Wedding Wagers (Timeless Regency Collection Book 11) Kindle Edition
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"A Wager on Love" by Donna Hatch
Phillip Partridge is the brother of the Duke of Suttenberg, and many young girls see him as a means to meet his very eligible brother or as a means to marry into such a prestigious family. He's not sure he will ever find a girl who suits him, until he meets Meredith Brown. Phillip is instantly taken with her and makes a wager with his best friend, Michael Cavenleigh that he can win Meredith over (despite their rocky start) and get her to marry him. Unfortunately, her lack of connections makes her unacceptable in his mother's eyes. Fortunately, he has plans and allies who will help him.
Meredith Brown is nearly 23 years old and the daughter of a factory owner - not to mention there is some scandal attached to her name. She has nothing to recommend her except kindness, quickness to forgive, championing young naive girls who may be taken advantage of, thoughtfulness, generosity, intelligence and compassion - all things that Phillip values.
"The Final Wager" by Heather Moore
Lord Victor Roland, Earl of Locken is the next Duke - if he marries the girl his dad has picked out for him. Otherwise, he will be disinherited by the Duke.
John Baldwin, Earl of Southill, is desperately gambling away all his money and his future. His sister, Juliet, is trying to keep the household going while trying to hold off her brother's debtors.
Victor and Juliet inadvertently meet through her brother, and Victor is drawn to her immediately. But he knows he shouldn't be because he has an almost-fiancee that his father has selected. He decides to help her by convincing her brother to have a 2-week house party with eligible bachelors. He makes a wager with her that she will have 3 engagement offers by the end of the house party. He even invites his almost-fiancee to remind himself that he isn't eligible to offer for Juliet. But things don't always go as planned...
"An Improbable Wager" by Michele Paige Holmes
12-year-old Eli Linfield, "a common farm boy," and 10-year-old Sherborn Alexander Rowley III, the future Earl of Shrewbury, make a wager over young Emily Montgomery. Eli is madly in love with her and wagers that she will one day marry him, as impossible as that seems.
14 years later Eli is a stable master for the Montgomery's, and is content - even if he does have a lot of secrets that no other living person knows. Sherborn has inherited the title and needs to marry money quickly. He is already practically betrothed to Emily Montgomery and needs her dowry. Just as it appears Eli has lost the bet, Emily's sister Sophia takes matters into her own hand. And Emily is left to decide between money and position or happiness.
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