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Annabel is about to marry the perfect man . . .
The last thing Miss Annabel Wheaton desires is true love. She learned the hard way that love makes a woman foolish and leads only to heartache. That’s why she agreed to marry an earl who needs her money. He’s got a pedigree and a country estate, and he won’t ever break her heart. There’s only one problem . . .
Christian isn’t about to let her marry that pompous prig . . .
Christian Du Quesne, Duke of Scarborough, thinks the stubborn heiress is about to make the biggest mistake of her life, and he’s determined to stop her. Tempting beautiful women is Christian’s forte, after all. When her family offers him a nice sum of money to stop the wedding, he’s happy to accept.
Falling in love with Annabel was never supposed to be part of the bargain . . .--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
The characters were really well thought out and the story line moved at a nice, believable pace that really worked with the time period of this tale.
It was always reassuring to be proved right about a man's bad character, though a bit galling to think she could still find a man like that attractive.
If you are looking for a slightly different historical romance that reads easily and will have you laughing and sighing, this is a great book for you!
This started off to be an intriguing story about the new money rich American girl who tries to make herself acceptable to society by hitching up to the British aristocracy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Reviews by Eryn
An American new money heiress is not accepted into the American society scene but she finds a way to outsmart a lot of people and become the belle of the Ton. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Banncam
I always enjoy reading novels with strong female characters and good dialogue, and for me this novel fit that bill. Read morePublished on June 15, 2012 by rjred
"Listen, sugar, I don't have much time here, and I don't need you looking at me like you're a cat and I'm the cream jug. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by AsDaysTurn
I thought this book was well written and well thought out. I really felt for Annabel and her pursuit to better herself. Her background was dismal. She has what is called pluck. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by Marilynn Layden
I started reading Trouble at the Wedding by Laura Lee Guhrke expecting it to be just another historical romance - a genre a love, but one that can be occasionally predictable. Read morePublished on May 14, 2012 by It's Raining Books
I've truly enjoyed all of LLG's works that I've read thus far, and I plan to read more. Her late Victorian/Edwardian settings make it possible for her to create female characters... Read morePublished on April 16, 2012 by Lady Wesley
Annabel Wheaton is determined to marry a titled peer to get the respect she has always deserved, so when the Earl of Rumsford proposes, she thinks her prays have been answered. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by Tabitha @ Bows & Bullets Reviews
Normally, I don't leave a review if I couldn't finish the book, but I'm making an exception in this case. I'm usually a fan of Ms. Guhrke and had high expectations for the story. Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by Emma Reviews