How to Lose a Bride in One Night
He saved her life…When Annalise Hadley is tossed over the side of her honeymoon barge, the newly minted duchess knows she’s been left for dead—for her husband’s only interest is in her vast dowry, not her muddied lineage. However, she didn’t count on a savior. Especially not an honorable,... show more
He saved her life…When Annalise Hadley is tossed over the side of her honeymoon barge, the newly minted duchess knows she’s been left for dead—for her husband’s only interest is in her vast dowry, not her muddied lineage. However, she didn’t count on a savior. Especially not an honorable, sinfully intriguing earl who will tempt her to risk everything—again.Now he will seduce her heart and soul.A man with his own demons, Owen Crawford, the reclusive Earl of McDowell, is enchanted by the mysterious, courageous woman he rescued. He will help her heal, teach her to protect herself, and then send her away—so that she’ll never see he’s far from the hero she believes him to be.But days and nights alone prove that some secrets are meant to be discovered…some desires are too powerful to resist…and some wounds can be healed only by love.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 30th 2013
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
Series: Forgotten Princesses (#3)
Thankfully, this book seemed to be on the short side, even though it had over 300 pages in it. I didn't enjoy it that much, though I applaud Annalise for wanting to stand up to her ""husband"". There wasn't much actual romance between Annalise and Owen, no actual wooing in order to heighten regard...
She walks with a limp from a poorly healed broken leg as a child and is on the plump side. Not only that, but she's not her father's legitimate child. She does, however, have an enormous dowry. Just the thing to attract the Duke of Bloods worth. But instead of the usual wedding night, her husband ...
More like 2.5 stars. Maybe. It was entertaining, but the plot was entirely too contrived. Like ridiculously:1. Annalise is thrown overboard by her husband on their wedding night. Suspicious much?2. She breaks her lame leg. (A lucky break indeed.)3. She doesn't drown even though she's unconsc...
I bought this book on a whim because I loved the blurb. Plus, the title was so catchy! I also slightly remember reading the first book of the series but for the life of me, I couldn’t remember the details.The story starts of pretty good. We get to met Annalise, the bastard daughter of one of the ...
You guys, I so LOVED this book!! I mean, I already suspected I was going to because hello, it's Sophie Jordan and her historical romances are among the best in my humble opinion, but that I would stay up till 2AM to finish it? Yeah, I hadn't expected that.I love Sophie Jordan, her writing is always ...