The Wayward Bride

The Wayward Bride So much for good intentionsPierce Allyn regarded Trista Vandeleur as nothing but a mixed up kid who had a nasty habit of chewing up young men and spitting them out And he didn t particularly fancy bei

  • Title: The Wayward Bride
  • Author: Daphne Clair
  • ISBN: 9780373112715
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • So much for good intentionsPierce Allyn regarded Trista Vandeleur as nothing but a mixed up kid who had a nasty habit of chewing up young men and spitting them out And he didn t particularly fancy being next on her list.Yet Pierce found himself falling in love with Trista and, despite all his intentions, walking down the aisle with her.He still didn t know what kind ofSo much for good intentionsPierce Allyn regarded Trista Vandeleur as nothing but a mixed up kid who had a nasty habit of chewing up young men and spitting them out And he didn t particularly fancy being next on her list.Yet Pierce found himself falling in love with Trista and, despite all his intentions, walking down the aisle with her.He still didn t know what kind of woman Trista was or exactly why she d married him But then, Trista had a few questions that needed answering, too.

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    1. Daphne Clair de Jong decided to be a writer when she was eight years old and won her first literary prize for a school essay Her first short story was published when she was sixteen and she s been writing and publishing ever since Nowadays she earns her living from writing, something her well meaning teachers and guidance counsellors warned her she would never achieve in New Zealand Her short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies, and a collection of them was presented in Crossing the Bar, published by David Ling, where they garnered wide praise In 1976, Daphne s first full length romantic novel was published by Mills Boon as Return to Love Since then she has produced a steady output of romance set in New Zealand, occasionally Australia or on imaginary Pacific islands As Laurey Bright she also writes for Silhouette Books Her romances often appear on American stores romance best seller lists and she has been a Rita contest finalist, as well as winning and being placed in several other romance writing contests Her other writing includes non fiction, poetry and long historical fiction, She also is an active defender of the ideology of Feminists for Life, and she has written articles about it Since then she has won other literary prizes both in her native New Zealand and other countries These include the prestigious Katherine Mansfield Short Story Award, with Dying Light, a story about Alzheimer s Disease, which was filmed by Robyn Murphy Productions and shown at film festivals in several countries Starring Sara McLeod, Sam s wife in Lord of the Rings Daphne is often asked to tutor courses in creative writing, and with Robyn Donald she teachs romance writing weekend courses in her home in the winterless north of in New Zealand Daphne lives with her Netherlands born husband in a farmlet, grazing livestock, growing their own fruit and vegetables and making their large home available to other writers as a centre for writers workshops and retreats Their five children, one of them an orphan from Hong Kong, have left home but drift back at irregular intervals She enjoys cooking special meals but her cake making is limited to three never fail recipes Her children maintain they have no memory of her baking for them except on birthdays, when she would produce, on request, cakes shaped into trains, clowns, fairytale houses and, once, even a windmill, in deference to their Dutch heritage from their father Daphne frequently makes and breaks resolutions to indulge in some hearty outdoor activity, and loves to sniff strong black coffee but never drinks it After a day at her desk she will happily watch re runs of favourite TV shows Usually she goes to bed early with a book which may be anything from a paperback romance or suspense novel to history, sociology or literary theory.

    2. Re The Wayward Bride - Daphne Clair brings us a brilliant character study of a supposedly spoilt rich girl and an up-and-coming young lawyer who wants the h's father's goodwill to advance his career.This one has mostly H pov of view in it and so we mainly get to know the h from the H's perspective interspersed with secondary character's comments. What the H initially sees is a very beautiful woman who likes to play push and pull games with men. The h's father is all too eager to reinforce the im [...]

    3. This was a surprisingly poignant vintage Harlequin Presents. I didn't expect the depths of anguish that Trista was hiding. I think that it's a good lesson about how people are judged because of what people assume about them. People had pegged Trista as a spoiled rich girl who refused to grow up. Who toyed with men out of boredom. But her actions were the result of deep, unresolved hurt. Pierce is a good hero. While he attempted to maintain a distance from Trista, he couldn't help falling in love [...]

    4. This was a reread for me but it's been awhile. I liked it the first time and liked even more on the second read. I truly appreciate DC's character development. She takes a familiar theme and does so much more than most HP authors do. The heroine is presented as being spoiled, immature, bratty, fickle and shallow. However, DC very quickly invites the reader to understand that this behavior is just a protective defensive shell. It's the personna this h developed to survive the emotional pain and g [...]

    5. I reread this recently since I was in a mood for a dark read. This is more of a psychological drama than a romance. The heroine is very damaged, perhaps too damaged for the HEA to be very believable.The book starts and ends with the hero's POV. He is an up-and-coming lawyer and meets the boss's 21 year old daughter with no unsubtle push from the boss. The heroine comes across as a pampered, heartless maneater and the hero is determined not to be one of her victims like so many of the young men a [...]

    6. What a sweet, angsty story with a surprising twist I did not see coming. The heroine is 21, the only daughter of an indulgent father. Hero is in the same law firm as the father and knows that his career will be enhanced if he takes out the daughter. Heroine is a flirt and comes across as heartless and spoiled, but eventually they do marry. Minor spoiler: (view spoiler)[ The heroine because she loves the hero - she asks him. But we're not sure of the hero. Heroine gets pregnant, has a miscarriage [...]

    7. The hero had his chauvinistic moments but he was a decent human being. He caught up fast and once he realised his fault, he didn't brood, sulk or deny. He didn't shift blames. She didn't shift blames. They apologised and the hero started working on his redemption. That's what they do, they want to make their loved ones happy, and they care.And he was one of those martyr kind I desperately wanted to slap silly! As I was telling Margaret earlier, the poor heroes just can't seem to win with me! If [...]

    8. A wonderful story, full of emotion. With a real good man for a Hero and that makes a positive change. Not the usual cruel tycoon only bent on making more money or/and having as many beautiful and shallow mistresses as possible. Here we have a lawyer, an honest man. A man whose main fault is never saying to heroine that he loves her and when all explodes… He must accept that heroine has the right to have a second chance at mending her tragic past. And that means to set her free and loose her, b [...]

    9. i would recommend this book to everyone. it had one of the best scenes in all harlequins i ever read. the hero received a postcard from the heroine after she had left him. he looked at the card and said "be happy" even when he thought she had left him for another man. a true lesson in love. i would have given it a 5 star but the sex scenes were not described being an old harlequin

    10. This is on several "best" and "favorite" Harlequin lists.It was good, but not anything special. I expected more from the reviews I'd read.

    11. Clair's writing can sometimes be too all over the place and the heroines too tiresome, but this book stood out because of the 'guy'. Super crush on Pierce.

    12. Fantastic book. About halfway through I could suss out what the trouble was, but I still had to keep going to find out for sure. What a well written story!

    13. I read this a long time ago but didn't do a review. This is the book that made me put Daphne Clair on auto buy. It was an excellent romance with believable characters and a totally unexpected twist at the end. It's very very emotional.Before reading my review, I give fair warning that it has a lot of spoilers and in fairness to the story, it should be read without having everything revealed. The climax is true turning point and to know it in advance would diminish the power of the story. It real [...]

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