With His Ring
Book 2, The Brides of Bath - A Regency Romance (Brides of Bath, Book 2)
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Cheryl Bolen does it again! There is laughter, and the interaction of the characters pulls you right into the book. 4 Stars – Romantic Times magazine
Glee Pembroke has turned down countless offers of marriage because she has secretly been in love with her brother's best friend, Gregory Blankenship, all her life. When she learns Gregory will lose his considerable fortune if he's not wed by his twenty-fifth birthday, she persuades him to enter into a sham marriage with her. What he doesn't know is that she plans to win his heart. She will do everything in her power to make him happy – including mimicking the ways of a "fast" woman since he's noted for alliances with women of that sort.
Why did he ever allow himself to marry the maddening Glee? He'd thought they would have great fun, but at every turn, she exasperates him. Why does she persist in wearing the bodice of her dresses so blasted low? Why do other men persist in flirting with her, his wife? And why in the blazes has his heretofore complacent life been turned upside down by this sham marriage? He finds himself longing for a real marriage, but for reasons he cannot divulge, that can never happen.
Better than her others
This is the third book I have read by this author and I find her books to be good time fillers but not a top favorite.
The reviews of humor in this book are highly inaccurate if you want true humor in a historical romance novel read Julie garwood I recommend the bride as its her funniest and has a great plot.
The women in Cheryl Boylen books are usually meek and rather ignorant of the obvious especially in "the bride wore blue" the plots are ok but you can guess any mystery from the first time it is introduced. I wouldn't recommend her books even though I use them as time fillers till my favorite authors (Julie garwood rosemary Rogers Julie Quinn and my new favorite book "highland captive") produce new books