Tuesday, October 31, 2017

#Review: THE BRIDE WHO GOT LUCKY by Janna MacGregor

5 of 5 stars
What a delightful book! Ms. MacGregor has a flair for creating real characters--their wants, passions, regrets and mistakes. I loved Nick, Earl of Somerton. He had been treated horribly by his cruel father, the Duke of Renton, as a child, but Nick was a survivor and when he grew older, he built a trading empire that made him a very wealthy man. Lots of money and no one to share it with, that is, until he meets Emma Cavensham. With her brother as one of his best friends, he was present at many Cavensham's family events and his admiration for the strong-willed Emma grew. When a scandal threatens to ruin her, Nick steps up and weds her. 

The book kept my interest throughout and I eagerly kept turning the pages to find out what would befall Emma and Nick next. I was not disappointed as Ms. MacGregor painted a masterful stroke of Nick and Emma's relationship. Their passion for each other was undeniable, but even with great love comes misunderstandings and heartache. Would Nick ever learn how to open his heart and fully embrace Emma as his wife and partner in life? Fans of Regency romance will definitely enjoy this book.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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