The Rogue Steals A Bride
Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
atson Brentwood has finally found someone, a woman so beautiful and full of life. She fascinates him, pulls at him, and he cannot stop thinking about her. This is the woman of his dreams but with a tiny glitch - she is the ward of his sworn enemy. He has made a vow to have nothing to do with the man, only hate.
ophia Hart is rich, smart, and is starting the season seeking a husband with a title. Her husband must have a title so that she can fulfill a vow made to her father on his deathbed. Sophia has met Matson, a man she finds irresistible, handsome, well just plain delectable. But Sophia knows all she can have are a few stolen kisses, for he does not carry a title. But the two are drawn back together over and over and cannot seem to fight the desire they have for one another. Can Sophia and Matson be together and break their vows or continue as if they never met?
have always enjoyed Amelia Grey's historical romances. She takes on forbidden fruit and conveys it to her readers with grace. The story was fun, light, yet with a few heated passages to put a little colour in the cheeks. The only thing I do not get is the title; for me it just doesn't fit.
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