Monday, July 18, 2011

The Wedding Season

Authors: Deborah Hale and Louise Gouge
Publisher: Love Inspired Historical
June 2011
ISBN: 978-0-373-82873-9
Genre: Inspirational/historical romance

Wedding bells will ring in these romantic Regency stories…

THE WEDDING SEASON is a set of two stories set in England, during the Regency period.

Much Ado About Nuptials by Deborah Hale – Sebastian Stanhope is plagued with a jaded heart due to an unfortunate error he made when he was younger. He’s determined not to let his brother, Claude make the same mistake—and so he tries to break up the marriage Claude seems to be rushing into. He tries to convince the brides companion, Rebecca Beaton, into helping him in his plans, but she seems determined to encourage the pair—and show Sebastian the meaning of love.

The Gentleman Takes a Bride by Louise M. Gouge – Elizabeth Moberly is determined to marry a peer, and so she can’t possibly be attracted to the stranger who rode in to break up her cousin’s marriage. Yet, Philip Lindsey seems to have a tender heart and a strong faith. Will Philip be able to convince Elizabeth that the only title she needs is Mrs. Lindsey?

THE WEDDING SEASON is a charming story set during the Regency period, portraying two different couples finding love. Ms. Hale is a new debut author, and I’m looking forward to reading other books by this talented author. And Ms. Gouge is a talented author and I’ve read all her books to date. Ms. Gouge’s story is a continuance of her other stories set in America during the Revolutionary War, including characters (this time in the role of parents) who were in her previous books.

If you are looking for a great Regency, then THE WEDDING SEASON is a book that you’ll definitely want to read. And since it released during the month of June—the traditional wedding month—you’ll definitely want to read it soon. Discussion questions are included. $5.50. 285 pages.

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