Three Weddings and a Kiss: The Kiss / Fancy Free / The Mad Earl's Bride / Promises
Three Weddings and a Kiss The Kiss / Fancy Free / The Mad Earl's Bride / Promises Author:Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, Lisa Kleypas, Loretta Chase, Catherine Anderson Everyone loves a wedding... — Nothing lifts our hearts like the joyous peal of wedding bells. Or the sight of a happy couple being showered with confetti and good wishes. Now the most exciting new names in romantic fiction and the bestselling author who started it all -escort you down the aisle to a place of honor at four glorious celebrations of... more » everlasting love:
KATHLEEN E. WOODIWISS reintroduces us to the beloved characters from THE FLAME AND THE FLOWER including Jeff Birmingham, who seals an impetuous proposal with one brief, precious and passionate kiss.
CATHERINE ANDERSON calls us to meet a tempestuous pair of wild western hearts, in a tale of a frontier revenge that backfires.
LORETTA CHASE melts our hearts with a story of an unconventional young woman's offer of marriage to a "mad" and presumed dying earl.
LISA KLEYPAS shows us how true love will always win in a romance about one stubborn lady -and the persistent suitor who opens her heart.
So come join the celebration and experience THREE WEDDINGS AND A KISS
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Read this book for the Loretta Chase story. I love Chase and Kleypas and got the book for their stories. I didn't care for Catherine Anderson or Kathleen Woodiwiss's stories, personally. The Lisa Kleypas story was by far the weakest I've ever read from her and she is among my top five favorite authors. But the Loretta Chase story is long enough it is almost a mini-book and worth the whole for just that part. I'm keeping this one just for her story. Loved the characters and how they were developed.
This Mad Earl's Bride is part of the Scoundrels series. It can be read on its own but this is a nice follow up to Lord of Scoundrels. Bertie Trent is a key figure in this story and redeems himself nicely from his troublemaking in Lord of Scoundrels.