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From an emerging new voice comes The Bad Luck Bride, a regency romance that begins with a cursed bride and a plot for revenge.

Alexander Hallworth, Marquess of Pembrooke, will not rest until he gets vengeance on the man who destroyed his family. Just one more piece needs to fall into place for Alex to succeed: he needs to convince the man's fiancée, the tragically beautiful Lady Claire Cavensham, to marry him instead.

Lady Claire's "curse" has left her one step away from social ruin: her past three engagements have gone awry, and now her fourth one is headed the same way. Before anyone can learn of her latest scandal, she's caught in an awkward situation with Alex who then shocks everyone by announcing their engagement.

Forced into marriage, Alex and Claire find themselves unexpectedly drawn to each other. But as the two of them grow closer, will the truth of their union shatter their fragile feelings or is love strong enough to survive?

©2017 JLWR, LLC. (P)2017 Recorded Books

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Main Characters' motivations were insipid.

The book was well written. Claire's ultimate secret was silly and Alex was wishy-washy and way too mushy. The story did have just enough charm to keep me listening to the end.

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This book challenged me to finish it.

I stuck it out to the end but it was so over long the effort to do that was difficult. I very seldom review books and feel I must read it entirely in order to do this properly. The narration enabled me to do this. Rosalyn Landor is by far the very best narrator I have heard reading audio books. However, even she could not save it.

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