The Accidental Wedding

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When Nash Renfrew wakes in the bed of lovely Maddy Woodford, he thinks he's dreaming. Then he learns of his accident and the loss of his memory. But when it returns, Nash has no desire to leave Maddy's side and continues pretending he has amnesia. With each passing day, Nash's attraction to Maddy grows. But he's a diplomat and she's just a country girl. How can he even entertain thoughts of seducing her?
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When Nash Renfrew wakes in the bed of lovely Maddy Woodford, he thinks he's dreaming. Then he learns of his accident and the loss of his memory. But when it returns, Nash has no desire to leave Maddy's side and continues pretending he has amnesia. With each passing day, Nash's attraction to Maddy grows. But he's a diplomat and she's just a country girl. How can he even entertain thoughts of seducing her?
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Library Journal
Madeleine Woodford's life in a small cottage with her five half-siblings is difficult enough without a stranger getting tossed from his horse practically on her doorstep. Now the unconscious fellow is in her bed, while she contemplates sleeping on the cold stones in front of the fire. Who would it hurt if she sneaked into that bed just to get some rest? Upon regaining consciousness, the stranger doesn't remember who he is, and Maddy can't help imagining a love all her own. Eventually, Nash Renfrew does recover his memory, but he won't tell this lovely, admirable, and fascinating woman that he is her new landlord, whose business agent has supposedly been trying to evict her—under his orders. Verdict Gracie (To Catch a Bride) paints an affecting portrait of a woman surviving parental neglect to manage a home via her wits (she barters home-grown vegetables, eggs, and honey for custom) and a diplomat who's not so diplomatic when it comes to the woman he wants but won't admit he loves. A finely crafted tale, with just the right amount of sexuality.—Bette-Lee Fox, Library Journal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425233825
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 304,350
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted September 11, 2010

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    Regency romance fans will want to read The Accidental Wedding, a warm historical

    In 1819, Maddy Woodford struggles with keeping the roof over her head and that of her five younger half-siblings she is raising; especially demanding is her odious landlord. Maddy observes an obvious gentleman riding his horse, but when the man and his steed make a leap from a muddy surface, he is knocked out. She brings him to her home to help him heal.

    When Nash Renfrew regains consciousness, he suffers from amnesia. As he slowly recuperates and begins to regain bits and pieces of his memory, Nash also is attracted to his nurse. A gentleman even with limited recall, Nash offers to marry her so she will not become a scandalized pariah and to thwart her nasty landlord. However, as they fall in love, he remembers who he is; a career diplomat cannot wed a country bumpkin.

    Although amnesia has been used as a matchmaking plot device in historicals many times (see Kiss to Remember by Teresa Medeiros and Lost in Your Arms by Christina Dodd), the lead couple and her siblings bring freshness to the storyline. Readers will like Maddy and Nash while hissing at the sinister landlord. Regency romance fans will want to read The Accidental Wedding, a warm historical.

    Harriet Klausner

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 11, 2010

    Loved it!

    I have started and stopped a lot of books recently. They just didn't hold my interest. I had a hard time putting this one down it was so good. Finally! This is the 4th book in a series but definitely stands alone. I think it is the best one so far. The H & H are very likeable and the storyline is interesting. The other characters are written well and fun to get to know. Looking forward to Luke's story next.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 2, 2010

    recommended

    this is a really good book to read. it you like lite hearted regency reading this your in for a treat with this book. well worth my time and money to read.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    Once again another amazing book by Anne Gracie!!!!!

    I absolutely loved this book just like all of her other books. I always look foward to her new books that come out and will continue.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 19, 2010

    A WARM DILIGHTFUL REGENCY HISTORICAL ROMANCE!

    THE ACCIDENTAL WEDDING by Anne Gracie is a wonderful historical romance set in 1819 Bath, England. It is well written with depth,details, is fast paced,full of twist,turns and a page turner. It has romance, sensuality,danger,passion, love, action pack, has wit, five adorable children, a caring woman, a strong caring man, and obnoxious supposing landlord and a lost of family. The hero, Nash, is handsome,strong, a career diplomat, ready to marry,looking for a biddable woman with good pedigree, does not want to marry for love and is falling in love with the beautiful not so biddable Maddy. The heroine, Maddy, is beautiful, strong willed, determination, caring for her five half siblings, trying to manage on merger provisions, she grows her own vegetables, attends to her beehives,making hats for the ladies of the village and has a demanding landlord or so she thinks. Nash has a trouble fall in front of Maddy, while it is snowing. She takes him into her meager cottage, which is on his just acquired property. Nash loses his memory, does not know who he is or where he is from. Maddy nurses him back to health, while trying not to fall in love with him. Nash is attracted to Maddy in a way he has never been attracted to another women. Maddy knowing if anyone finds out Nash is awake and still in her home will compromise her good name. Maddy's youngest sibling. Lucy, is adorable, witty and will pull at your heart strings. Lucy decides Nash needs a princess to wake him up so she kisses him and he soon wakes up. What happens next is a lesson in fairy tales do come true. Although, Maddy and Nash fight their attraction of each other in the end true love always wins. I would recommend this book especially if you enjoy a good Regency romance,a caring role model and finding your true love. This book was received from the publisher and details can be found at Berkley Sensation, a division of Penguin Group and My Book Addiction and More.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2013

    The Best Book I have read this year

    A true Cinderella story with 5 charming children...I could not put this book down and hated for it to end. I would give 8 stars if I could.

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  • Posted May 17, 2012

    book is incomplete publishing wrror

    Accidental Bride by Ann Gracie ISBN978042523382-5
    purchased on line from Barnes and Noble April 12 2012

    This is a publisher's disaster.

    after page 184 there comes pgs 84-136 then a jump to pg 233

    what I read was great -- would like to see the rest of the chapters.

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