Title: Once Again a Bride
Author: Jane Ashford
Published: February 5th 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Page Count: 384
Genre: Historical Romance
Synopsis from Goodreads:
The fashionable Wyldes are as surprised to hear of Charlotte's existence as she is of theirs. To the charismatic Alec she is, at first, just another obligation in his overburdened life. He has to grapple with his dead relative's shady business dealings, an attempted robbery, and a suspicious Bow Street Runner. But it's not long before Alec realizes that there is nothing he would rather do than cherish the entrancing Widow Wylde.
Not only was I enthralled with the story itself, but I felt for the heroine right from the get-go. She was such a well-developed and likeable character that your heart automatically goes out to her. The supporting cast is gradually but fully introduced. By the end of the novel no one seems like a minor character. Everyone is important in his or her own right. There were so many amazing and intriguing characters in this novel, each with their own history and future. No one was ever just a name on a page.
Overall, I got a good many giggles out of this novel. I also was gripped in suspense and had my heart go out to the characters, all of them. Everything about this novel drew me in and kept me there.
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