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  • Title: Three Times a Bride
  • Author: Catherine Anderson Loretta Chase Samantha James
  • ISBN: 9780061971808
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

  • Three brides, three beginnings, three stories of incomparable romance from USA Today bestselling authors Catherine Anderson, Loretta Chase, and Samantha James.Celebrate the glorious, magical moment when man and woman become husband and wife with these three couples, joined by a passionate promise of forever and inspired by true love Wedded bliss has never been this wickedThree brides, three beginnings, three stories of incomparable romance from USA Today bestselling authors Catherine Anderson, Loretta Chase, and Samantha James.Celebrate the glorious, magical moment when man and woman become husband and wife with these three couples, joined by a passionate promise of forever and inspired by true love Wedded bliss has never been this wicked Three classic stories from some of the top names in romance are brought together for the first time in this anthology Includes Fancy Free, The Mad Earl s Bride, and Scandal s Bride Original.
    Catherine Anderson Loretta Chase Samantha James
    Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information 1 romance author Adeline Catherine was born and raised in Grants Pass, Oregon, USA She always yearned to be a writer like her mother The morning that one of her professors asked if she could use samples of Catherine s creative writing on an overhead projector to teach was a dream come true In 1988, she sold her first book to Harlequin Intrigue and went on to write three before she tried her hand at a single title historical romance Nine books later, she did her first single title contemporary.Catherine married Sidney D Anderson, an industrial electrician and entrepreneur They had two sons, Sidney D Jr and John G In 2001 she and her husband purchased a central Oregon home located on a ridge with incredible mountain views and surrounded by forestland honeycombed with trails It was her dream home, a wonderland in the winter and beyond beautiful in the summer She named it Cinnamon Ridge after the huge ponderosa pines on the property, which sport bark the color of cinnamon.Sadly, Catherine lost her husband to a long term illness in 2014 She has kept Cinnamon Ridge as her primary residence but divides her time between there and her son John s farm, where she has the support of her loved ones and can enjoy his horses, cows, and raise her own chickens.Catherine loves animals and birds, both wild and domestic She presently has two Australian shepherds, six cats, and a very old canary She is very family oriented as well Her older son has lived in Japan, Australia, and now resides in New Zealand Catherine and her stateside family will celebrate Christmas on the north island with Sidney, his wife Mary, and their two sons, Liam and Jonas.


    Commentaires:

    Vanessa Kelly
    I would rate this antho as a five star based only on Loretta Chase's novella, The Mad Earl's Bride. Fantastic writing, wonderful story. LC at her best. The other two novellas are entertaining and worth the read, too.

    Annie
    So, 3 novellas - 3 'forced' weddings. As always with anthologies, a bit rocky.First up: 'Fancy free' by Catherine Anderson. Western. She wears glasses, but was rejected because of them, so doesn't wear them in public - hence, embroils the wrong brother in her revenge plot. Found the next morning in a compromising position IN THE CHURCH! How convenient, they could just get married straight away And, seeing as hero was thinking about getting hog-tied anyhoo (those brothers of his are all running w [...]

    An Odd1
    (1&2 reread From Three Weddings and a Kiss Sep 2017 )1 Fancy Free by Catherine Anderson - Funny. Frontier girl's revenge for sister marries her to eldest of many boys. (view spoiler)[ Jealous of his aunt, terrific housekeeper and cook, she moves out, so he has to confess love. (hide spoiler)]2 The Mad Earl's Bride by Loretta Chase - Bride is admirable for medical curiosity ahead of her time leading to surprise ending (view spoiler)[ Migraines cause Earl's painful phantasms. Secret concussion [...]

    Barbara
    Three short stores, three brides, three forced marriages 3* — Fancy Free4* — The Mad Earl's Bride5* — Scandal's BrideI have a couple of concerns/complaints about the first story. Dora Faye is referred to as Rachel's friend. Would a very respectable marshal's daughter who was dating a preacher's son have a "soiled dove" bar maid as a close friend in the late 1890's? I don't think so, especially in a small town. Dora Faye's help should have been more in the way of a business transaction than [...]

    Sam
    Fancy Free: I am seriously distracted by the author's obvious unfamiliarity with how nearsightedness works. If the heroine can see well enough to be standing inn three yard and tell there are dirty socks on a washboard on the porch, she can see well enough to read! If she can only barely read something right in front of her face with difficulty, then she can't see people's expressions, and walk around without running into and tripping over things. Pick a degree of blindness and stick with it! Al [...]

    Lorka
    This is the first time that I actually enjoyed reading a book with novellas, or short stories. Normally the characters fall in love way too quickly (being that the authors don't have much time to drag it out). But these stories were all done very well! My favorite being the story by Samantha James, a misunderstanding/shotgun wedding, slowly fall in love, always a perfect storyline for me. Second runner-up is the Loretta Chase story, it was interesting with the hero's medical issue and it kept me [...]

    Maria
    I bought the book because I'm a Catherine Anderson fan, but the value in these books is that they often introduce you to new writers - or, at least, authors you may not have read before. Ms. Anderson's contribution is set in the old west around the 1890's - so not too terribly old west. I give it three stars. It was not up to her normal caliber but few of her histories are (except Comanche Moon, of course). It was nevertheless a nice read. The offering by Loretta Chase, who is a new author for m [...]

    Heather
    Three brides, three beginnings, three stories of incomparable romance from USA Today bestselling authors Catherine Anderson, Loretta Chase, and Samantha James.Celebrate the glorious, magical moment when man and woman become husband and wife with these three couples, joined by a passionate promise of forever—and inspired by true love. Wedded bliss has never been this wicked . . . Three classic stories from some of the top names in romance are brought together for the first time in this antholog [...]

    Debbie
    Three authors - Catherine Anderson, Loretta Chase and Samantha James.For whatever reason - I liked the Anderson story the best. It caught my interest from the get go and I finished it in one sitting. The Loretta Chase story I was not as fond of. The storyline was quite different but it just seemed a little vague in spots. Too bad really because I have quite liked her other books. Samantha James was not quite as good as Anderson - but still interesting enough to hold my interest. Overall gave it [...]

    Donna
    I struggled with the rating for this anthology. I thoroughly disliked the Anderson novella, I actually felt uncomfortable while reading it. I've read the Chase novella before, and it was just ok. I really liked the last story by James, I'd probably give it 4+ stars. I always have trouble understanding why publishers re-package unappealing stories that were written fifteen years ago. Too bad the James novella had the misfortune to be grouped in with inferior works,

    Kristi Lewis
    I loved Catherine Anderson's Fancy Free story. Rachel was a hoot, loved all the mishaps. She was made for Clint and his family.I'm sorry to say I couldn't get into Loretta Chase's The Mad Earl's Bride, so I skipped it. Maybe I will try reading it another time. Samantha James' Scandal's Bride was a nice ending story fitting for the Three Times a Bride collection. Miles and Victoria made for a good match.

    Ilze
    I read Loretta Chase's story quite a while ago, before joining GR, and I remember that it was good, but a little strange, part of the "Lord of Scoundrels" series. Will have to revisit it.4 stars for Samantha James' story, which I came across today in another anthology, "Married at Midnight". An enjoyable angsty read both times.

    Jujubee
    Short and sweet historical western. The storyline seemed plausible from the hero, Clint's, POV for the time frame, but Rachel just seemed a little too ditzy to me to ever survive outside her father's home. I've never read Catherine Anderson before, but this story reminded me of a 1970s western romCom type moviejust needed the Duke's signature group fight scene and token Indian sidekicks!

    Rachel Rogers
    Nothing spectacular but it did deliver on what I was looking for, light, quick romances. I wouldn't say they were really lighthearted - dealing with some weighty issues. The first story felt like a retelling of Seven brides of Seven Brothers in some ways, but with only 1 bride since the brothers ranged in age from 31 down to 6.

    Rebecca (everyday reader)
    The beginnings of marriages are proven to be challenging in these novellas, though it was only okay as far as this anthology goes. A western love story with interesting characters. An earl with an altogether different ailment than was originally thought. And a secret kept from a bride at first makes wrong assumptions as to why. Decent read!!

    Horiye
    I read "The Mad Earl's Bride" Only online. I liked the story It was nice and kind of funny since the "Hero's" madness turned out to be just Migraine xDI liked this story and will rate the book based on it only :)

    Brittany
    I read this book for the novella by Loretta Chase. One I got to the story I realized I had already read it! Oops! The other two stories were OK. The heroines were a bit too dramatic at times. It seemed like all they did was cry.

    Ana
    I usually love everything from Catherine Anderson, but I disliked this one. I felt everything was rushed, the protagonists (Rachel and Clint) were underdeveloped and didn't grab my attention and I just had that "yawn" feeling throughout the book

    Megan
    Only read the last two stories and i really enjoyed the samantha James one, nice happy ending! Tried andersons story but just didn't Ike it. Chase's was a good one though!

    Annette Meier
    Cute little short stories - good way to try out new authors.

    Sarah
    Three stories. First of all, the last story was not good. Second, all three authors generally write novels, and instead of short stories, these felt like novels with the middle 50% excised.

    Angela9600
    Ok. Liked parts of every story, but none of them a lot.

    Michelle
    I only read Eloisa James' short story, but it was wonderful! I love her smart women characters! And this had a really interesting premise: a mad duke.

    Lady
    Fancy Free is the first story I ever read and loved in the romance genre, it is an awesome sweet story worth reading. I re read it whenever the urge hits me cause it is so good.

    Laurie
    ugh no! Bad sex stories.

    Eileen
    All three of these stories could have been made into a longer book, but all were good and complete as they were.

    Mysterious
    Anderson: Good lord, her female character was a useless dipshit.Chase: Love this one.James: Just okay.

    Bebe Four
    Anderson: 3Chase: 4 (The Mad Earl's Bride)James: 2+

    Tara
    Read the 1st one only

    Jennifer
    I had already read the first two stories, so three stars fir the last story.

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