The bride and groom cordially request the presence of...
The bride's sister, Delilah, the very proper widowed Lady Hargate, and Samuel Russell, the groom's friend, a very eligible, slightly improper bachelor, at their upcoming wedding.
Lady Hargate and Mr. Russell, previously acquainted during one unforgettable night in New York City when caution - and clothing - were thrown to the wind, will choose to pretend they have never met before.
The lady plans to avoid love and its complications at all costs.
The gentleman intends to change her mind.
Guests are invited to enjoy the many diversions of Millworth Manor - delightful grounds, lavish drawing rooms, secluded corners - and the chance to discover that one night may have been only the beginning.…
"Sparkling dialogue and endearing characters make this an enthralling read." (Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times best-selling author)
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Snobbish annoying rather stupid heroine
I haven't even finished this book and I am so mad at the heroine. What a fool! Sam really cares for her and all she cares about is social position and what is expected. Even now with an hour left she scoffing at love as if it is the most ridiculous thing she has ever heard. She keeps saying she is trying to avoid a broken heart but really the girl is a broken down snobbish harpy who won't admit she is wrong even if it means she ( horrid Deliah) will be unhappy. He tries to talk to her several times and the women tells him the same tired line over and over we aren't right for each other it wouldn't work blah blah blah.....
At this point I don't care if Sam and Deliah ever see each other again.
There isn't one!
Boring! Didn't bother finishing.
I was disappointed with the dialog. The characters talked, but didn't really say much. There was no tension between the hero and heroine.
The whole premise of the story was that the hero/heroine are meeting each other after a night of passion. From what I heard of the heroine, this was highly unlikely. I just couldn't see her getting over herself enough to do something like that.
She made the hero sound like he was on downers.
I can't think of any.
Don't waste your time, money or credit!