A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels, Book 2) by Mary Balogh

By Mary Balogh

BONUS: This version comprises an excerpt from Mary Balogh's The mystery Mistress.

“Matchless storyteller”(Romantic Times) Mary Balogh weaves a tantalizing internet of wit and seduction in her new novel—an impossible to resist story of 2 not going fans and one unforgettable summer.

equipment Butler is cool, harmful, certainly one of London’s mostinfamous bachelors—marriage is the very last thing on his brain. yet Kit’s kin has different plans. desirous to thwart his father’s matchmaking, equipment wishes a bride...fast. input pass over Lauren Edgeworth.

A 12 months after being deserted on the altar, Lauren has made up our minds that marriage isn't for her. whilst those fiercely self reliant souls meet, sparks fly—and a deal is hatched. Lauren will masquerade as Kit’s meant if he has the same opinion to supply a passionate, adventurous, unforgettable summer season. while summer season ends, she will holiday off the engagement, rendering herself unmarriageable and leaving them either loose. every little thing goes perfectly—until package does the unthinkable: He starts off to fall in love. A summer time to recollect isn't really adequate for him. yet how can he persuade Lauren to be his...for greater, for worse, for the remainder of their lives?

Show description

Read or Download A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels, Book 2) PDF

Similar regency books

The Counterfeit Mistress (Fairbourne Quartet, Book 3)

The sweetness. THE secret agent. AND THE BEHOLDER.
From the loved long island occasions bestselling Madeline Hunter comes this riveting old romance, during which a darkly handsome nobleman is decided to unmask a gentle and mysterious younger attractiveness. ..

A refugee from the warfare in France, Marielle Lyon has validated herself on the fringes of London society. Claiming to be the niece of an accomplished aristocrat, Marielle welcomes the gossip that she is a undercover agent. The extra eyes she has gazing her, the higher secure she is--and the higher probability she has of saving her father's life.
A warrior at heart, Gavin Norwood, Viscount Kendale, could nonetheless be in uniform if no longer for his older brother's premature dying. in any case he's obvious, Kendale doesn't belief the French--or their femmes fatales. He has manage a surveillance community to ferret out undercover brokers, and he believes he's stumbled on one within the smooth, mysterious Marielle.
Ready to pounce on his tempting prey, Kendale arranges a gathering with Marielle, who's extra attractive and extra crafty than he expected. however the Viscount is able to do no matter what it takes to unmask her--even if it ability enjoying a video game of seduction. ..

A Gentleman Undone (Blackshear Family, Book 2)

A seductive good looks turns the tables on a gentleman gaming for the guiltiest of pleasures during this wealthy and sensual Regency romance from liked newcomer Cecilia Grant.
Lydia Slaughter knows the video games males play—both out and in of the bed room. no longer afraid to bend the foundations to fit her wishes, she fleeces Will Blackshear outright. The Waterloo hero had his personal bold time table for the gaming tables of London’s gentlemen’s golf equipment. yet now he antes up for a bet of wits and hope with Lydia, the streetwise temptress who retains him at arm’s length.
A stored lady in determined straits, Lydia has a pointy brain and a head for numbers. She gambles at the sly, hoping to win adequate to say her independence. An alliance with Will on the tables could be a successful proposition for them either. however the association consists of dicey odds with emerging stakes, sweetened with unstated promise of fleshly delights. And any sleight of hand may locate their hearts making a bet on anything neither can have enough money to possibility: love.

Always a Scoundrel (Notorious Gentlemen, Book 3)

By no means a gentleman . . . till now.

Lord Bramwell Johns, the second one son of a duke, is an unrepentant scoundrel. Now that his closest neighbors are disgustingly ensconced in family bliss, Bram is feeling surprisingly stressed. and never even relieving London's least deserving artistocrats in their ill-gotten jewels is enough—until the evening he overhears a controversy. apparently girl Rosamund Davies is ready to be pressured into marriage with a rogue even worse than himself.

Rose is easily conscious of Bram's scandalous popularity, so any explanation for his surprising curiosity in her is suspect; extra so in view that he's shut associates with the fellow approximately to spoil her relations! She has her personal plan although, and Bram might be simply what she requires—as lengthy as she recollects that he's in simple terms looking for himself. so long as she recalls that his kisses and caresses don't suggest something. so long as she will be able to preserve from brooding about even if she will belief a scoundrel . . . together with her middle.

Additional info for A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels, Book 2)

Sample text

Although Fanny settles down to a quiet life once more , Mary Crawford is more deeply disturbed by Edmund's absence. She still does not approve of his coming ordination, and now shows jealousy towards the sisters of Edmund's friend. Fanny refuses to be drawn on the subject, and will not confirm that Edmund is attracted to Mary. Commentary Another transitional chapter, bridging the time between the ball and Henry's return from London with unexpected plans. It provides Jane Austen with yet another opportunity to compare the characters of Fanny and Mary.

Fanny, having been escorted to the front door by Henry, continues to be much impressed by his improvement, but hopes that his new-found sensitivity will prevent him from pressing her with his attentions in the future. Commentary Many readers find Fanny's tendency towards ill health irritating, especially when combined with her moral goodness , and , indeed, compared with 36 some of Jane Austen's other heroines, Fanny can appear to lack vitality, but again this is part of the overall design of her character.

Edmund is equally astonished to find that Fanny does not miss Mary. Both father and son agree that a visit to her parents at Portsmouth would be good for Fanny . Sir Thomas hopes that an absence from wealth and elegance might incline her to accept Henry's offer . Fanny is delighted to be going home after so many years and looks forward to being surrounded by an affectionate family once more. Lady Bertram is persuaded into managing without Fanny. Aunt Norris contemplates paying a visit to her sister - to the horror of William and Fanny - but she finally decides against the idea for financial reasons.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.01 of 5 – based on 24 votes