Blackthorne’s Bride: A Bitter Creek Novel Review Post (@BerklyRomance)

Published July 25, 2017 by bookbesties


A rogue nobleman, a rescued lady, and revenge undone by romance all play a part in New York Times bestselling author Joan Johnston’s irresistible novel of best-laid plots, delicious deception, and unexpected passion.

Two years have passed since Josie Wentworth was bought from the Sioux for a gold watch and whisked back to England by Marcus Wharton, the Duke of Blackthorne. When Marcus breaks his promise to return Josie to America, she ends up as a maid in the home of his charming but neglected nephews. Once Josie’s long-lost family finds her, however, the suddenly wealthy heiress sets out to save the two boys from their indifferent uncle—and teach the duke a lesson in honor.
Learning that Marcus is seeking a rich American bride to save his estate, Josie plots to catch his eye—certain he’ll never recognize the beauty she’s become as the ragged captive he rescued. But Josie doesn’t wager on her marital charade taking a tender turn, as the nobleman she’s despised for years proves to be a very different man than she’s imagined. And there’s no denying his passionate caresses, as she falls deeper under the spell of a husband determined to claim her heart.

This is an awesome story!  I loved knowing the insider details about each character and how they knew and felt about the other when they didn’t, it made this such a fun read.  I really like that even though this book was written as a continuation to a series (I didn’t know that until after I read the book) that the author wrote for her fans because they requested to know “what happened to Josie” I never felt like I was missing part of the story.  I am looking forward to reading the first 3 books in the series now to see if they can give more insight into the heroin I have grown to love.

stars 4

Bookbesties- Danielle

One comment on “Blackthorne’s Bride: A Bitter Creek Novel Review Post (@BerklyRomance)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: