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A Midsummer Bride
by Amanda Forester


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One Unconventional American Heiress Can Be Even Wilder Than the Highlands...

Outspoken American heiress Harriet Redgrave is undeniably bad ton. She laughs too much, rides too fast, and tends to start fires pursuing her interest in the new science of chemistry.  Read more...


 
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Overview

One Unconventional American Heiress Can Be Even Wilder Than the Highlands...

Outspoken American heiress Harriet Redgrave is undeniably bad ton. She laughs too much, rides too fast, and tends to start fires pursuing her interest in the new science of chemistry. And despite her grandfather's matchmaking intentions to the contrary, Harriet has no interest in being wooed for her wealth.

Duncan Maclachlan, Earl of Thornton, would never marry to repair the family fortunes. Or would he? When he saves Harriet from a science experiment about to go very, very, wrong, all bets are off.

Marriage Mart Series:
A Wedding in Springtime (Book 1)
A Midsummer Bride (Book 2)
A Winter Wedding (Book 3)

Praise for A Wedding in Springtime:
"This entertaining novel is a diamond of the first order...the clever combination of wit, romance, and suspense strikes all the right notes."--Booklist
"Forester promises her fans a warm, humorous jaunt through Regency England--and she delivers with a cast of engaging characters and delightful intrigue."--RT Book Reviews, 4 stars

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781402271816
  • ISBN-10: 1402271816
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
  • Publish Date: November 2013
  • Page Count: 407


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Books > Fiction > Romance - Historical - Regency

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-09-30
  • Reviewer: Staff

Forester follows A Wedding in Springtime with an ingeniously funny historical. American heiress Harriet Redgrave is shocked when the American ship she’s on is captured by Britain’s Royal Navy and the crew are impressed into service in the war against Napoleon. The Navy delivers her to London and the Earl of Langley, her estranged grandfather, who disinherited Harriet’s mother for marrying a sea captain and who is now determined to marry Harriet to a titled lord. Duncan Maclachlan, the impoverished Earl of Thornton, could use a wealthy wife, but he cares more about a happy marriage. When Harriet is reluctantly shepherded to Duncan’s Highlands house party, it’s amusingly clear that her American ways, including attempting scientific experiments that result in charred drapes, are out of place in English high society. To Duncan’s consternation, he finds her fascinating: “smart and honest and kind, and mysterious, and more than a little touched in the head.” The witty dance of friendship between the two leads both in a direction neither is truly prepared for. Circling spies and thieves provide for divertingly funny subplots, and Forester magically makes it all work. Agent: Barbara Poelle, Irene Goodman Agency. (Nov.)

 
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