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The Bride Wore Blue Jeans

by Mary Anne Wilson

The Wedding March Began......and the bride bolted. An eleventh-hour discovery about her would-be groom sent Annie Thomas on the run. She was desperate to reach her daughter before he did, when her car was run off the road by a reluctant savior in a yellow Corvette.Quint Gallagher had landed in jail by helping a damsel in distress. When another faced him hours after his release, his instincts told him to run. But when she climbed into his car, his resolution and common sense went out the window.With the road behind them and secrets between them, would Quint and Annie find a future before them?

The Bride Wore Pearls

by Liz Carlyle

Fleeing her native India to seek refuge within London's secretive St. James Society, exotic beauty Lady Anisha Stafford is intrigued by her protector, the Earl of Lazonby, and, with no one to trust, these two passionate souls risk everything for a love that could be their salvation or destruction.

The Bride Wore Scandal

by Helen Dickson

Virgin Lady...From the moment Christina Atherton first saw the notorious Lord Rockley she couldn't control her blushes. She knew she could not hold out for long against his dark and seductive ways....Scandalously Pregnant!Lord Rockley only meant to protect Christina from a dangerous highwayman, but she was oh so beguiling. And when Christina discovered that she was expecting, Lord Rockley knew of just one way to restore her virtue. He must make Christina his bride...before scandal ruined them both!

The Bride Wore Scarlet

by Diana Hamilton

Scarlet bride The first time Daniel Faber met Annie Kincaid he knew she was a danger to his bachelor status. Mistaking him for someone else, she'd thrown herself into his arms dressed provocatively in scarlet silk. The next time they met, Daniel was convinced that Annie was not only his brother's secretary, but also his mistress! Whisking her off to Italy, Daniel intended to persuade Annie to wear scarlet silk again--but this time as a wedding dress...

The Bride Wore Scarlet

by Liz Carlyle

Passion and secrets simmer behind the elegant faÇade of Victorian London in another deliciously intriguing novel featuring the mysterious men of the St. James Society. AnaÏs de Rohan has faced danger in her past, but never anything so great as posing as the new bride to one of the St. James Society's most magnetic-and ruthless-leaders. But Lord Bessett's bold challenge to prove herself worthy of joining his secret all-male society is impossible to resist. So she daringly agrees to travel with the enigmatic nobleman on a dangerous mission to save one of their own-a little girl with a frightening gift. Soon intrigue swirls about them, drawing them ever closer. And AnaÏs quickly realizes that the intimacy of sharing Lord Bessett's bedroom is proving a temptation impossible to resist. As for Bessett himself-well, he might be a soldier sworn to the Society, but he certainly isn't anyone's saint. . . .

The Bride Wore Spurs

by Janet Dean

The Cowgirl Takes a Husband!To keep the Texas ranch she loves, Hannah Parrish will wed a man she doesn't. Cowpokes won't take orders from a young, single female. But while her exasperating neighbor Matt Walker jokes about her being a mere debutante, Hannah is a rancher to the core. Just like Matt."Will you marry me?" It's a question widowed Matt never intended to ask again. Now spirited Hannah is asking him for a marriage of convenience! Yet whether she's birthing a calf or caring for a young orphan, the tomboy next door is becoming the partner Matt always hoped for. Now he must convince her the greatest strength comes in trusting your heart to another-and your future to God....

The Bride Wore Tie-Dye

by Pamela Ingrahm

"MR. RIGHT, MEET MS. WRONG...." Now that he'd decided it was time to start a family, Trenton Laroquette was searching for exactly the right woman. But somehow his list of suitable candidates had narrowed down to just one: a free-spirited, live-for-the-moment type who was definitely not what he needed. Unfortunately, she was exactly what he wanted... Of course, even if Melodie Allford was interested in getting married--which she wasn't, thank you very much--she wouldn't choose a buttoned-down businessman like him. Still, she couldn't keep herself from wondering what it would be like to tear off that conservative three-piece suit and get her hands on the gorgeous hunk of man underneath...

A Bride Worth Waiting For

by Cara Colter

ONCE UPON A TIME A WOMAN WAS COURTED BY TWO MEN... BUT SHE COULD MARRY ONLY ONE So Tory Bradbury chose the safe man, the steady man. She bade him goodbye to the man who made her pulse pound and her breath unsteady. And then discovered that nothing in life was ever certain... Now a widow, Tory never expected to see her first love again. Then Adam Reed, the dangerously sexy bachelor she'd been so afraid to give her heart to all those years ago, came back. Adam claimed he'd come home only to make her smile again, but Tory saw something in his dark eyes that promised more. Could it be the rugged bachelor was ready to be groom--and she was the bride he was waiting for?

The Bridegroom (Captive Heart #4)

by Joan Johnston

He vowed to wed, bed, and abandon her. But love got in the way... Joan Johnston sweeps you back to Regency-era England and Scotland with a love story that will take your breath away. Here is romance at its best as Johnston brings back unforgettable characters from her bestsellers, Captive, After the Kiss, and The Bodyguard in a spellbinding novel of seduction and betrayal. She was the reigning belle of the ton for the fourth Season in a row, but Lady Regina Wharton, the Duke of Blackthorne's daughter, was determined to avoid the perils of marriage. She had already seen enough to distrust all men. Then Clay Bannister, the dashing Earl of Carlisle, dared to steal a kiss and stir new and exciting desires. Scarred by tragedy, Carlisle intrigued her with his mysterious past and his dark, dangerous charm. She never suspected she was about to marry her father's most vengeful enemy--or that her greatest defense would be the passions he could not resist. ...

Bridegroom on Approval

by Day Leclaire

Hanna Tyler was fed up with her family's matchmaking: she just had to find herself a husband! When a friend gave her a ticket to the Cinderella Ball, Hanna decided to bring home a husband -- on a trial-only basis, of course!Marco Salvatore was looking for a business deal, not a bride. He considered it impossible to choose a wife in one night. He was wrong: he wanted Hanna the moment he saw her. . . and they were married by midnight! Now Marco had to convince Hanna that their instant marriage could last a lifetime!

The Bridegroom Wore Plaid

by Grace Burrowes

In an effort to preserve the family estate, Ian MacGregor, the Earl of Balfour, must marry for money. When a promising match emerges in the form of Genie Daniels, a rich English heiress, Ian begins devising a strategy to woo her. When he meets Genie's poor cousin Augusta, he discovers a new avenue to Genie's heart. But after spending time with Augusta and falling for her charms, Ian begins to question whether or not he's willing to forfeit his heart to save the family name. . .

The Bridegroom's Dilemma

by Lindsay Armstrong

Nick Hunter had proposed to Skye Belmont believing her to be an independent career woman. When Skye admitted, three weeks before the wedding, that she longed for children, Nick was shocked! Faced with his reaction, Skye decided to call it off and walk away. But their relationship had been intensely passionate, and Nick was determined to get her back. There was only one thing for it--he had to convince Skye to give their love a second chance!

The Bridegroom's Secret

by Melissa James

With a glittering wedding to plan, Julie Montgomery is the happiest girl in town. Their engagement party is the talk of Boston--but then Julie discovers everyone seems to know more about her groom-to-be than she does. . . . Matt McLachlan wants to protect his beautiful fiancée from the complications in his life--he only wants good things for her. But Matt has to learn that marriage is about sharing everything, for better and for worse. Before he says "I do," he has to tell Julie a secret. . . .

Brides and Blessings

by Molly Noble Bull

FROM MOVIE STAR...TO A PASTOR'S WIFE? Actress Suzann Condry took on a tough role when she traded lives with her twin sister, Holly. Suzann needed to get away from Hollywood...and Holly believed Suzann might find both peace and faith in charming Oak Valley. Anything can happen when twin sisters trade lives! Could Suzann convince everyone she was the sweet church librarian? Especially Josh Gallagher, the handsome assistant pastor who looked like a rugged rancher. Suzann feared he suspected her...until he asked for a date. She soon dreamed of an "ordinary" life as Josh's wife. But would Josh still love her once he learned her true identity?

Brides and Grooms Box Set

by Debbie Macomber

You're invited to a wedding...or three!Who knows romance better than Debbie Macomber? And here are three of her most popular stories about weddings!A wedding consultant ends up in a marriage of convenience with a cynical divorce attorney. A man from Alaska advertises for a bride in Seattle-and finds one. A businesswoman marries her company's prize chemist to allow him to stay in the country. All unusual marriages. All couples who don't seem to be well-suited. And yet love can come about in unexpected ways!Three classic romance novels by Debbie Macomber. One great price!This bundle includes:MARRIAGE WANTEDBRIDE WANTEDGROOM WANTED

The Bride's Baby

by Liz Fielding

The wedding of the season! Events manager Sylvie Smith is organizing a glittering fund-raising event: a wedding show in a stately home. She has even been roped into pretending to be a bride. . . a bride who's five months pregnant! The bride everyone is talking about! It should be every girl's dream to design a wedding with no expense spared, but it's not Sylvie's. Longbourne Court was her ancestral home, and she's just discovered that the new owner is Tom McFarlane--her baby's secret father. Now Tom's standing in front of her, looking at her bump. . . .

The Bride's Best Man

by Judy Christenberry

WHAT COULD COME OFA LITTLE HARMLESS FLIRTATION, ANYWAY?It wasn't as if she wanted to be a bride, after all. And maybe it will give Shelby Cook some answers about the mystery man who has been corresponding with her beloved Aunt Kay for the past fifteen years. And really spending time with his Closest friend, Pete Campbell, wasn't going to be a hardship! Still, getting 'him to spill his friend's secrets wasn't turning out to be a snap. Perhaps, it was time to raise the stakes? Could she tempt him with kisses? Maybe this plan had potential!

The Bride's Bodyguard

by Beth Cornelison

Hired by the groom-to-be, former SEAL Jake McCall must make sure beautiful bride Paige Bancroft stays safe. When gunfire shatters the wedding, he discovers that the threat to Paige is hovering close. Now the country's national security depends on keeping her and a mysterious "bead" in her possession out of the wrong hands. Paige Bancroft never had control of her privileged, sheltered life until she finds danger on her trail and a larger-than-life bodyguard at her side. Realizing her almost-wedding was a mistake, she's determined to fight for her survival... and start a new life with the sexy SEAL- for better or worse.

The Bride's Bodyguard

by Elizabeth Thornton

With his striking good looks, Ross Trevenan was one of the most attractive men Tessa Lorimer had ever seen. But five minutes in his company convinced her he was the most arrogant, infuriating man alive. That's why it was such a shock to discover Trevenan's true purpose: hired to escort her out of Paris and back to England, he had sworn that he'd do anything to keep her safe--even if he had to marry her to do it. Now, finding herself a bride to a devastatingly attractive bodyguard seems more hazardous than any other situation she could possibly encounter. Yet Tessa doesn't know that she holds the key to a mystery that Trevenan would sell his soul to solve...and that a vicious murderer will kill to keep.hook her body, her blood seemed to ignite. She was clinging to him for support, kissing him back, allowing those bold hands of his to wander atwill from her breast to her thigh, taking liberties she knew no decent girl should permit, not even a French girl.When he left her mouth to kiss her ears, her eyebrows, her cheeks, she got out a shaken whisper, "I never knew it could be like this. You make me feel thingsI never knew existed, sensations I've never experienced before. You seem so different tonight."And he did. His body was harder, his shoulders seemed broader, and she hadn't known he was so tall. As for his fragrance--Then she knew, she knew, and she opened her eyes wide, trying to see his face. It was too dark, but she didn't need a light to know whose arms she was in. Hedidn't wear cologne as Paul did. He smelled of fresh air and soap and freshly starched linen. Outrage rooted her to the spot, but only for a moment longer.Those clever hands of his had slipped and were beginning to massage her bottom."Trevenan!" she gasped, and fairly leaped out of his arms. He made no move to stop her, but said in a laconic tone that grated on herears, "What a pity. And just when things were beginning to turn interesting."She was so overcome with rage she could hardly find her voice, and when she did find it, it was high-pitched and unnatural. "Interesting? What you did to mewas not interesting. It was depraved."As he advanced she retreated. Though she felt a leap of alarm, she was too proud to run away. When he halted beside the stone steps, so did she, but shewas careful to preserve some space between them. The lights on the terrace had yet to be extinguished, and she had a clear view of his expression. He couldhardly keep a straight face."Depraved?" he said. "That's not the impression you gave me. I could have sworn you were enjoying yourself. 'I never knew it could be like this,'" hemimicked. "'You make me feel things I never knew existed.'" He began to laugh."I thought you were Paul," she shouted. "How dare you impose yourself on me in that hateful way."He arched one brow. "My dear Miss Lorimer, as I recall, you were the one who imposed yourself on me. I was merely enjoying a quiet smoke when you bargedinto the gazebo and cornered me. I didn't kiss you. You kissed me." His white teeth gleamed. "Might I give you a word of advice? You're too bold by half. Aman likes to be the hunter. Try, if you can, to give the impression that he has cornered you."The thought that this depraved rake--and he had to be a rake if his kisses were anything to go by--had the gall to give her advice made her temper burn evenhotter. She had to unclench her teeth to get the words out. "There is no excuse for your conduct. You knew I thought you were Paul.""Come now, Miss Lorimer. That trick is as old as Eve."Anger made her forget her fear, and she took a quick step toward him. "Do you think I'd want your kisses? You're nothing but my grandfather's lackey. You'rea secretary, an employee. If I were to tell him what happened here tonight"--she pointed to the gazebo--"he would dismiss you.""Tell him, by all means. He won't think less of me for acting like any red-blooded male. It's your conduct that will be a disappointment to him." Hisvoice took on a hard edge. "By God, if I had the schooling of you, you'd learn to...

The Bride's Daughter

by Rosemary Gibson

Enemies at the altar... Jordan Keston's father was about to marry Tamsin's mother--and Tamsin was furious! As a teenager, she'd been obsessed with Jordan, dazzled by the glamour and sophistication of this rich playboy. But he had seen her simply as the girl next door; he'd broken her heart without even knowing it. There was no way Tamsin and Jordan could ever stand together at the altar, not even as bridesmaid and best man at their parents' wedding!

The Bride's Farewell

by Meg Rosoff

On the morning of her wedding, Pell Ridley creeps out of bed in the dark, kisses her sisters goodbye and flees -- determined to escape a future that offers nothing but hard work and sorrow. She takes the only thing that truly belongs to her: Jack, a white horse. The road ahead is rich with longing, silence and secrets, and each encounter leads her closer to the untold story of her past. Then Pell meets a hunter, infuriating, mysterious and cold. Will he help her to find what she seeks? With all the hallmarks of Meg Rosoff's extraordinary writing, The Bride's Farewell also breaks new ground for this author, in a nineteenth-century, Hardyesque setting. This is a moving story of love and lost things, with a core of deep, beautiful romance. From the Hardcover edition.

Brides For Brazen Gulch

by Renee Roszel

In Brazen Gulch, eligible bachelors were a dime a dozen. How hard could it beto find one normal, safe man among them. Unfortunatley, the only man who madeher toes curl was Clint McCord, a reckless, sexy rogue--Mr. Absolutely Not!

Brides for Brothers

by Debbie Macomber

Hard Luck, Alaska-a Town that Needs Women!Location: 50 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Population: 150 (mostly men)-but growing! Because the O'Halloran brothers, who run a bush-plane charter service called Midnight Sons, are heading a campaign to bring women to Hard Luck!Sawyer O'Halloran- He's the middle brother. Pilot and part owner of Midnight Sons. And, if the truth be told, he's not entirely in favor of this scheme. But he considers himself immune to the charms of any woman-he's adamantly against marriage and he's not too sure about love!Abbey Sutherland- Single mother of two adorable kids. Veteran of one bad marriage. Wants a new beginning-not a new romance. She responds to the Midnight Sons ad and is delighted to accept their offer. But there's a complication-or two. She hasn't told the O'Hallorans she's arriving with children!

Brides from Bridewell

by Walter Hart Blumenthal

Brides from Bridewell is the story of the female felons from England and France who were sent to Colonial America to serve their prison sentences.It sets forth the harsh, often inhuman, penal conditions then prevailing in those lands, and the fact that these thousands of feminine felons constituted one of the primary marital elements in the mothering of early America. Many women whose offenses were minor were deported. Others were confessed criminals. The facts constitute one of the neglected (or hidden) retrospects to the American past. Descent from the Mayflower lineage is stressed by genealogists; but the fact is forgotten that many unknowing present-day Americans of colonial descent derive their American beginnings from female prisoners sent against their will.Says the author: "Many of the transported felons after their servitude had expired, became reputable dwellers in the new environment; and if not they, then their offspring. No stigma attaches to their descendants. But the tale needs telling."

The Bride's Necklace (Necklace Series #1)

by Kat Martin

Knowing that she alone can protect her sister from their lecherous stepfather, Victoria Temple Whiting snatches the family's heirloom necklace to pay for their escape to London. There she finds employment as a servant in the household of handsome Cordell Easton, the scandalous Earl of Brant.

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