Review: Whitelaw's Wedding by Beverly Barton
Silhouette Intimate Moments ~ ISBN: 978-0373271450 ~ Sexy! ~ May 2001
Book Blurb: WAITING FOR WHITELAW
He was the man she had once offered her innocence to. The man who had heartlessly turned her away, claiming she was too young for him. Now Hunter Whitelaw, world-weary security agent with a body built for sin, was the man Manda Munroe would marry….
Hunter claimed their marriage was only a means to lure her stalker out. But when the brooding bodyguard discovered his bride was just as passionate — and just as innocent — as ever, his hard heart was shaken to the core. For now Hunter knew with the certainty of a man aching with long-held desire that Manda was bound to be only his!
THE PROTECTORS: Ready to lay their lives on the line, but unprepared for the power of love.
– Now that I’m over the searing disappointment of Navajo’s Woman, I was thrilled to pick up Whitelaw’s Wedding. It is fast-paced, thrilling, sexy, sweet and fun all wrapped up in one yummy book. For anyone who had an unrequited mad crush in their teen years, this book is a must read. Manda, whose name annoyed me, made a pass at Hunter at the tender age of sixteen and is gently rebuffed. But over the years the tables turn and this time luck is on her side. You’ll be cheering as hard as I did when she wins the hand of the only man she’d ever loved. Ana, www.ireadromance.com
Whitelaw’s Wedding is the 11th in Barton’s The Protectors Series.