His Bride to Be

His Bride to Be

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by Catherine Blair, Kensington Publishing Corporation Staff
     
 

Couples find wedded bliss against all odds in this charming, hilarious, and tender Regency collection. Behind a clould of confetti, the snowy flounce of a bridal gown, and the solemn strains of the organ, lies many a tale...

A rich merchant's daughter and an impoverished aristocrat are led to the altar through a merry romp of misunderstandings in Catherine Blair

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Couples find wedded bliss against all odds in this charming, hilarious, and tender Regency collection. Behind a clould of confetti, the snowy flounce of a bridal gown, and the solemn strains of the organ, lies many a tale...

A rich merchant's daughter and an impoverished aristocrat are led to the altar through a merry romp of misunderstandings in Catherine Blair's "The Rebellious Bride." Doomed to spinsterhood by family tradition, Cathleen Clare's "The Impossible Bride" must choose between being a dutiful daughter or fleeing with her forbidden groom to England's historic haven for starcrossed lovers. And will a thorny tumble from an apple tree, in Hayley Ann Solomon's "The Branbleberry Bride" mean a change of partners for two noble brothers and their lovely ladies?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780821766101
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
05/01/2000
Series:
Zebra Regency Romance Series
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.26(w) x 6.92(h) x 0.83(d)

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His Bride to Be 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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'The Rebellious Bride' by Catherine Blair, Diana Quinlan arrives home to discover that her parents have arranged a marriage for her. Unfortunately, Diana has already promised herself to another man. In 'The Impossible Bride' by Cathleen Clare, Venetia Woodbridge knows that her dreams of a husband and children are not to be because of the Woodbridge tradition that the youngest daughter remain unwed and take care of the parents. She meets Darian, Lord Enville. When he hears of the strict rules placed on Venetia, he wants to rescue her from a life of servitude based on tradition. In 'The Brambleberry Bride' by Haley Ann Solomon, Captain Bertram Ralston's brother has decided that Bertram must do his duty and provide the family with an heir. It is this decision that has him visiting Miss Anastasia Richmond, his candidate for a bride. Unfortunately Bertram loses his heart to Anastasia's companion, Vivienne Townsend, before he sees Anastasia.