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The Bride Hunt (Matchmaker Duncans, #2) - Jane Feather
The Bride Hunt (Matchmaker Duncans, #2)
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In Jane Feather’s dazzling, irresistible romance, London’s most charming matchmakers are faced with a ruinous lawsuit—and now Prudence, the brainy, beautiful middle sister, must save them.   Soon after the Duncan sisters’ personals service turns a profit, their controversial newspaper The Mayfair... show more
In Jane Feather’s dazzling, irresistible romance, London’s most charming matchmakers are faced with a ruinous lawsuit—and now Prudence, the brainy, beautiful middle sister, must save them.   Soon after the Duncan sisters’ personals service turns a profit, their controversial newspaper The Mayfair Lady offends a powerful earl—who is now determined to demolish them in court. In dire need of counsel, the women turn to England’s most sought after young barrister. Sir Gideon Malvern is notorious for his aggressive style—and his love of a challenge. Spirited Prudence, with her beauty unsuccessfully hidden behind spectacles and frumpy clothes, provides him with exactly that. But how in the world will the Duncan sisters be able to afford Gideon’s fee? Prudence proposes a barter: Gideon defends their case; they find him a bride. It’s an exchange of services even this most cynical single barrister cannot refuse.From the Paperback edition.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B000FC0ZMQ
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Matchmaker Duncan Sisters (#2)
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3.0 The Bride Hunt
Fun if a bit light victorian romance about some very free spirited sisters who have taken over the editorship of a newspaper from their mother. When it's sued for libel they have to find a barrister willing to take them on and help them deal with it without exposing them to the public, particularly...
Telynor's Library, and then some
Telynor's Library, and then some rated it
4.0
I rather enjoyed this series, but I doubt that I will be reading it again. Unusual romance in that the novel is set in late Victorian/Edwardian England, and with plenty of historical details. For the longer review, please go here:http://www.epinions.com/content_183425535620
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