Wedded in Sin [NOOK Book]

Overview

The dazzling wedding fashions of A Lady’s Favor dress shop are guaranteed to make any girl the talk of the ton. But the brides aren’t the only ones falling in love…



With her parents murdered and her inheritance stolen, all Penny ...
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Overview

The dazzling wedding fashions of A Lady’s Favor dress shop are guaranteed to make any girl the talk of the ton. But the brides aren’t the only ones falling in love…



With her parents murdered and her inheritance stolen, all Penny Shoemaker has left is her job designing handcrafted shoes for A Lady’s Favor dress shop. But that’s not enough for her to support herself or her young brother. Her only chance to regain what is rightfully hers rests with a strange but brilliant gent with a weakness for damsels in distress.



Samuel Morrison is a dispossessed younger son searching for his place in the world. When Penny’s predicament literally lands at his feet, he sets his keen detective skills to solving her mystery. But she fills more than his time—she fills his heart. How can a lost man solve the mystery, win the girl, and create a life not only for himself, but for her as well? The answer may be just a favor away...





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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101610640
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 8/7/2012
  • Series: A Bridal Favors Novel , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 119,024
  • File size: 675 KB

Meet the Author

USA Today bestselling author JADE LEE has been scripting love stories since she first picked up a set of paper dolls. Ball gowns and rakish lords caught her attention early (thank you Georgette Heyer), and her fascination with the Regency began. And as a Taurus, she lives to pit a headstrong woman against a tortured hero just to watch them butt heads on the way to true love. Flesh wounds are rare, but the healing and laughter are real.



Now an author of more than thirty romance novels, she finally gets to set these couples in the best girl-heaven of all: a Bridal Salon!  This way she is able to live out all her wedding fantasies, one by one. (Let's be honest, what girl has only ONE idea for her dream wedding?)




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  • Posted February 4, 2014

    Jade Lee has become one of my must read authors. Samuel is so be

    Jade Lee has become one of my must read authors. Samuel is so befuddled but brilliant, and Penny is just a brilliant but very much in the here and now. They come to understand each other as they search for the killers of Penny's parents. I loved these two characters and really enjoyed reading their story and seeing how they come together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2012

    Too cute

    A real sweet romance. A must buy!

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  • Posted March 3, 2014

    One of things that I enjoyed about Jade Lee¿s book, ¿Wedded in S

    One of things that I enjoyed about Jade Lee’s book, “Wedded in Sin” is that the characters were NOT your Regency stereotypes of rich duke/earl/lord and simpering miss at her first season. Her characters, Samuel Morrison (2nd son of a baron) and Penny Shoemaker (merchant class) are about as blue-collar romance as I’ve found among the regency ton. 

    Jade Lee described her hero, Samuel, like Sherlock Holmes (á la Benedict Cumberbatch) and that sealed the deal for me to buy the book. Yes, Samuel is a genius at observation, but bored with life. When he sees a woman getting evicted from her home, he rushes in to solve her several mysteries. He assures himself, he won’t be bored until he can figure out her puzzle and ‘figure out’ Penny.

    Why should Penny trust this absolute stranger? Sure, he’s on her side, but how long will he be there until he gets bored again? Penny’s motivation to find her parent’s murderers and getting her home back push the plot forward, but I could never find what was motivating Samuel. 

    While the romance is (and should be) the focus of the book, I often felt that the mysteries could have been integrated and woven in the romance. Towards the end of the book, it seemed (to me) that the mystery was negated for a personal tragedy for Samuel. I guess Samuel’s disappearance was to show Penny’s growth as a character (she distrust men and has anger issues in the beginning). Another character saves Penny from certain death and another character (Damon) restores her property to her. How was Samuel the hero if other characters are doing his work for him while he’s off camera tending to his personal financial problems? Would a hero leave his heroine, when she needed him most, to make sure he has enough fortune to marry her? 

    Ms. Lee’s writing is brilliant and her descriptions divine, but there were just a few plot/character arcs that were unexpected to me (which isn’t bad – I like to be surprised, but not when the hero doesn’t seem emotionally invested in the romance as the heroine). 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Good book

    This book was good, a bit slow at some points but goes along with the previous book!! Buy it if you are thinking about reading the series

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