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Gingerbread Bride Paperback – May 1, 2016
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Top Customer Reviews
Since the age of fourteen, Rick Redepenning (now Lieutenant Rick Redepenning) seemed to always be rescuing the little sprite that was his Captain’s daughter. At least he did until orders took him elsewhere. Now years later, recovering from an injury, Rick is the one running away; away from friends embarrassed by his injury and a sister who smothers him with care.
His travels bring him upon the little sprite, who isn’t so little anymore, traipsing across a field with valise in hand and spots danger approaching. Seems things never change. Surprised to see the man of her childhood infatuation come to her rescue yet again Mary tries to hide her irritation and reluctantly agrees to let him deliver her to her aunt’s; a delivery in which neither imagined the outcome.
A well written tale by Jude Knight that had this reader feeling right in the middle of the adventure – from Mary and Rick’s first meeting, the whirlwind that is Aunt Dorothy to the two conniving cousins – this reader felt it all.
Genre ~ Regency
Series ~ Book 2 in The Golden Redepennings
Ending ~ HEA (No Cliffhanger)
Sex ~ Sweet (Kisses)
Would I read again ~ Yes
After years of traveling with her father’s fleet, London society is now the scene for new adventures and pitfalls. Fake friends and social blunders make for solitary spinsterhood sound appealing. Lieutenant Rick Redepenning will once more come to the rescue of Mary and of her heart.
I had always loved this kind of story in which the characters had known about each other in the past and reunited in the future.
I really love this story. He was really sweet to her, but after one other wrong statement, Mary became distant. I enjoy how he tried to woo her and the story had a great twist.
The cover of the book is especially delightful. It's an actual decorated gingerbread cookie!