The Devil Takes A Bride

The Devil Takes A Bride

eBook - 2015
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Return to New York Times bestselling author Julia London's popular Cabot Sistersseries! If you love the novels of Stephanie Laurens and Sarah MacLean you won't want tomiss this compulsively readable tale brimming with lush atmosphere and sizzling passion. A plan born of desperation Once the toast of society, Grace Cabotand her sisters now await the shame of losing high status and fine luxuries upon the deathof the Earl of Beckington. The dire circumstances are inevitable unless, of course,Grace's wicked plot to seduce a wealthy viscount into marriage goes off without a singlehitch. But once a stolen embrace with the wrong man leads her to be discovered in the armsof Jeffrey, the Earl of Merryton, her plan takes a most unexpectedandscorchingtwist. and altered by passion Governed byroutine and ruled by duty, Jeffrey had no desire for a wife before he succumbed to Grace'stemptation. Though his golden-haired, in-name-only bride is the definition of disorder, hecan't resist wanting her in every way. But once her secrets meet his, society mightconsider their lives to be ruined beyond repairwhile Jeffrey might just see it as anew beginning
Publisher: [United States] : HQN Books, 2015
ISBN: 9781460336656
1460336658
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: text file
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Aug 20, 2017

Loved this, especially how the author wove in mental illness. The hero had some type of anxiety disorder, of course undiagnosed, and the heroine's mother had something going on as well. These illnesses made communication challenging in really interesting ways, and the breakthroughs with the hero/heroine were lovely to see.

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"Grace had told him that no one was perfect. But at the end of that meal, when he and Grace finally took their leave with promises to return, he would privately disagree. That meal, that family meal, where everyone was accepted for who they were, was perfect." (p. 342)

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