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Royal Bride
Royal Bride
Author: Joan Wolf
ISBN-13: 9780446606950
ISBN-10: 0446606952
Publication Date: 3/1/2001
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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Pure Joan Wolf. Girl meets boy- rough start but all ends well.
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Charity Beaufort has grown up on tales of Prince Augustus, who fought the French occupation of his country Jura, while many nobles fled to England or Austria to sit out the war. He is Charity's hero, and childhood fantasy. But, the fatasy becomes reality, when after the war he seeks an English wife to reinforce the treaty the with the English, and agrees to marry Charity's sister, Lydia. At seventeen, Charity has decided she is happier without a husband to restrict her freedoms, and only slightly envies her sister. But, events outwit her, and treachery works to place Charity in her sister's role of wife to Prince Augustus.
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To a continent in turmoil, Prince Augustus of Jura is the battle-hardened war hero who saved his tiny nation from the clutches of Napoleon. His next challenge is to find an English wife with the political connections he needs to keep his country safe. When the object of his pursuit runs off with his cousin, Augustus turns to the woman's younger sister, Charity Beaufort. Yet the strong-willed Charity is resistant to being a state pawn, even as duty demands her betrothal to the mysterious prince. Swept into a dazzling world of palaces and court intrigue, Charity suddenly finds herself awakening to new passions in her husband's arms. But for Charity this royal marriage of convenience will not be enough-unless she can win her dazzling husband's heart and soul.
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To a continent in turmoil, Prince Augustus of Jura is a battle hardened war hero who saved his tiny nation from the clutches of Napoleon. His next challenge is to find an English wife with the political connections he needs to keep his country safe. When the object of his pursuit runs off with his cousin, Augustus turns to the woman's younger sister, Charity Beaufort. Yet the strong-willed Charity is resistant to being a state pawn, even as duty demands her betrothal to the mysterious prince.
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From back cover. "The wit, the charm and the emotional storytelling power that are Joan Wolf's trademarks have turned her Regency-era romantic novels in to one bestseller after anothr. Now she tells an enchanting tale of a young woman who, by a scandalous twist of fate is sent to the altar as a Royal Bride."