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ROYAL'S BRIDE
by Kat Martin

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1854 England

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Book one in Martin's new Brides trilogy is a story of forbidden love, revenge, betrayal and redemption. Readers will be thoroughly enchanted by the spirited characters, sizzling passion and suspenseful plotting.

After years abroad, Royal Dewar returns to find his father dying and the family fortune depleted. As
the new Duke of Bransford, he agrees to a marriage of convenience with a beautiful heiress, but it is her lovely and penniless cousin, Lily Moran,
who stirs his passions. And it is Lily who helps him find the scoundrel
who swindled his father.

The scheme to get back his money
is bold and dangerous and thrusts
Lily and Royal together constantly.
They become lovers, even as Royal's engagement draws near. When Lily is captured by their enemy, Royal realizes that he must save her and make her his forever no matter the cost. (MIRA, Sep., 448 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: MIRA

Published: September 2009

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