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Trouble At The Wedding: Abandoned at the Altar
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon January 2, 2012
Set in 1904. Miss Annabel Wheaton of New York has no interest in true love. Until three years ago, everyone considered her to be nothing more than white trash. But this Southern Belle is now an heiress. She had been humiliated and discarded by her former beau and had taken great pleasure in her revenge. This time Annabel has agreed to marry an earl who needs her money. No one will look down at her or her family ever again. Bernard David Alastair, Fourth Earl of Rumsford may be a fortune-hunter, but the young man is exactly what Annabel wants. That is, until ...

Christian Du Quesne, Duke of Scarborough, is in America to investigate possible business investments. His older brother had accumulated a massive amount of debt before his death. Christian has decided to quit the gaming tables and concentrate upon restoring the family fortune. Not with marriage though. His American wife died twelve years ago and Christian refuses to wed again. So when Annabel's uncle, Arthur Ransom, offers a half million dollars for what should be an easy task, Christian agrees. All Christian has to do is talk Annabel out of marrying Rumsford. What Christian never expects is to fall in love with her.

*** THREE STARS! In this wicked tale the heroine is no weak, simple miss. She is intelligent, resourceful, and has a mean right hook. The hero is a rogue who never intends to reform. He is wild, reckless at times, and a master at lying to himself. Author Laura Lee Guhrke brings London and New York together for this, the third stand-alone story in the "Abandoned at the Altar" series. I admit that there were times that I wanted to strangle each of the main characters, but overall I enjoyed their stubbornness. Delicious! ***

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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