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THE SECRET WEDDING
by Jo Beverley

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT

2009 British Isle-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Deliciously wicked, sinfully seductive and filled with a blend of witty repartee, action, adventure and the return of a few characters from previous books, Beverley's second novel in her Secret trilogy also features the independent Tabitha, the cat-rabbit of Hesse. This is one fast-paced and captivating read.

Ten years ago Lieutenant Christian Hill came to the rescue of Dorcas Froggatt and was forced to marry her. He signed the marriage papers as Jack Hill, and each went their own way. Now the new Viscount Grandiston, Christian is puzzled when he hears that someone is looking for Jack Hill; Christian was informed
of his wife's death years ago.

Dorcas was told the same thing and wants to discover if "Jack" is alive or dead. When they accidentally meet, Dorcas thinks Christian is a relative of her late husband. Pretending to be Kat Hunter, she leads Christian on a merry and dangerous chase, which he thoroughly enjoys, and he introduces her to the joys of passion. (SIGNET, Apr., 432 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Joan Hammond

Publisher: SIGNET

Published: April 2009

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