How could the wrong nobleman be oh, so right?
Secret Brides #2
St. Martin's Press
On Sale: March 26, 2013
Featuring: Jordan Holloway; Annie Andrews
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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THE THRILL OF ESCAPE
Miss Annie Andrews is finally free to marry the man she
loves. With her overprotective sister out of the country on
her honeymoon, nothing can prevent her flight to Gretna
Greene—nothing, that is, but an abduction by the wrong
THE SWEETNESS OF SURRENDER
When Jordan Holloway, the Earl of Ashbourne, promised to
look after his best friend's sister–in–law, he
didn't realize she would prove so difficult. But when he
spirits her away to his country house to prevent her
elopement, he discovers that the tempting beauty knows how
to put up a fight. To make matters worse, he's stuck playing
the role of honorable protector...when what he really wants
is to run away with her himself.
9 comments posted.
Re: Secrets of a Runaway Bride
Reading books by this author is like having a birthday present and can't wait for the surprise.
(Belinda Payne 8:05pm January 30, 2013)
I enjoyed Kieran Kramer's titles. They are all so cheeky. :) I read Secrets of a wedding night and love it too!
(May Pau 10:32am April 2, 2013)
Selfishly, I've always liked the way Sue Grafton and Janet Evanovich crafted their series book titles--one used the alphabet, the other numbers, so it's always easy for me to spot the new ones!
(G S Moch 5:12pm April 2, 2013)
I like Sarah MacLean's "Rule of Scoundrels" titles (A Rogue by Any Other Name & One Good Earl Deserves a Lover). They just make me smile.
(Marcy Shuler 5:25pm April 2, 2013)
I like Lisa Jackson's title's. A bit of suspense and mystery.
(Lazydrag0n Puff 6:50pm April 2, 2013)
Congrats on the new release! I loved your first book and look forward to reading
many more from you.
(MaryAnne Banks 8:43pm April 2, 2013)
I like Michele Bardsley's vampire titles, such as Wait Till Your Vampire Gets Home, because they're a cute play on the things we say to our kids.
(Janie McGaugh 9:34pm April 2, 2013)
I love all Julie Garwood's historical romances. Especially FOR THE ROSES, a western, and LYON'S LADY, a regency. I've read both of them numerous times over the years.
(Carol Woodruff 10:39am April 3, 2013)
Erica Orloff's Urban Legend - it's one of my favorite books, and I just love the title, too!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 1:32pm April 3, 2013)
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