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The Bride Insists

by Jane Ashford

eBook

She Thinks She's Bought a Compliant Husband...They're Both in for a Shock

Although Clare Greenough has inherited an unexpected fortune, her money is in the hands of a trustee until she marries—everyone knows a woman is incapable of managing funds. What she needs is an easygoing husband, right away...

She makes a deal with impetuous young James Boleigh, seventh baron Trehearth: they will marry, Clare will get control of her money, and Jamie will get the funds he desperately needs to restore his lands. To stave off ruin, Jamie agrees, believing Clare will soon become a proper, submissive wife. But to expect a serene, passionless marriage was only their first mistake.

Praise for Once Again a Bride:
"A romance that shouldn't be missed."—Library Journal
"A superbly crafted story."—Fresh Fiction


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Publisher: Sourcebooks

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 4, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9781402285707
  • Release date: March 4, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9781402285707
  • File size: 1012 KB
  • Release date: March 4, 2014


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She Thinks She's Bought a Compliant Husband...They're Both in for a Shock

Although Clare Greenough has inherited an unexpected fortune, her money is in the hands of a trustee until she marries—everyone knows a woman is incapable of managing funds. What she needs is an easygoing husband, right away...

She makes a deal with impetuous young James Boleigh, seventh baron Trehearth: they will marry, Clare will get control of her money, and Jamie will get the funds he desperately needs to restore his lands. To stave off ruin, Jamie agrees, believing Clare will soon become a proper, submissive wife. But to expect a serene, passionless marriage was only their first mistake.

Praise for Once Again a Bride:
"A romance that shouldn't be missed."—Library Journal
"A superbly crafted story."—Fresh Fiction


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