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Friday, December 15, 2017

Lord Bentley Needs A Wife

A Regency. It’s late August, and the heir to the title, Earl of Bentley, faces a dilemma. He must find, persuade, and marry a titled and moneyed English lady before October 30th or he will lose his estates, lands, and finances. So, Bentley, unlearned in the Rules of Love and the intricacies of women’s psyches confronts a ticking clock. He hires a matchmaker. Lady Camilla Merriweather, eldest daughter of a viscount, must use her considerable beauty to marry a rich, titled, Englishman to save her large family from the poverty and disgrace brought upon them by huge losses in the stock market. Due to a mix-up, Lady Camilla finds herself at a house party set in motion by the Earl’s matchmaker. Will a series of blunders and adventures lead to a happily-ever-after ending?

Lord Bentley Needs A Bride (Regency Romance)
By Anne Greene
Winged Publications
ISBN #978-1974252183
Price $5.74 (Paperback)
Price $2.99 (Kindle)
108 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

Lord Bentley, the elder son of an Earl, is being forced to wed in order to inherit his rank as an Earl. However, his main interest is not in a wife, but in his horses. Lady Camilla is faced with similar problems, as her family wants her to marry into a titled family with money. Lord Bentley’s younger brother is sabotaging his father’s wishes, hoping to obtain the Earl title instead of his older brother. A matchmaker works up a suitable list of women for the older brother to choose from. The younger brother substitutes another list with names of other women to invite to the gala, and Lady Camilla Merriweather is on the new list and sparks fly when she meets the older brother. But with no family money, will the father accept his choice as a bride?

This was a quick read, and highly enjoyable. The author’s writing is Faith based, and her Regency Romances are fun and interesting. Highly recommended.

Ginger Johnson

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