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Image of Confessions from an Arranged Marriage (The Burgundy Club)


Image of Confessions from an Arranged Marriage (The Burgundy Club)

Book four in Neville’s Burgundy Club Series is full of mysteries, mayhem, secrets and spying. However, the romance seems as forced as the marriage, and just as predictable.

Minerva Montrose had plotted to prevent Lord Blakeney from marrying her sister because she thought him a frivolous aristocrat. Now a scandalous twist of fate has made him her husband. A drunken joke goes wrong, and Blake finds himself married to the woman whom he always considered a tiresome little brat. The newlyweds’ honeymoon in Paris embroils them in a little espionage, which actually has them both taking a new look at each other. A gentle flirtation turns into a full-blown seduction, but Blake has secrets that could tear the lovers apart. (AVON, Apr., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Maria Ferrer