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My Scandalous Bride: The Lady and the Tiger / Melting Ice / Wedding Knight / The Proposition
My Scandalous Bride The Lady and the Tiger / Melting Ice / Wedding Knight / The Proposition Author:Leslie LaFoy, Stephanie Laurens, Christina Dodd, Celeste Bradley She's blushing for all the wrong reasons... — The passion is endless and it's only just begun in these four scintillating tales of brides-to-be by four of today's hottest romance authors... — THE LADY AND THE TIGER by Christina Dodd — Laura Haver will stop at nothing to find out who killed her brother -- even if it mean... more »s posing as the wife of notorious rogue Keefe Leighton, the Earl of Hamilton. But things go too far when Keefe engages Laura in an artful game of seduction -- a game that can have only one winner....
MELTING ICE by Stephanie Laurens
Once, Dyan St. Laurent Dare, Duke of Darke, dreamed of making Lady Fiona his bride. Now they're together again -- at a scandalous dinner party where debauchery is the menu's main course. But will wedding bells ring after the guests get their just desserts?
WEDDING KNIGHT by Celeste Bradley
Alfred Knight will do anything to avoid a scandal -- even marry a woman he barely knows. But his bride has a most titillating secret... one she'll share as soon as she conquers her temptation for the man she was never supposed to marry!
THE PROPOSITION by Leslie LaFoy
Rennick St. James, the Earl of Parnell, has four days to seduce London's most popular widow into becoming his wife -- or else she'll marry another man. It won't be easy... but Rennick has been lusting after the beguiling Julia Hamilton far too long to let her go now....« less
One of the better anthologies. Christina Dodd, Stephanie Laurens, Celeste Bradley, and Leslie LaFoy all write during the Regency period in England, or a little later. There is a smuggling Lord, who was surprised by a fiance he didn't know he had, an unwilling Duke chasing an unwilling bride, twins who change places right before the wedding but aren't able to change back before the wedding night, and in LaFoy's story two people who have been in unrequited love for thirteen years, neither willing to cross the line at the time, but now both are available and nothing is going to prevent him from trying to win her as his bride. I really enjoyed each of these stories and have found a new author I haven't read but will look for more of her stories.
The first story is The Lady and the Tiger by Christina Dodd. Laura Haver is determined to find the person who killed her brother, with or without Keefe Leighton's help. Keefe is determined to keep Laura safe from harm and safe in his arms.
The second story (a VERY hot story) is Melting Ice by Stephanie Laurens. Dyan and Fiona have known each other for years and have always been 2 halves of a whole. When Dyan finds Fiona at a party of "debauchery", he decides that he's going to initiate Fiona in the art of true love.
The third story, which I enjoyed a lot, is Wedding Knight by Celeste Bradley. Alfred Knight has driven all gossiping frivolity from his life by marrying the quiet, demure Trapp girl (and saving his half-brother's arse)... except his new wife has a mind of her own and gladly uses it to bring laughter into Alfred's life again.
The last story is The Proposition by Leslie LaFoy, and I think this was my first LaFoy story. Rennick has been in love with Julia for 13 years. And he's waited patiently for his turn to share his heart with her. Can he get Julia to trust him enough to give him more than a night of pleasure, but a lifetime of love?
All four stories were very fast reads, full of determined heroines and strong heroes, both filled with integrity and passion.
Jess B. reviewed My Scandalous Bride: The Lady and the Tiger / Melting Ice / Wedding Knight / The Proposition on
Helpful Score: 2
Deliciously naughty, I do love these authors. Tales with fun characters where the action doesn't stop at " he took her in her arms" only to begin "the next morning". My romances don't have to be rated X but they better be rated R!