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The Bride's Secret (Brides of Bath Book 3)
     

The Bride's Secret (Brides of Bath Book 3)

4.5 17
by Cheryl Bolen
 
The Brides of Bath, Book 3
(Previously published in mass market paperback and as an eBook under the title A Fallen Woman)
Heat Index: Hot
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"This emotional story of a woman's journey from despair to triumph has what we all want from a love story. – In Print

A story of healing, forgiveness and change that will make readers cheer. –

Overview

The Brides of Bath, Book 3
(Previously published in mass market paperback and as an eBook under the title A Fallen Woman)
Heat Index: Hot
* * *
"This emotional story of a woman's journey from despair to triumph has what we all want from a love story. – In Print

A story of healing, forgiveness and change that will make readers cheer. – Romantic Times

I would recommend it to anyone." – Escape to Romance

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Since his commanding officer in the Peninsula took a bullet meant for him, James Moore, now the Earl of Rutledge, feels responsible for the dead man's young son and the boy's exquisite mother, Carlotta Ennis – so responsible that he offers to marry the lavender-eyed beauty. Though their marriage was not to be a love match, Carlotta's torturing presence has James yearning to make her his true wife.

Though she did not love his lordship, her desperate situation forced her to accept his proposal. Little did she know she would come to crave being with him, would hunger for his every touch. If only she could be worthy of the fine man she's married, if only she can keep him from learning her dark secret . .

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012968074
Publisher:
Cheryl Bolen
Publication date:
05/30/2011
Series:
The Brides of Bath
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
182,749
File size:
432 KB

Meet the Author

Cheryl Bolen is the acclaimed author of eight Regency-set historical romances published by Harlequin Historical and Zebra Historical. Her first book, A Duke Deceived, won her the title of Notable New Author and was a runner up for the Holt Medallion for Best First Book. Her One Golden Ring won the Holt Medallion for Best Historical. Her books have been finalists for many writing awards, including the Daphne du Maurier, have been Barnes & Noble bestsellers, and have been translated into French, Portugese, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian, Polish, and Japanese.

Admitting to a fascination over dead Englishwomen, she is a regular contributor to the Regency Plume,The Regency Reader and the Quizzing Glass. Many of her interesting articles on Regency England can be found at her website, www.CherylBolen.com.

She holds an English/journalism degree from the University of Texas and an MS from the University of Houston. Before her first book was published in 1998, she enjoyed careers as a newspaper reporter/editor and as a public school English teacher.

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The Bride's Secret (Brides of Bath Book 3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
JanCrow More than 1 year ago
A wonderful story of a marriage of convenience. I loved the heroine, Carlotta Ennis with her sassy attitude and strong will. When she accepts the proposal of James Moore, the Earl of Rutledge, she didn't expect anything more than help with Stevie, her son and settling her financial problems. Time plays a trick with her heart and she struggles with her growing love for James while keeping her dark past a secret from him. A beautiful romance full of the Regency pagentry that I've come to enjoy so much and characters that will pull at your heart strings will earn this book a space on your keeper shelf.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the other books I've not had a positive light for carlotta. But I'd say this book puts her a new light and redeems her. Sweet storyline. Can't wait to read more of this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is another good book in a good series. I really feel like I am right with all of these characters. Great read!!
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Sandigger More than 1 year ago
I thought this was the best in the series so far. Although it is a series (The Brides Of Bath) it is written so it can be read as a stand alone novel. It was difficult to put down once into the book. I was very happy to see the author wrote a prologue for this book. The others left me feeling like there was something else to say but the ending for this one was very good. I would highly recommend reading it but be sure to have a box of tissues on hand.
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