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The Bridegroom by Joan Johnston
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The Bridegroom (edition 1999)

by Joan Johnston

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He vowed to wed, bed, and abandon her. But love got in the way...Joan Johnston sweeps you back to Regency era England and Scotland with a love story that will take your breath away. Here is romance at its best as Johnston brings back unforgettable characters from her bestsellers Captive, After the Kiss, and The Bodyguard in a spellbinding novel of seduction and betrayal.She was the reigning belle of the ton for the fourth Season in a row, but Lady Regina Wharton, the Duke of Blackthorne's daughter, was determined to avoid the perils of marriage. She had already seen enough to distrust all men. Then Clay Bannister, the dashing Earl of Carlisle, dared to steal a kiss and stir new and exciting desires.Scarred by tragedy, Carlisle intrigued her with his mysterious past and his dark, dangerous charm. She never suspected she was about to marry her father's most vengeful enemy--or that her greatest defense would be the passions...… (more)
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Title:The Bridegroom
Authors:Joan Johnston
Info:Island Books (1999), Edition: Regular Print/Single Titl, Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
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OK, maybe I'm hormonal today but I really liked this book. Carlisle was definitely a conniving beast in the beginning, but he softened slowly but surely. Reggie was a little gullible at first, but she toughened up and started standing up to him. I like the story of Becky and her awful husband and then Mick's story (yes, too good to be true-but this is a romance novel!).
This was 4 1/2 plus stars for me. Very good ending to a great series. ( )
  mary23nm | Feb 27, 2019 |
Lady Regina Wharton is determined to avoid the perils of marriage and has earned the nickname The Ice Princess when the Earl of Carlisle starts calling. Why would he be interested in a woman who has already been thru 4 season's and who's father ruined his life and had him imprisoned? What terrible game is he playing? Reggie of course falls for him and it is only after marriage that she learns the truth-that she is a pawn in his game of revenge. ( )
  slvoight | Mar 31, 2013 |
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This book is dedicated to my editor, Maggie Crawford, who besides her marvelous editorial and marketing talents, loves chocolate desserts, Broadway theater, and spending a sunny Sunday afternoon at a Dolphins football game as much as I do.
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