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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Review of The Wedding Affair

The Wedding Affair
Leigh Michaels
Sourcebooks Casablanca 2011
ISBN 9781402244216

   The duke's sister is getting married and it is the talk of the ton. The worst part is the duke knows all those debutantes mean trouble for him. He decides to invite some of his friends so that some of the pressure will be removed from himself. After rescuing Lady Olivia Reyne's daughter, he decides his safest bet is to make himself look like he is spoken for. He proposes a plan to Olivia; but he is unprepared for her counter proposal. Sadly, the last thing Olivia needs is more complications in her life.
   This is a wonderful romance set in Regency England and had me pulled in from the start. Olivia is a stubborn, sexy woman who has not a cent to her name; but walks with sensuality wherever she goes. Not to mention the fact she is a highly unlikely candidate to pique the duke's attentions. The duke is a dark, somewhat brooding man who makes Olivia mushy just by looking at her. Those eyes will not be denied.
   The storyline  flowed nicely from the beginning until the end. Many romances are a blooming and what better place then during preparations for a wedding. This is a wedding that you will surely not forget. It just might be an affair you will never forget. If you like historical romances, or just a wonderful story, do check this one out. 
   I wish to thank Sourcebooks for providing me with an ARC to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review; but an honest one. I was not compensated in anyway except for receiving the book to review.

I give The Wedding Affair 5 out of 5 stars 

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