He's on the hunt for a bride . . .
Adam Faramond, Earl of Rothbury, needs to find a wife--immediately!--or his beloved grandmother will leave him penniless. But Adam, an unrepentant rake, would reform for only one woman, the woman he's lusted after--and loved--for years. It's rather unfortunate, then, that Miss Charlotte Greene would never consent to be the blushing bride of a rogue . . . or so he thinks.
Charlotte believes that the earl, the only man whose touch leaves her trembling, would never want a woman like her. Weary of her wallflower ways, Charlotte decides that a friendship with the earl just might give her the excitement she desires. Keeping their true feelings hidden, she and Adam plan a sham ceremony to placate the dowager. But when the "marriage of convenience" takes an unexpected turn, will Charlotte and her wicked earl finally reveal their irresistible, unforgettable love--and delight in a lifetime of passion?
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1 . Good
Posted November 26, 2009 by Jay , FPOI continued with this book after BHB. However, it was a sweet story but a bit disappointing in comparison. It was endearing but the characters could of better developed thier relationship. it seemed to focus on all others instead. it was shorter too so that may be why.
2 . Cute, but not as good as her first novel
Posted August 30, 2009 by LizRN , Los Angeles, CAThe Bride Hunt Ball stands out in my mind. It was Olivia Parkers debut novel and totally adorable. It was funny, well-plotted and the characters were rich with personality.
To Wed a Wicked Earl is a continuation of the time line from BHB. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't as original or funny as the first. Still it's worth beach time this summer as a total get-away.
August 25, 2009
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