The Bride Ship

The Bride Ship

Book - 2014
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What was his brother's widow--his first love--doing on a ship full of prospective brides headed out West? Clay Howard had been tasked with escorting the Boston belle home, but he didn't anticipate Allegra being so strong-willed--or that he'd wind up traveling with her just to keep her from leaving without him! Allegra Banks Howard isn't going to let Clay interfere with her plans for a new life with her daughter on the frontier. True, Allegra needs his wilderness savvy, but if Clay thinks he can rekindle what they once shared, he had better think again. Because risking her heart for a second chance at being his bride isn't something she'll undertake lightly...
Publisher: New York, NY : Love Inspired Books, 2014
ISBN: 9780373282876
Characteristics: 279 pages ; 17 cm


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Apr 02, 2017

I found this book hard to put down once I started reading it. It isn't full of lots of romance scenes -- it is more like the journey of Allegra and also Clay as they travel on a ship to Seattle from Boston. Allegra is tired of dealing with her deceased husband's family and being controlled by them. Clay is her brother in law and had been gone for years. He now has come back. He finds himself having to go on the same ship as Allegra to keep her and her daughter safe. Allegra refused Clay years ago and neither has forgotten. But during the journey Allegra finds herself having to deal with Clay again and again because her daughter wants to spend time with him.
Just a hint of what the book is like: "You have to stop helping me," she said when he returned to her side. "No," he said, face grim, "You have to stop fighting me."


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