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CONFESSIONS OF AN IMPROPER BRIDE
by Jennifer Haymore

Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1828 England

2011 British Isle-set Historical Romance Nominee

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Haymore carefully crafts an original “second chance at love” romance that showcases her creativity and understanding of what readers want. Her three-dimensional characters and their depth of emotion strengthen an already powerful plot. Those who have followed the Donovan family will be thrilled with this new installment and those new to Haymore’s work will be enchanted.

Six years ago Serena Donovan fled London, believing that she had been betrayed by her beloved, Jonathan Dane, Earl of Stafford. On the voyage home her twin sister, Meg, drowned. Now, Serena must return to England, posing as Meg, to marry a man she barely knows. She has no idea that Jonathan is Meg’s fiancé’s friend. Upon learning of Serena’s death at sea, Jonathan wallowed in drinking and gambling. Now, his eyes are open and he is sure “Meg” is not who she appears to be. But how to unmask Serena and convince her to trust him? If Serena’s identity is exposed her family will lose everything and she will hurt the man who so loves Meg. But love is powerful and Serena and Jonathan surrender to their passion. Only the truth of what happened six years ago can set them free. (FOREVER, Aug., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: FOREVER

Published: August 2011

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