THREE WEDDINGS AND A MURDER
The first three stories in his anthology are historically set romances that are light, funny and very entertaining. The fourth, "Solomon's Wisdom", is a contemporary romantic suspense about a hunt for a serial killer, which felt out of place among the other stories. Also, it's one-dimensional characters take part in a plot that's a little unrealistic. But the other stories in the anthology more than make up for this hiccup. The collection’s clear stand out is Tessa Dare’s “The Scandalous, Dissolute, No-Good Mr. Wright". This story had me from the title. With a funny and witty plot, this story will have readers cheering for the main characters. The dialogue is incredibly well written, which makes it very easy to picture Eliza and Harry as they banter and fall in love.
Sometimes a woman has to break the rules. In this anthology, readers meet Eliza, Catherine, Ginny and Anna. They are strong women who must put everything on the line for the men they love including pride, past hurts, financial security and even their lives. In each of their stories readers see that love sometimes needs a second chance ... or third … or fourth … (SELF-PUBLISHED, May 2012, dl., $2.99)
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