Trouble at the Wedding
Annabel is about to marry the perfect man . . . The last thing Miss Annabel Wheaton desires is true love. She learned the hard way that love makes a woman foolish and leads only to heartache. That’s why she agreed to marry an earl who needs her money. He’s got a pedigree and a country estate,... show more
Annabel is about to marry the perfect man . . . The last thing Miss Annabel Wheaton desires is true love. She learned the hard way that love makes a woman foolish and leads only to heartache. That’s why she agreed to marry an earl who needs her money. He’s got a pedigree and a country estate, and he won’t ever break her heart. There’s only one problem . . . Christian isn’t about to let her marry that pompous prig . . . Christian Du Quesne, Duke of Scarborough, thinks the stubborn heiress is about to make the biggest mistake of her life, and he’s determined to stop her. Tempting beautiful women is Christian’s forte, after all. When her family offers him a nice sum of money to stop the wedding, he’s happy to accept. Falling in love with Annabel was never supposed to be part of the bargain . . .
Publish date: December 27th 2011
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Abandoned at the Altar (#3)
This one was great. I liked how Annabel twists things up a bit.
Annabel grew up with not much money, but when her father lands a gold mine, but then dies suddenly she has a fortune in her possession. All Annabel has ever wanted for her life was to get married and have a family, and she has a chance to have a good life in England, to land a title and she knows he...
4+. Wonderfully romantic with a great H/h. If your in the mood for an enjoyable historical romance without a lot of heavy angst, drama, and misunderstandings, this is a great choice. I loved Christian and Annabel, they made a great match. Her American heritage as 'white trash' added so much characte...
Trouble at the Wedding by Laura Lee Guhrke is absolutely fantastic. It is a five of five stars read. This is a story worth reading a thousand times over, and one will only fall in love again and again with Christian Du Quesne, Duke of Scaraborough and Annabel Wheaton. Annabel is one of the most astu...
Historical romances were my first love, but lately I've been noticing how much they snore, and wishing they'd take the damn garbage out. The last one I tried to read has been getting rave reviews up the wazoo; I got to page 280, realized there were still 100 more pages left, and groaned out loud. (...