifetime.
Reviews:
  • Armin
I have read almost all of Patricia Cabot's historical romance novels at this point and I have to say that Kiss the Bride made my top 2 (Where Roses Grow Wild is the second of my top 2 pairing). Like all her other books, it is a compelling read with a good flow and the back story is well developed.
  • Captain America
My favorite of the Patricia Cabot books that I have read so far. Not a lot of suspense, but the relationships feel better developed in this book than they do in a lot of her other books. I would recommend this to fans of her Meg Cabot books.
  • Gietadia
love Patricia cabot She never disappoints
  • Gandree
1.5 Stars

A long time ago, I liked to collect books written by my favorite authors. Consequently I bought this book along with two others, because I love Meg Cabot.

SO my review of this book, Where Roses Grow Wild and Educating Caroline. Which is ok, because these three historical romances have pretty much the same plot anyway.

These books really pissed me off. Like to the point where I'm done with historical romances, (except I'll still read Georgette Heyer.)

I am just so SO sick and tired of this trope.

Man meets woman, they kiss. He knows he shouldn't have because it's inappropriate but he just couldn't help himself. THAT'S RIGHT, HE COULDN'T HELP HIMSELF. She was just too (beautiful, alluring, interesting, naive, frustrating, etc.)

And then the woman is all "How dare you?!" but secretly she's like that was so wonderful. He's so (handsome, commanding, masterful, manly, strong, etc.) I'm suddenly in love with him but I don't want to be with him.

They meet again. He kisses her again. She says (No, Stop, Don't)

BUT HE KEEPS DOING IT, because. This is the part that really pisses me off. BECAUSE HE KNOWS SHE LIKES IT.

Oh, no. SHe can't REALLY mean No, because I can tell she's aroused. I can tell she's really enjoying it. (Even though she doesn't know what's happening to her body, she's already said no, she knows it's inappropriate and doesn't want to be ruined before marriage.) And then the kissing gets more and more intense and beyond kissing. And she keeps protesting, but eventually accepts it.

And then the man thinks, I would stop if she said no. I'm like HELLO! SHE JUST SAID NO, LIKE 5 TIMES. Well, I would stop if she said NO and really wanted me to stop.

UGH! I hate that stupid bull crap. Who the heck would think that's ok?

These woman are just super lucky they end up marrying these men. (Or are they?)

So, I'm just done in general, with the whole genre.
  • Abandoned Electrical
All his life James Marbury, the Earl of Denham, has been treated with the care and dignity due the scion of a noble family. In other words, he's had everything handed to him on a silver platter. His one soft spot has been his childhood friend, lovely Emma Van Court. When Emma asks for his help in securing her guardians' permission to marry his cousin Stuart and move to an isolated island in Scotland where Stuart has accepted a curacy, James flies into a rage and reveals the pair's plans to their respective families. The pair responds by eloping and nothing else is heard of them for a year.

When word comes that Stuart has died, James goes to Scotland to arrange for his remains to be returned to England. Assuming that Emma had returned to the bosom of her family, he is taken aback to find her still living on the island, working as a schoolteacher and acting highly secretive. To make matters worse, James finds out that Stuart was killed by an angry parishioner, and to make amends before he was hanged, the man left Emma his fortune. A fortune she can only inherit if and when she remarries. Now, James must uncover Emma's secrets even as he protects her from her motley assortment of suitors.

All Emma Van Court wanted out of life was a husband and a family of her own. She thought all her dreams would come true when she married Stuart Chesterton. Now, Stuart is dead, she's hounded by the island's bachelors both young and old, and the Earl of Denham is back in her life asking all sorts of questions. Until the day she asked him for his help in marrying Stuart, James had been her hero. When his actions had led to her being cut off by her family, Emma had sworn never to forgive him. But now James is back, wanting to make amends and certainly acting differently. Emma is soon looking at James in a totally new light and when a debacle forces them into a marriage of convenience, James knows this is finally his chance to win the woman he's always wanted.

Patricia Cabot's KISS THE BRIDE is a romantic confection filled with charm and humor. Not only is the interaction between Emma and James a delight to read, the secondary characters are interesting and certainly varied, from the lovestruck Cletus MacEwan to the strangely Yoda-like youngster Fergus MacPherson. The scene where young Fergus doles out love advice to a clueless James is a classic. An especially interesting twist is the fact that readers get a full sense of one of the characters, Stuart Chesterton, even though he never once makes an appearance in person. The true star of this tale, however, is the clever, quirky narrative that will keep readers entertained to the very end.

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