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    A fascinating read

    "The Captured Bride" is a heart-stopping and inspiring tale full of adventure and intrigue, history, and romance. It is a book that compels you to keep reading until the end, and one which you won't soon forget. Michelle Griep is a new-to-me author, but it took just this one book to get me hooked and wanting more. It is also one of "The Daughters of the Mayflower" series (each written by different authors). I have read "The Pirate Bride" and loved it as well, so I'm looking forward to reading "The Mayflower Bride". I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review. The thoughts and opinions are mine alone.
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    Wonderful historical romance

    The Captured Bride is by one of my favorite authors, Michelle Griep, and once again I am not disappointed. The Daughters of the Mayflower series is several stand-alone books by various authors, that follows the Lytton family line through the years. The Captured Bride is third in this series and is set in the mid-1700s in New York where readers will find Mercy Lytton in the middle of the French and Indian War. The historical background portrayed in the story is interesting and informative, bringing to light a war, although I've heard the name of, I know very little about. The characters are wonderful, multifaceted and captivating. Mercy, daughter to a Mohawk father and white mother, has a unique perspective on life in both worlds. She may have keen, falcon-like eyesight but in matters of the heart, she is pretty much blind. Chosen by the fort commander to transfer stolen gold through the unforgiving wilderness, Mercy is paired with Elias, a condemned traitor, and a Frenchman, no less. His choice is either complete this mission or hang at the end of a rope. Secrets, suspense, surprises, sadness, the author has infused this story with emotions and excitement. It is a story of honor and justice and ultimately, of love. Will love survive divided loyalties in this war-torn wilderness? I received a complimentary copy of the book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions are my own.
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    Lots of varmints in the woods.

    Prisoner, awaiting execution is amazingly offered a chance to escape death, by going along on a long journey, posing as a family man, to get a load of gold to another fort. He is wary at first, not knowing the plans his jailers have for him. He decides to take the deal, because anything else is death. Young maiden who was raised with the Mohawks, but lives at the fort now, working as a scout. She has exceptionally good eyesight & the general who is arranging this trek, wants her to go. She will play the wife of the prisoner. Also along will be another scout, who is like a father to the maiden, he is older than she and will play the role of father to her. The other person along is a young, lazy teenager who is good for nothing. The maiden wishes that he wasn't along, but it makes the story of a family going home, more plausible. They encounter all sorts of varmints on the trail, 4 legged ones and 2 legged ones. The book has several twists and turns, I'll not reveal them, but encourage you to read this book. I was furnished with this book by the publisher, Barbour. I am under no obligation to leave a review.
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    Fast paced, dangerous, so interesting!

    Fast paced, dangerous and an interesting story during colonial days in America. Who would betray who was my thought as we traveled through the wilderness to deliver a shipment of gold. Didn't figure it out until the last pages, I sure do like it when that happens!! "I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review."
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