Books by Kate Bridges

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Klondike Wedding

When I started Klondike Wedding, I thought I was in for a treat. I've enjoyed this author's books before, and her tale of a marriage-by-proxy gone terribly wrong started off quite well. However, as unbelievable circumstances built up and an improbable suspense plot cluttered things up, I found mysel ...

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Klondike Doctor

Lovers of Western/Frontier romances sure have there work cut out for them. If you are like me and have a strong affection for this subgenre, you know the pickings are mighty slim. Thankfully, Kate Bridges seems to know a thing or two about a good historic romance not set in 19th century England. Eve ...

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The Bachelor

The Bachelor is set in Calgary, Alberta in 1893, and the hero is a Mountie. The story is a good one and so are the characters, but it suffered from "Harlequin Historical" compression - there were lots of interesting points that were hurried over. If only it could have been longer! The Royal C ...

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The Engagement

The Engagement is an acceptable historical romance that continues Kate Bridges' series about Mounties. It's a decent read, but also falls short in a number of ways. Dr. Virginia Waters was engaged to Andrew Bullock for six years. His parents even paid for her medical education, all with the ex ...

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The Engagement

Dr. Virginia Waters was sure she was marrying the wrong brother! She wanted quiet, safe Andrew, but he had jilted her after a 6 year engagement. Andrew's brother, Inspector Zack Bullock, was a Mountie looking for a wife. A wife who would be busy with her own life and leave him alone to pursue his ca ...

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The Surgeon

I always love to see historical romances set in times and places I don't encounter as often those set in, for example, Regency England or the American West. Therefore, I was excited about reading a novel set among the Mounties in late 19th century Alberta. Sarah O'Neill travels all the way fr ...