Book Reviews of A Valentine Wedding

A Valentine Wedding
A Valentine Wedding
Author: Jane Feather
ISBN-13: 9780553578935
ISBN-10: 0553578936
Publication Date: 1/5/1999
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 82 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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In celebration of true love, here's a Valentine's Day treat- the tale of two star-crossed lovers who can't see that they're perfect for each other.....

Lady Emma Beaumont and Lord Alasdair Chase were once inseparable childhood friends, then bethrothed lovers. But something went dreadfully awry, and Emma left Alasdair practically at the altar.

Now, two years later, Emma has inherited a substantial fortune...but there's one small atring attached: until the day she weds, Emma cannot spend a farthing without Alasdair's consent.

The thought of having to go to Alasdair, with his mocking smile and derisive eyes, every time she needs money is not to be borne. Emma swears to Alasdair that she'll have both a husband- and a lover- by ST. Valentine's Day.

Alasdair vows she won't- unless he himself becomes both her lover and her husband. In fact, he's looking forward to employing every form of sensual persuasion he dares to convince his passionate, headstrong Emma that she'd rather have him than any other man.
Will he suceed?...or will Emma get her way?
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A lively romance.
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Lady Emma Beaumont and Lord Alasdair Chase were once inseparable childhood friends, then betrothed lovers. But something went dreadfully awry, and Emma left Alasdair practically at the alter.

Now, two years later, Emma has inherited a substantial fortune...but there's one small string attached: until the day she weds, Emma cannot spend a farthing without Alasdair's consent.

The thought of having to go to Alasdair, with his mocking smile and derisive eyes, every time she needs money is not to be borne. Emma swears to Alasdair that she'll have both a husband - and a lover - by St. Valentine's Day.

Alasdair vows she won't - unless he himself becomes both her lover and her husband. In fact, he's looking forward to employing every form of sensual persuasion he dares to convince his passionate, headstrong Emma that she'd rather have him than any other man.
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The usual historical romp. Always fun with Feather.
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Jane Feather is always A whorl wind of action,romance,seduction shes always keeps me looking for more,A Awesome read!A great series getter if you read one you must read all the Legacys by Jane.