Book Reviews of The Wedding Game (Trilogy, Volume Chastity)

The Wedding Game (Trilogy, Volume Chastity)
The Wedding Game - Trilogy, Volume Chastity
Author: Jane Feather
ISBN-13: 9780739441404
ISBN-10: 073944140X
Publication Date: 2004
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2.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Book
Book Type: Hardcover
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There "are three books in this enchanting trilogy about the adventures of the Honorable Misses Duncan, three resourceful sisters who are far ahead of their time - and stirring up romance wherever they go" Be sure and also read "The Bachelor List" and "The Bride Hunt" You'll like them.
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In this dazzling finale to the latest trilogy from New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather, the inimitable, anonymous Duncan sisters continue to earn a livingand a reputationwith their clandestine matchmaking service. But a handsome new client has thrown youngest sister Chastity into a professional, and quite personal, quandary.

From behind her opaque veil, Chastity listened to Dr. Douglas Farrells distressingly unromantic requirements for a wife: wealth and social status. Her instinct was to refuse a man with such mercenary intentions. But she couldnt turn away a paying client. Obviously, if the tall, muscular, dark-eyed physician had wanted a love match, hed have found one himself. Yet the truth about the pragmatic doctor is one that could very well turn her headand steal her heartproviding she discovers it before its too late.

At the age of thirty-five, Douglas Farrell was ready to sacrifice his bachelorhood for his true passioncaring for the poorest of Londons poor. But his dream requires capital. For that, he is convinced he needs a wealthy, well-connected wife. And for that, he needs the services of one mysteriously disguised, peculiarly accentedincreasingly captivatingwoman who will reveal herself only as the Mayfair Lady.
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Must read entire trilogy!!!
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This is about three sisters. This book is about the last sister getting married but is like the third in the trio the others are The bachlors list the bride hunt
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last of trilogy about the adventures of the spirited Duncan sisters.
this is the story of funny and flirtatious Chastity.
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From behind her opaque veil, Chastity Duncan listened to Dr. Douglas Farrell's distressingly unromantic requirements for a wife; wealth and social status. Her instinct was to refuse a man with such mercenary intentions. But she couldn't turn away a paying client. Obviously, if the tall, muscular, dark-eyed physician had wanted a love match, he'd have found one himself. Yet the truth about the pragmatic doctor is one that could very well turn her head-and steal her heart-providing she discovers it before it's too late.

At the age of 35, Douglas Farrell was ready to sacrifice his bachelorhood for his true passion-caring for the poorest of London's poor. But his dream requires capital. For that, he is convinced he needs a wealthy, well connected wife. And for that, he needs the services of one mysteriously disguised, peculiarly accented-increasingly captivating- woman who will reveal herself only as the Mayfair Lady.

The last dazzling finale of the anonymous Duncan sisters as they continue to earn a living - and a reputation - with their clandestine matchmaking service.
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This is book three in a trilogy. The first book is The Bachelor List and the second is The Bride Hunt.
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This is the conclusion to the 3 part series of the Honorable Miss Duncan by Jane Feather. I enjoyed reading this as well as the rest of the trilogy!
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In this final book of the Duncan sisters trilogy, it's Chas's turn to find true love and get married. And although it's really not necessary, it would probably be helpful to the reader if they read the first two books in the series first. It will not only give the reader the chance to learn about Chas's character, but it will also give them the opportunity to meet her two older sisters and understand the depth of the bond between them.

I found Chas's and Douglas's love story to be the most enjoyable of the three sisters. No one can help but love and appreciate anyone who gives up a life filled with riches in order to help the poorest of the poor, as Dr. Douglas Farrell does. And the beauty of Chas's spirit makes her perfectly happy to live a life without the kind of riches her sisters were blessed with when they married their husbands. Her sweet-natured way of sympathizing with anyone and everyone she meets makes her the perfect choice for Douglas. She may not be able to help him financially, but she will be by his side at his clinic, getting her hands just as dirty as his. Now all the reader has to do is wait for Douglas to come to his senses and stop considering marrying the rich, yet incredibly annoying, rude and selfish Laura. As well as to wait for Chas to see that what she has to offer Douglas is beautiful, as well as priceless . . . and it's worth more than either of them could ever have dreamed of.

Jane Feather develops Chas's and Douglas's characters so well that sparks fly in every scene they're in together. So much so that you'll probably find yourself smiling when the two finally admit to the mounting desire they've been feeling for one another and share a passionate kiss. And you shouldn't be surprised if you find yourself eagerly anticipating the time when these two finally come together as one.

The only downside is that there's a good chance you'll find yourself sorry to see this story end, as it means we will no longer be seeing the Duncan sisters. But Jane Feather's ability to consistently create characters who quickly grow on us will make the loss of the sisters a little easier to bear, as we know we can count on seeing others who will quickly capture our attention and our hearts. Thank you, Ms. Feather.
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Third in a trilogy - good read, need to read The Bachelor List & The Bride Hunt first to fully understand all the relationships! I normally do not read historical romance but enjoyed this trilogy.
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From behind her opaque veil, Chastity listed to Dr. Douglas Farrell's distressingly unromantic requirements for a wife, wealth and social status. Her instinct was to refuse a man with such mercenary intentions. But she couldn't turn away a paying client. Obviously, if the tall, muscular, dark eyed physician had wanted a love match, he'd have found one himself. Yet the truth about the pragmatic doctor is one that could very well turn her head and steal her heart, providing she discovers it before its too late. At the age of 35, Douglass Farrell was ready to sacrifice his bachelorhood for his true passion, caring for the poorest of London's poor. But his dream requires captial. For that, he is convinced he needs a wealthy, well conneced wife. Anf for that, he needs the services of one mysteriously disquised, peculiarly accented, increasingly captivating, woman who will reveal herself only as the Mayfair Lady.
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In the finale to the trilogy, the inimitable, anonymous Duncan sisters continue to earn a living, and a reputation with their clandestine matchmaking service. But a hansome new client has thrown youngest sister Chastityinto a professional, and quite personal quandary.
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Forgot I read it already, but well worth the 2nd go-round.
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A great conclusion to the series. I really liked all three of these books!
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Definitely read at least one of the books from the trilogy before this one. I haven't read the second one but I did the first. It gives you a good background on the girls and the "The Mayfair Lady."

Even though I liked the first one in the series, I really thought this one was lighter and more fun. Chastity and Douglas were very playful together. This one was less political and more personal.

There were a few things I wanted more of: The ending I thought needed more closure. Being a trilogy I expected to revisit the other sisters a bit more as well. I also wished more time was spent on the Contessa. She was a little too much like wallpaper. I was curious to know what type of wonderful woman would actually raise such a horrible daughter.

But overall, it was a great read. Light and easy.
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This is the third book in the Duncan sisters series. I really enjoyed the series.
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The last book in a trilogy of the Duncan sisters.
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Third in a series dealing with the youngest sister Chastity. The first 2 can be found in one volume together if you look around... it will save you a credit to order it that way!
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#3 of the Duncan sisters. Dr. Farrell needs a rich wife; places an ad through Chastity. She tries to find one, but he falls for her.
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good book. been a while since I read it
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Another Jane Feather winner.
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Really liked all three books of the trilogy.
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Book #3 in the series.
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Very Good read.
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Great trilogy.
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This is part of a 3 book set. Good stories
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part of a trilogy...romance in the setting of historical periods/events
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Part of the bride trilogy that includes The Accidenal Bride and the Least Likely Bride.