The ramblings of a gluttonous bibliophile, voracious logophile, amateur photographer, hopeless romantic, and unbridled dreamer. Love to cook and eat, a foodie with an intense hunger for life............This is a place for me to wander, ramble and reflect.....a self imposed exercise in self expression and creative writing.....MY PIXIELATIONS ***************************************************MY CUPPA RUNNETH OVER!
1119. Journeying from England to Scotland to wed a highlander, Lady Brenna had resigned herself to the arranged match. But when a band of fierce, painted warriors captured her en route, she fearlessly met their demand to marry their leader -- the quick-tempered laird Connor MacAlister. She couldn't know that her capture was merely the first act of vengeance against her betrothed, Connor's sworn enemy.
Brenna harbored no illusions that her husband was in love with her; after a hasty forest wedding, MacAlister assured her she could return home once she had borne him a son. But she could not deny that she had once proposed to MacAlister -- ten years ago, when she was just a child, and the visitor to her father's castle charmed her with his dazzling, unexpected smile. Now, as she sets out to win the brave chieftain whom she has come to adore, a legacy of revenge ensnares Brenna in a furious clan war -- and only her faith in her gallant hero can save her....
It's a classic plot: a marriage of convenience that lays the groundwork for true love. But in Julie Garwood's deft hands, the story takes on a unique flavor. Set in medieval Scotland, a time and place Garwood obviously knows and loves, The Wedding couples a high-spirited and impulsive young woman named Brenna with a fierce Highland laird, Connor MacAlister. Their desperate attempts to maneuver around their true emotions have all the twists, turns, and kicks of a raucous Scottish dance.
Really more of a 4.5+. I adore Alec, Connor and Quinlan... would love the stories to go on and on. The female characters are strong but have their quirky flaws which make them human and equally as lovable.. Makes you cheer for them and a happy ending. Would have liked a longer epilogue , esp since there wasn't a third book to the series :(
Garwood is quickly becoming one of my go to authors.