Bridal Favors

Bridal Favors

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Award-winning author Connie Brockway takes readers to the elegant drawing rooms and sprawling country estates of Victorian England in this captivating tale of a woman who must keep an irresistible nobleman’s most scandalous secret—without losing her heart.
 
Evelyn Whyte has never forgotten the night she first met Justin Powell—or the shocking indiscretion that left the raffish military hero eternally in her debt. Now, desperate to save her aunt’s foundering nuptial-planning enterprise, she’s ready for Justin to repay the favor. All she needs is his scenic ancestral home, where she’s determined to show the world that even a woman innocent in the ways of love can turn a simple wedding into the social event of the season.
 
Justin is happy to oblige, but his hospitality may place the wedding party in peril. Unaware of the daring double life he conceals behind a cloak of amiable gentility, Evie and her guests descend on North Cross Abbey. Pursued by enemy agents amid a whirl of festivities, Justin vows to keep Evie safe. But who will protect him from the charms of this alluring woman—and the promise of a matchless love worth any risk?

Baker & Taylor
To save her aunt's wedding business, Evelyn White decides to call in the debt owed to her by Justin Powell, by asking for the use of his home for a client's wedding, but she never expects to find herself falling in love.

Baker
& Taylor

To save her aunt's wedding planning business, Evelyn Whyte decides to call in the debt owed to her by Justin Powell, a military hero, by asking him to use his ancestral home for a client's wedding, but she never expects to find herself falling in love. Original.

Publisher: New York : Dell, 2002.
ISBN: 9780440236740
0440236746
Branch Call Number: FICTION B
Characteristics: 338 p. ; 22 cm.

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Jul 26, 2012

Amusing and entertaining. I had some difficulty imagining the time period accurately, since the author seemed a little vague on setting the scene.

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Jul 26, 2012

"If Gregor Mendel's suggested method of foretelling the traits of inheritance were correct, she ought to be just as lovely as her mother and sister. Unfortunately, apparently people were not beans."

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