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The Bride in Blue

The Bride in Blue

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Wedlocked!

Brotherly love…?

It was Sophia's wedding day, but she wasn't a happy and radiant bride. How could she feel anything but blue when she wasn't marrying Godfrey, the man she'd loved and the father of the baby she was expecting? Instead she was to wed Godfrey's younger brother. Jonathon Parnell was

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Wedlocked!

Brotherly love…?

It was Sophia's wedding day, but she wasn't a happy and radiant bride. How could she feel anything but blue when she wasn't marrying Godfrey, the man she'd loved and the father of the baby she was expecting? Instead she was to wed Godfrey's younger brother. Jonathon Parnell was coldly handsome, and ruthless about carrying out the deathbed promise he'd made to Godfrey: to marry Sophia and give their baby legitimacy and financial security.

Jonathon had assured Sophia that this would be a marriage in name only, but now she was beginning to realize that he expected her to act the role of his wife—in every sense….

"Another display of superb storytelling."—Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459276345
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Series:
Wedlocked! , #1811
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
837,560
File size:
451 KB

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The Bride in Blue 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think if I had to read the name Godfrey , one more time, I would get sick. This is not a typical Miranda Lee romance. The heroine and the hero's mother just moaned on and on about how wonderful the feminine Godfrey was - it just became nauseating. The hero should have walked out and told these women to stuff it! The dead brother was perfect, he liked Mozart, ballet, art and lived an useless, non-productive life - living off of his family's money - to paint mediocre paintings. The heroine is pregnant after 1 disappointing tryst and then Godfrey dies of cancer. Godfrey's brother then marries the girl (who is 20) for a marriage of convenience. The only thanks he gets is to hear constantly the praises from 2 women on how high Godfrey is on that pedestal. YUK! When the heroine finally figures out that the hero is the one to love (better than the dead Godfrey) and is pregnant by the hero - she gives birth to a boy! And - amazingly - they name the baby boy GODFREY. (If I was that boy - I think I would sue my parents when I turn 21)
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