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THE BRIDAL SEASON
by Connie Brockway

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: England, 1800s

2001 Best British-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Letty Potts was no fool. So the music hall actress flees her shady boyfriend, picks up a discarded ticket on the railway platform and heads for the out-of-the-way town of Little Bidewell, posing as Lady Agatha of Whytes Wedding Celebrations.

A consummate actress and a bit of a con woman, Letty falls into her role as a wedding planner and easily becomes part of the community.

Only the towns war hero, Sir Elliot March, watches her with a wary eye. Having given up on love, Elliot finds himself unwillingly attracted to free-thinking, outspoken Letty. But when Lettys scandalous past rears its ugly head their lives and newfound passion are threatened.

The heartwarming way the people of Little Bidewell band together to handle the situation will have you standing up and cheering. This intelligent, sassy, sensual and utterly delightful read will lift your spirits. SENSUAL (Nov., 358 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Dell

Published: November 2001

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