Hope Edwards gave up everything to travel to London and marry the man of her dreams. When she learns he is dead, she has no other choice than to turn to the man who has taken his place.
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An Unexpected Bride based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book had so much potential, what a waste. FYI a Duke could catch an attempted murder with more help than a coach driver.
This author has potential because her voice is good, but she is in need of an editor's help. One of the glaring problems is that the characters repeatedly do an about face in the space of a paragraph. They are both lightening quick to accuse each other, forgive each other, and turn on each other. Hope comes across as a fickle woman even though that is not her true nature, and Robert drags them into The Great Misunderstanding for no justifiable reason. Additionally, the timing of certain events give it way too much of a star-crossed lovers feel. On the plus side... I had no idea who the villain was until revealed, the secondary characters were well-written, and there were some truly unique plot elements. It would seem this author's publishing house attracts a lot of writing that is far worse though. I strongly suggest you read some of the excerpts before purchasing any of them. http://www.awe-struck.net/books/an_unexpected_bride.html I paid <$2 for this one and feel like I just barely got my money's worth.