The Prodigal Bride

Historical Romance The Prodigal Bride

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The Prodigal Bride

Major Anthony Lyndhurst cannot believe his eyes. “There’s no way that this is possible.” But regardless, here before him in his own bedroom is his wife, Georgie, who disappeared without a trace four years earlier. After she disappeared, rumours spread that he had killed her, and Anthony was ostracized from high society. There’s little chance of him forgiving her after that. Still, where has she been and what has she been doing these past four years? In the sequel to An Uncommon Abigail, the Lyndhursts’ family drama gets darker, when secrets concerning the members and the disappearance of Anthony’s young, estranged wife are uncovered.

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages

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nearly a divorce 4  4

This is a good story to read because not only are we at the end of this series but we get to find out the truth about the hero and his missing wife, the heroine who is alive and well. The heroine is quite the timid creature throughout the book, but she shows some backbone in dangerous situations. We learn that the hero was in love with the heroine, four years ago but proposed a marriage of convenience in order to hide his true feelings for her. Then not long after, the hero and men are called to war but the hero at advice of a relative finds the heroine kissing a former fiancee, which spurns the hero to say some hateful things and leave for war. When the hero returns, the heroine has disappeared and the rumors start. This however, doesn't make sense because how could the hero killed his wife if he had been at war, because according to the people, it was one year after he left that she disappeared. The hero states that the heroine is going back to being his wife but it doesn't look like the relationship is progressing. The hero learns from the heroine that when the draft was announced the heroine was looking for the hero and a member of the family told her that he was outside. Then she met her ex-fiancee and they patched things up as friends. The hero learns from the servants that the same family member was also hanging around the mansion, around the time that the heroine disappeared. Veery interesting. We also learn why the heroine didn't come back was because the hero didn't respond to her letter. The hero claims that he never got the letter and asks about the missing pearls, which the heroine claims that she didn't take them. Then, we learn what the hero said to the heroine after that kiss and ouch, those were some hurtful words to a 17-year-old newly wed wife. I also liked how the hero caught the family member in his own trap. It was quite fantastic. The ending was good.

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Third book of a nice historical romance 4  4

I like historical and romantic novels so... I can't do without liking this comic a lot! I rate 4 out of 5 just because the heroine seems to me not strong-willed and 'brave' enough (with respect to the first two books of the trilogy). The hero is handsome and determined. Hope you agree, too.

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