This byzantine conclusion to Coulter’s Bride trilogy (The Sherbrooke Bride ; The Hellion Bride), set in Scotland and loaded with sex, splinters under the. The third Bride novel is a charm—from the #1 New York Times bestselling author. Sinjun Sherbrooke is bored with the London season, until she spies Colin. The third Bride novel is a charm—from the #1 New York Times bestselling author. Sinjun Sherbrooke is bored with the London season, until she spies.
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I found Colin Earl of Kinross a deceitful liar.
But am I ever going to pick up another by heiresss author? I have been on a re-read kick and this is another re-read of Catherine Coulter for me. But I still think the real culprit is not books, but what we do with the ideas the books present us.
It briee usually difficult for me to read a book if I dislike a character intensely. Sinjun SherbrookeColin Kinross. Loved both the hero and the heroine, kept me interested and even took jeiress surprise turn I did NOT see coming!
Her stories are interesting and complex enough to keep you wanting more without being tedious and boring you to death. You know it will scare the hell out of you, but your eyes are glued to the screen. The experience with this one has left me cold. Never again for this author in this genre.
And I say again, what IS it with Sherbrooke and Sherbrooke-associated males abjectly bungling their wedding nights? The villain of this story is a surprise. Oh, perfect, this time not only the hero? Love this series and the characters.
But cathrine, the surprises awaiting Sunjin.
The Heiress Bride by Catherine Coulter – FictionDB
I read, or better, I tried to read this book on a dare from my sister. Sinjun seems way too crazy and way too impulsive for my taste, but I enjoyed the hellion. LibraryThing recommendations and tag cloud. I’ll concede that he might have just been that stupid. I thought the heroines took too much, the heroes dished out too much, and the resolutions were poorly crafted.
I did not like heiresd beginning and the way Colin treated Sinjun.
I prefer my heroines with a bit of a coulterr in their head. I think romance as a genre has moved on; rape is no longer okay. Hello, rape is not sexy, empowering, or loving.
I enjoy her female characters immensely! In the 3 Sherbrooke books that I’ve read, the male characters are autocratic, cranky, and prideful.
The Heiress Bride
Because he’s hot, Sinjun who has only glimpsed this man twice and never spoken with him decides to sacrifice herself on the altar of lust. I pity Colin to have married such a woman. I feel that the plots are rather irrelevant in this book.
The rape scene, mentioned many times, was bad. Aug 27, Jen Warren rated it did not like it Shelves: I have read many of her books in my youth and did not grow up to think it’s ok to force sex on anyone so I really think the argunent: You don’t expect, however, for someone who is handed such a gift rich, meek bride seeking him out to hand over her fortune to rename the poor girl her own was too manlyto rape her seriously malicious, ugly scene there that felt like it was never going to endcondemn her for having an opinion on anythingthen dump her – alone – at his home with cruel relatives he KNOWS will abuse her.
The things I liked about this book were the funny parts with Sinjun’s insane family, and how her odd husband insists on calling her Joan Lots of idiocy passed coupter as period authenticity and precociousness.