The Captive Bride




      The Captive Bride
The most dazzling beauties of London would have given all to trade places with Miss Annette Redding yet this spirited young lady fought with fury against her fate as unwilling bride of the wealthy, the handsome, the insufferably arrogant Earl of Ardley A marriage in name only, Ardley had promised, only to begin a cat and mouse game with Annette s inexperienced heart Never, Annette vowed, would she let him suspect the passion he awoke within her Never would her pride let her become his adoring plaything But never could she have guessed the strange turn her dilemma would take, as intrigue and abduction plucked her from the aristocratic heights and plunged her deep into danger Glittering with the romance of the Regency, this enthralling tale brings to life an unforgettable heroine who discovers there are far greater perils than desire, and that love is far easier to defy than to defeat. Free Read The Captive Bride By Lucy Phillips Stewart For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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      The Captive Bride
 By Lucy Phillips Stewart IBN : 0440177685 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 253 pages
  • The Captive Bride
  • Lucy Phillips Stewart
  • English
  • 07 June 2019
  • 0440177685

10 thoughts on “ The Captive Bride

  1. Linda says:

    The Captive Bride was the first of six romances Lucy Phillips Stewart wrote in the late 1970s early 1980s Then the author disappeared I loved the progression of The Earl of Ardley and Miss Annette Redding s romance What I found an exception was the pacing of the intrigue I thought it was spaced in an unusual manner and sections felt slightly out of place The title, The Captive Bride, kicked in about 2 3 s of the way through the story after Annette did something foolish There was a slapdash The Captive Bride was the first of six romances Lucy Phillips Stewart wrote in the late 1970s early 1980s Then the author disappe...

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