A Wedding Wager
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 21st 2011
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Blackwater Brides (#2)
WARNING: SPOILERS AND GIFs AHEAD!So, that was it? I swear, I read this entire book, and not once did I see a "wedding wager" mentioned. Not once. I'm still waiting. It's possible that the "wager" referred to in the title and on the back cover is actually the whackadoodle premise that made this book ...
I struggled to get through this book. I couldn't connect to the main characters and it didn't get interesting until near the end.
http://www.bittenbyparanormalromance.com/2011/06/review-wedding-wager-by-jane-feather.htmlwild about bonesSet in 1762 London, nothing is predictable about this second novel in Feather's Blackwater Brides historical romance series. Serena and Sebastian find themselves mixed up with a will containing ...
Yes, I did it again. I read the second and not the first in a trilogy. *snicker* In this trilogy an uncle in charge of a vast fortune decided to make things horrid for three brothers by requiring each to wed a woman deemed "fallen", someone not worthy of an earl's station before he dies. However, as...
A despicable uncle set on revenge challenges the three Blackwater brothers to find wives who are fallen women to marry in order to inherit his vast fortune. Penniless and facing debtor’s prison the brothers have no other choice but to each find a disreputable bride that fits their uncle’s standards....