The Wedding Vow : A Save the Date Novel: The Billionaire's Demand
by Cara Connelly

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Cara Connelly's second Save the Date novel proves that opposites do attract . . .

The playboy
Sexy billionaire Adam LeCroix has a mission: hunt down the sultry spitfire he blames for his troubles, demand her help, and exact revenge while he's at it.  Read more...

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Cara Connelly's second Save the Date novel proves that opposites do attract . . .

The playboy
Sexy billionaire Adam LeCroix has a mission: hunt down the sultry spitfire he blames for his troubles, demand her help, and exact revenge while he's at it. Maddie St. Clair will help him . . . or else.

The prosecutor
Former prosecutor Maddie damn near nailed Adam for stealing, but the lucky bastard walked. Now, five years later, he's back, arrogant as ever, giving her an ultimatum--work for him to collect the insurance money, or she'll never work again.

The problem
Maddie's all about right and wrong. Adam's shades of gray. So when he uncovers the hot body under her hard-ass veneer and she finds he's a thief with a heart, can the law-and-order lawyer and the fast-and-loose felon put their prickly past behind them?

  • ISBN-13: 9780062282354
  • ISBN-10: 0062282352
  • Publisher: Avon Books
  • Publish Date: September 2014
  • Page Count: 390
  • Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds

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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2014-08-11
  • Reviewer: Staff

Heists and romance mix in the feisty second Save the Date contemporary (after The Wedding Favor). Political shenanigans prevented federal prosecutor Maddie St. Clair from taking on Adam Le Croix, the self-made billionaire turned art thief. Five years later, someone steals from Adam and his insurance company won't pay out, so he hires Maddie, who's now in private practice. What begins as a mercenary talent acquisition quickly turns into a full-fledged seduction, but Maddie is an abuse survivor who shuns even the sexiest of men. Of course, that just makes her more desirable to Adam, who whisks her away to Italy where his villa, staff, and Mediterranean scenery might accomplish what personal charm can't. It's also where he's housing his biggest secret and planning the heist that might spell the end of their fragile relationship. This battle of the sexes is sensual, zesty, and full of zing, but readers will wish for less reliance on Adam's alpha-know-best arrogance to break through Maddie's barriers. (Oct.)

BookPage Reviews

Romance: Taking care of business

Love is served up spicy in The Wedding Vow, the latest in Cara Connelly’s Save the Date series. Known for her pugnacious personality, attorney Maddie St. Clair can’t say no when she’s ordered by her boss to represent billionaire Adam LeCroix. Despite the fact that Maddie tried to bring the arrogant, gorgeous businessman to trial as an art thief five years prior, the financial strain of supporting her younger sister makes taking the case a necessity. This time around, one of Adam’s own paintings has gone missing, and the insurance company refuses to pay up. Adam wants Maddie’s relentless personality in his corner . . . and her beautiful body in his bed. To get both, he keeps her close—first in his Manhattan penthouse, and then in his Italian villa. Though Maddie refuses to be impressed by his wealth, she can’t help the attraction she begins to feel for Adam as they unravel the mystery of his lost artwork. Can love overcome both their secrets and their strong wills? Beautiful people in beautiful locations make this a romance to remember.

Shona Husk continues to build upon the well-detailed fairy world of her Court of Annwyn series in To Love a King. After seven years apart, the crown prince of Annwyn, Prince Felan, returns to the mortal realm to find the woman he loved and lost: the beautiful Jacqueline Ara. With the fate of both fairies and humans in jeopardy, Felan has two weeks to bring home a wife, and he has his sights set on Jacquie. But Jacquie feels betrayed by Felan, who broke her heart when he walked away from her years ago. Now older and wiser, she can’t even see how a human-fairy relationship would work. But Felan is persuasive—not only does he still love Jacquie, he knows she is the key to saving the denizens of both their worlds. There are no good choices here, only dangerous situations, and to be together, the lovers must be willing to risk everything—including their lives. This imaginative tale filled with poignancy and magic is sure to suit fans of paranormal romance.

A Scottish spinster finds all she didn’t know she wanted in The Prince Who Loved Me, the first book in Karen Hawkins’ new Oxenburg Princes series. Bronwyn Murdoch is content to imagine a future in which she stays at home forever, helping her father, an inventor, and watching over her social-climbing stepsisters. That is, until a fateful encounter with Alexsey Romanovin, a visiting prince from Oxenburg. Alexsey is accompanied on his travels by his grandmother, who holds the key to his deepest desire: the crown of Romany. But she insists Alexsey marry before naming him as heir, and the flirtatious prince is determined to resist, even as he’s charmed by Bronwyn, who has never been tempted by love outside the pages of a book. Alexsey decides to while away his little vacation with a brief seduction of the Scottish miss, then move on. When Bronwyn overhears his scheme, she’s determined to thwart him, but their hearts have a plan of their own. Sparkling dialogue, a feel-good secondary romance and charming characters make this historical romance a standout.

This article was originally published in the October 2014 issue of BookPage. Download the entire issue for the Kindle or Nook.

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