"You cursed me and all my future heirs."
Oh, how I've missed the Bradford men.
I was so happy I was introduced to the one who started it all. Robert Bradford.
*sigh* Need I say more?
Just mentioning that name makes me grin like crazy.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE all the Bradford men.
Please, someone, tell me they're real and I can have one for my birthday.
Elizabeth and Robert.
They are responsible for creating the stubborn, loving, possessive, impatient, charming, hot-tempered men with an insatiable appetite that we can't help but fall in love with. We get to sigh and swoon as we learn how an endearing Bradford anniversary tradition came to start way back in the 1820's.
It's not a Neighbor From Hell book unless the main characters make each other's lives a living hell, is it? As always, the banter, fighting and revenge between the two were very entertaining. I loved watching this unfold in a historical setting too.
Yes, this is a historical romance, but it's really easy to follow; you don't have to be a fan of the genre to love this book, just a fan of the Bradford men.
I've become addicted to this series enough that they're my go-to books when I need a sweet fix. And the ending is a perfect set-up if you want to re-read the entire series.
I realize I might've typed Bradford in just about every sentence, but there's really no better way to describe them.