Cursed by his baresark heritage, Mereck
of Blackthorn has vowed never to love. When Mereck encounters
Netta of Caer Caldwell, itís as if destiny is at work. Netta
is being forced to wed and she needs protection from her
family. Mereck wants Caer Caldwell and the man who weds Netta
will be Caer Caldwellís overlord. The fact that Netta fires
Mereckís passions makes him all the more determined to take
Netta as his wife.
Believing Mereck a barbarian, Netta
attempts to evade marriage to the fierce warrior. Although he
can offer his protection and his passion, Mereck will not give
his heart. Netta and Mereck are about to learn that you
cannot avoid what fate has in store.
Seeing Sophia Johnsonís name on a book
cover sends my credit card to twitching. I canít resist Ms.
Johnson because I know Iíll not be reading another cookie
cutter historical romance. Midnightís Bride is
the most classic romance in this series and is delightful.
Ms. Johnsonís ability to successfully distinguish each book in
the Blackthorn trilogy but link the three together keeps the
Midnightís Bride is
tenderly romantic, hysterically funny and deeply passionate.
A delightful read in every way, the Blackthorn trilogy is