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Spenceworth Bride Mass Market Paperback – Sep 2003


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Love Spell (Sept. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0505525607
  • ISBN-13: 978-0505525604
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.8 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,311,037 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sue Lewendon VINE VOICE on 1 Sept. 2010
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This as you may or may not know, is the sequel to Sixpence Bride. Well I say sequel but it is in actual fact the story of Nelwina Honeycutt, the woman who swapped places with Jocelyn Tanner in Sixpence Bride.

As Jocelyn was transported to the year 1797, Nelwina finds herself in present day. She is, as Jocelyn was, the bride in the travel agency's bride auction. The delightful Adam is the lovely groom to be here, in Sixpence Bride he is the gorgeous man on the tour bus who delighted in Jocelyn's dismay.

Anyhoo, Adam finds himself responsible for Nelwina since it was kinda his fault that she fell and bumped her head at the auction. He's recently gained an inheritance whereby he finds himself the new Lord Spenceworth. Unchanged by his new title though, he strives to bring Spenceworth Manor back to it's regal self.

Nelwina is at a loss however, she finds it quite unnerving that people now travel by automated vehicles which require no horses, that there are huge noisy birds in the sky and that hot water now comes directly from a 'spigot' simply at a twist of the hand! She finds herself very much at home however at Spenceworth since she grew up there as help to her mother's seamstress job.

Enter Sophia, Adam's sprightly mother. She believes in palm readers and past lives etc and so she believes Nelwina's story. She's very understanding and tries to convince Adam of the fact, to no avail. Adam just believes that the bump to Nelwina's head is to blame for all the confusion. Why else would she insist on being called by another name, not remember who she really is or where she came from?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Adele204 on 15 April 2013
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I went straight into reading this after finishing the Sixpence Bride by the same author, I was keen to know what happened to Rose when she swapped her life with Jocelyn's . Even though there are references to characters in the Sixpence Bride ,there is no need to have read it to understand and relate to the characters in The Spenceworth bride. The story can be amusing in parts when Rose tries to understand the ways of the 21st century and how she interacts with the other characters especially Adam and Sophia. In parts I found it frustrating that 'Americanisms' were used in the writing when it was clearly set in England, at the time of writing this I have not looked into the authors origin but I do suspect after reading this she is an American. Whilst her character Jocelyn is from America the main characters in this story are English so should remain English.
Despite this it is still a good read
Just a note I believe the main characters name has been changed in more recent editions to Rose but was another name in previous ones
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By K Stander on 14 Oct. 2012
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I read this book and straight away I bought and downloaded the other 2 in the trilogy, (Just reading the third one now).

Definitely gets a thumbs up from me

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By Angel on 25 Nov. 2014
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First was kind of fun to read, but this was silly and boring, sorry . More like a fairy tale than an adult book.
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By May on 16 Jan. 2015
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