Bluebeards Bride

She Loved Him Than Life ItselfMark Blackthorne Knew The Moment He First Saw Elizabeth, A Struggling Young Singer From London, That He Had To Have Her And He Pursued Her With A Persistence Bordering On Obsession.Theirs Was A Whirlwind Romance Before She Knew It, Elizabeth S Capacity To Love Him Had Become Limitless And Frightening Especially When She Realized How Vulnerable She D Allowed Herself To Become.She Loved Mark Beyond All Reason Yet, Although He D Asked Her To Become His Wife, He D Never Actually Told Her Why He Wanted Her So Much.Bluebeards Bride

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  • Paperback
  • Bluebeards Bride
  • Sarah Holland
  • English
  • 08 October 2018
  • 9780373027057

10 thoughts on “Bluebeards Bride

  1. says:

    h is wanna be singer and H is dark, dangerous man H follows h home in luxury limo and then maneuvers her into accepting invitation to social situation Mad courtship ensues with H demanding she always wear white and a certain ruby collar necklace h and H marry but all is in not well when h gets a silver key from H an...

  2. says:

    Creepy very creepy H is a widower and only dates women that resemble his deceased wife He marries h without telling her he had been married before and that she was a carbon copy of his former wife She is a bit slow on the uptake and wonders why so many people react strongly to her appearance Also there is a wing in the house that she is forbidden to see When she does finally sneak down there she finds a room with a portrait of the the former...

  3. says:

    Very similar to Rebecca but not as exciting.

  4. says:

    The h falls in love and marries a man, only to find that he is obsessed with his late wife, who looks just like the h There s nothing he says later that makes me think he still isn t obsessed with his late wife al...

  5. says:

    This is somewhat in between Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier and the fairytale Bluebeard And the ending was like An Affair to Remember.

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