Book 1, Stolen Brides Series
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"Irresistible, right down to the surprise at the end… One of the best romances of the year." -The Detroit Free Press
Sir Gaston de Varennes wanted a docile bride who would fit into his plans for vengeance and justice, but a trick of time finds him married to a thoroughly modern American lady who turns his castle, his life, and his heart upside down. Will her desperate secret tear them apart after only a few bittersweet weeks of stolen passion—or will they conquer mistrust, treachery, and time itself to discover a love that spans the centuries?
WINNER of the National Readers Choice Award: Best Historical Romance of the Year
“A Desert Isle Keeper. Touching, ingenious… I love this book. I've read it time after time, and even if I haven't waited quite long enough between readings to forget all the details, I always get drawn back into the story so intensely that I can't put it down. Grade: A (highest rating).” -Ellen Hestand, All About Romance
A full-length novel of 125,000 words
Adult content: explicit love scenes
Originally published by Avon Books
This Author's Preferred Edition e-book includes bonus content: “The Making of Forever His: The Story Behind the Story,” plus excerpts from upcoming Shelly Thacker books.
The Stolen Brides Series: One falls through time and finds herself married to a dark stranger… one may never reach her royal wedding if she can’t resist her rugged protector… one is abducted by a mysterious swordsman and swept away to a secret island paradise. Three regal brides are about to discover that falling in love with a warrior is the most dangerous adventure of all.
Great read, a perfect mixture of adventure, drama, and romance. You won't be able to put it down!
I usually don't read books about time travel but decided to try this one. I ready enjoyed each and every page. Very interesting story and I would highly recommend it to all!
Although it was an interesting story. It was too far fetched and too long. I skipped a third of the book.