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The Wedding Affair
The Wedding Affair
Author: Karen L. King
ISBN-13: 9780821774144
ISBN-10: 082177414X
Publication Date: 6/1/2003
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Disappointing 2nd book in this trilogy.
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Returning from the war disillusioned both by men's violence and the infidelity of women, Major Anthony Sheridan is not suprised to find himself engaged in a duel. But he's only mildly interested in the tale of the cursed pistols - weapons that will reportedly lead him to his true love. He gave up on romance when his fiancee, Felicity Merriwether, left him bleeding on a Spanish battlefield to marry another. Yet a chance encounted with a now-widowed Felicity and her young son arouses in Sheridan a desier he had vowed never to feel again.

As far as Felicity is concerned, Anthony left her in dire straits -- pregnant with his child, a child badly treated by the unkind older man who took Felicity to wife. Young Charles is desperated to know who is real paps is, and Felicity cannot deny that she is pleased when Anthony strikes up an odd friendship with the boy. In fact, she cannot deny that she is pleased by Anthony's charming attention to her either - despite the bad blood between them. It's a rift that will never be mended, unless both of them remember that true love means sometimes having to say you're sorry...
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good book