Review – The Right Bride by Jennifer Ryan

The Right BrideGenre: Contemporary Romance
Series: The Hunted Series, Book 3
Bought my copy from Amazon on April 30th, 2013

Blurb
High-powered businessman Cameron Shaw doesn’t believe in love—until he falls head over heels for beautiful, passionate, and intensely private Martina. She’s perfect in so many ways, immediately bonding with his little girl. Martina could be his future bride and a delightful stepmother … if only Cameron weren’t blinded by his belief that Shelly, the gold-digging woman he’s promised to marry, is pregnant with his child.

No matter how much his friends protest his upcoming marriage to Shelly, Cameron knows he has a duty to his children, so he’s determined to see it through.

Will he find out in time that Shelly’s lying and Marti’s the one who’s actually carrying his child? It’ll come down to the day of his wedding. After choosing Shelly over Marti at every turn, will he convince Marti she’s his world and the only woman he wants?

Thoughts
I cried and wanted to scream throughout most of this book. Cameron Shaw is an idiot, a sexy, stubborn and blind idiot. Marti went through so much. She is a much stronger woman than me. I couldn’t do it.

The Right Bride is full of emotional upheaval, betrayal, lies and just a scandalous b!tch.  When the story started, I wanted to like Shelly, to feel sorry for her even. She made that so hard. I don’t understand how Cameron could choose a woman who treated his five year old daughter the way she did. What did she do to earn his trust, where he would believe her over everyone else? I don’t understand that at all.

Sam and Jack made me so happy when they escorted him out of the hospital. You would think that would’ve made him wake up, no such luck.

I really liked the fact that we are keeping up-to-date with the heroes and heroines of the first two books in the series. I hope there will be a fourth book in The Hunted Series. Tyler and Morgan need their own story. I can’t wait to learn about Morgan.

Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Slinky


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