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First Season / Bride to Be
Jane Ashford

Two classic Regency romances in One!

Sourcebooks Casablanca
October 2015
On Sale: October 6, 2015
ISBN: 1492630942
EAN: 9781492630944
Kindle: B00XWMC7AO
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Romance Historical

Two classic Regency romances by beloved bestselling author Jane Ashford celebrate the adventures of a London Season

FIRST SEASON
Widowed Lady Anabel Wyndham was married right out of the schoolroom and has never before experienced the delights of a London Season. She's dazzled by the attention of the fascinating Sir Charles Norbury, a man whose touch seems to melt her very soul, but a notorious rake. She's drawn to handsome friend-of-the-family Christopher Hanford and the comfort and serenity he offers. But how does one choose between two such charming suitors? Anabel is finding that love is so much more dangerous the second time around.

BRIDE TO BE
Emily Crane is the toast of the ton-and she couldn't find it more tedious. Until she encounters the darkly sensual stranger whose life she once saved and the London Season becomes infinitely more exciting. Recently returned from the wilds of South America, Lord Richard Sheldon has only contempt for tiresome London chits, but he finds himself stunningly intrigued by the dauntless Emily Crane. When the two become embroiled in a budding scandal and are forced into an engagement, they discover a passion more dangerous than any killer...

Comments

23 comments posted.

Re: First Season / Bride to Be

Indeed
(Marissa Yip-Young 5:57am October 6, 2015)

Often they do
(
Mary Smith 9:02am October 6, 2015)

They come in ALL shapes and sizes.
(
Nancy Reynolds 9:46am October 6, 2015)

They can be, but matchmakers come in all shapes, sizes and
other ways as well.
(
Edward Washington 10:58am October 6, 2015)

Lisa M
celticmajic@hotmail.com

matchmakers come in all sizes ;)
Oct 06 2015
(
Lisa Miller 12:16pm October 6, 2015)

Matchmakers come in all sizes,size does not matter.
Marilyn
(
Marilyn Collins 5:27pm October 6, 2015)

no but out of the mouths of babes.....
(
Debbi Shaw 9:46pm October 6, 2015)

Yes , probably so . It is amazing what children can do when they are wanting something , like a home with a Mom and a Dad. Children may know more than we give them credit for .I hope to read this book soon , it sounds like a very exciting story .Thanks for this chance to win .
(
Joan Thrasher 5:51pm October 7, 2015)

I feel like they often come in the form of the elderly.
(
Lily Shah 7:29pm October 7, 2015)

Matchmakers come in all sizes.
(
Catherine Maguire 9:43pm October 7, 2015)

First of all thank you for the chance to win your amazing book with the wonderful stories. Yes, I would definitely say that size does not matter
(
Holly Loch 3:32am October 8, 2015)

They come in all sizes but they can work miracles!
(
Bonnie Capuano 12:22pm October 8, 2015)

Yes, since I am petite.
(
Sharon Berger 12:23pm October 8, 2015)

They certainly do - you never know when/how a matchmaker will come into your life!
(
Felicia Ciaudelli 1:28pm October 8, 2015)

I agree that size doesn't matter in this.
(
Mary Hay 4:20pm October 8, 2015)

They come in all shapes and sizes.
(
Carol Woodruff 7:13pm October 8, 2015)

Looking forward to reading your books.
(
Diane Lambusta 10:56pm October 8, 2015)

I wouldn't say they necessarily make the best, but in
certain circumstances, they sure don't hurt matters any!!
Looking forward to reading your latest book. Sounds like
another hit!! Love the cover. Congratulations!!
(
Peggy Roberson 5:58am October 9, 2015)

Can't wait to read this book.
(
Kari Behune 5:08pm October 9, 2015)

Yes, usually they do cuz the small ones are the ones that
are always overlooked and them are the best ones of all!
(
Renae Kelly 6:24pm October 9, 2015)

sometimes - they can often see things that others don't
(
Diane Sallans 6:32pm October 9, 2015)

no. bigger is better
(
Lynn Anderson 8:56pm October 9, 2015)

I have read true stories about kids finding the perfect
match for their teachers, so maybe it is. They do not see
all of the other drama going on, just the stand-out
qualities of adults and match them up that way.
(
LaCinda Jameson 9:40pm October 9, 2015)

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