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The twisting paths of love and duty collide in this engrossing and lively romance introducing Miss Sophie Harlow, a journalist whose column has taken 19th-century London by storm. Sophie, herself recently jilted at the altar, has reluctantly taken on the newspaper's task of writing about weddings, and is invited to cover the marriage of the handsome "double duke" of Brandon and Hamilton to Lady Clarissa Richmond. The moment Brandon and Sophie lay eyes on each other, the chemistry is undeniable. But Brandon's reputation as a truly good man, coupled with Sophie's regard for Clarissa, conflict with their deepening desires. Meanwhile, Lady Clarissa's mother will stop at nothing to see the wedding through, despite her daughter's sudden attachment to the Prince of Bavaria (it's mutual). As the wedding day draws neigh, schemes are unleashed and bonds are broken. With wonderfully drawn characters, intrigue, and tantalizing passion, Rodale (The Rogue and the Rival) is certain to delight readers and keep them waiting, with baited breath, for more.
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"For a delightful love-and-laughter, madness and mayhem romance, Rodale calls upon the joy, troubles, triumphs and tribulations of wedding planning. With its quick pace and wonderful sense of humor, Rodale's new entry in the Writing Girl series is a smash." - RT Book Reviews
"A GROOM OF ONE'S OWN was an absolutely enchanting read." - Romance Reviews Today
This is a wonderful love story with a twist. It keeps you on your toes wondering what will happen next. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lynda Barker
Note: this review is based on an audio edition of the book.
Carolyn Morris is a wonderful narrator and this is the first time I’ve had the pleasure of hearing her. Read more
I really enjoyed this read. the characters are fun. I liked that the other woman was so likable and you end up with more than one romance in the book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Megan
The story line was easy to follow but the make-up of the story lacked fire for my taste. The author defined her characters very well, even if some readers might not have liked... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Janie_tx
I am a regency novel addict - having read and re-read hundreds. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the rest in the series because they were lighthearted, romantic, entertaining... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Momma Bear
I really enjoyed this first installment of the Writing Girls Series. The characters were strong and very likable. There was plenty dialogue. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tracy T
I loved everything about this book. I really loved the stuffed-shirt Brandon and the way he slowly came around. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Trish R.
I really like the Bad Boy Billionaire series but this book left me numb. Anachronisms abound! Dialog such as "being ahead of the curve" tend to break the magic of being... Read morePublished 17 months ago by DV
Great series tells a great story and takes you away to the place in history for u to live itPublished 18 months ago by Barbara S. Ellis