The season has taken a turn for the worse when Griffin finds himself on the losing end of the bet he issued to his childhood friend, the Earl of Danford. Now, Griffin must anxiously wait for Benedict to choose his bride as his comeuppance. After a spell of nervous anticipation, Benedict finally reveals to him his choice, and it is none other than the very girl who has occupied so much of his thoughts - Lady Adel Desmond.
Despite his trepidation, Griffin knows he is duty-bound to do as his friend dictates, but convincing the beautiful, independent, and none-too-biddable woman to do as he wishes, results in nothing but disaster. Can he find a way to convince Lady Adel to see beyond his arrogant exterior to the man he keeps hidden from the world?
In his quest to win her heart, or at least her hand in marriage, Griffin will discover that he and Lady Adel have more in common than he initially realized. But will it be enough to overcome their obstacles, including secrets and heartbreak, both of which endanger their budding relationship and could quite possibly put their lives at risk as well?
©2014 Ginny Hartman (P)2016 Ginny Hartman
This book was truly delightful. The book was about a group of friends who made a bet and ultimately lost the consequence the winning friend was able to pick their bride. The book had its twist and turns ups and downs but in the end love came out on top. Since it was an audible book I must say that Tristan Hunt did a great job narrating I love his voice and that made the story even more enjoyable. I would totally recommend this book to others.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. The narrator is great! The story is fun and I appreciated that I couldn't always guess what would happen next. This is a sweet, clean, and fun regency romance.
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