The Tyrell sisters seem to be good at running into and causing trouble. In Rebel Bride we meet Susannah Tyrell who is determined not to marry the man her father has said she will marry. When she somewhat unsuccessfully tries to seduce Hugh Beaufort, a favored courtier of Henry VIII, she decides to take matters into her own hands.
When Hugh is sent to track her down and bring her back to be married as her father wishes, he finds himself falling hard for the stubborn woman. But they will have much to overcome.
This was more of a traditional historical romance without as much of the Tudor legacy running through the plot. There is still danger all around, but we just don't see quite as much of the court intrigue as we did before.
I found this to be a better read than the first, and I really enjoyed the way the characters grew toward each other.
*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*