Wed Him Before You Bed Him
New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries’s School for Heiresses series concludes with the fifth and sixth sexy and seductive stories "destined to captivate readers with its sensuality and wonderfully enchanting plots" (Romantic Times). When Diego Montalvo, a dashing Spanish magician,... show more
New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries’s School for Heiresses series concludes with the fifth and sixth sexy and seductive stories "destined to captivate readers with its sensuality and wonderfully enchanting plots" (Romantic Times). When Diego Montalvo, a dashing Spanish magician, moves next door to Charlotte Harris’s School for Young Ladies, the beautiful and determined Lucy Seton sets out to save the threatened school. Diego has come to England to find the long-lost granddaughter of a Spanish Marques and return her to Spain, and he is convinced that Lucy is the woman he’s been looking for. Now, he just has to steal a look at her thigh to confirm a birthmark before whisking her away to Spain to collect his reward. But Diego never suspected his mission would include falling in love... In the wonderful conclusion of the series, Charlotte Harris, the beloved headmistress of the School for Young Ladies, finds romance with her mysterious pen pal known only as "Cousin Michael." In Wed Him Before You Bed Him, readers will finally discover his identity in this fun and sexy finale. Filled with passion, romance, and loveable heroines, the School for Heiresses series proves Sabrina Jeffries is a "grand mistress of storytelling" (Romantic Times).
Publish date: June 23rd 2009
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 19th Century
, Regency Romance
Series: School for Heiresses (#6)
Excellent story, kept me riveted right until the end! A good combination of plot-driven and character-driven elements. You probably need to read at least one of the "School for Heiresses" series before reading this one, however (I read "Never Seduce a Scoundrel" before this one).
I can see how others might feel differently, but I was taken aback and disappointed when the book that finally reveals the mystery of "Cousin Michael"... did so on page 13. I think it's because none of the men listed as possibilities had ever stood out for me in the other books in the series and I ...
Really good ending to the series, and I loved the wrap up to the 'cousin Michael' story. I liked him a lot. A bit of mystery was thrown in, but didn't dominate the story which was good. SJ is one of my fav historical authors, and I look forward to more by her. This may not be her best book, but I e...