Tempting the Bride

Tempting the Bride

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Helena Fitzhugh understands perfectly well that she would be ruined should her secret love affair be discovered. But when a rendezvous goes wrong and she is about to be caught in the act, she is forced to accept help from a man she truly despises, David Hillsborough, and announce that she has eloped with him. But David has always loved Helena and after a carriage accident causes her to lose her memory, he seizes the chance to tell her of his love. But when her memory returns, can Helena learn to trust and love a man she had sworn never to like?
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, 2012.
ISBN: 9780425251027
Characteristics: 296 p. ;,18 cm.


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Feb 08, 2017

I know, I know. I said I wouldn't read this book.

But I had nothing better to read, and it was just sitting there. So I read it. And I didn't have as harsh of a reaction as earlier.

In fact, I thought it was pleasant, in a noncommittal sort of way.

louisecanzolino Jun 04, 2014

boring read. The best book by this author was the Luckiest Lady in London which led me to get these other books by her and definiately not worth it

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