The Curse of the Braddock Brides by Erica ObeyThe Curse of the Braddock Brides by Erica Obey

The Curse of the Braddock Brides

byErica Obey

Paperback | April 25, 2017

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Lord Hardcastle, a single man with a title and a slew of poor female relations, may be in need of a wife, but that doesn't mean American heiress Libba Wadsworth is interested. Not with the mysterious, orchid hunter Will Ransome lurking about.

Rather than endure yet another awful Coming-out Season of boring balls and vacuous visits from suitors, Libba Wadsworth, in one of her more self-indulgent moments, contemplates the romantic thrill of throwing herself off Cora's Leap to go down in history as yet another of the cursed Braddock Brides. She knows full well she won't do it, but still ... the men she's had to endure season after season certainly made a leap into the abyss appealing. Until one Lord Hardcastle comes to call and Will Ransome, claiming to be Hardcastle's batman and an adventurous orchid hunter, shows up. But can she trust either of them? And, more importantly, are they really who they claim to be? 

The Curse of the Braddock Brides is the first in a series of historical romances inspired by the stately homes of the Hudson Valley.

There are three places you can find Erica when she's not writing or teaching courses on mystery fiction and Arthurian Romance at Fordham University: on a hiking trail, in her garden, or at the back of the pack in her local road race. Her favorite kind of vacation is backpacking across Dartmoor or among the hills of Wales in order to fi...
Title:The Curse of the Braddock BridesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:310 pages, 7.71 × 5.08 × 0.74 inPublished:April 25, 2017Publisher:Amphorae Publishing Group, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1940442184

ISBN - 13:9781940442181

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Editorial Reviews

"Obey (The Lazarus Vector) provides the Victorian romance essentials: a deliciously scandalous story with an unequivocally stable and happy ending. This is a smoothly unfolding, satisfyingly twisty tale of lurid legends, deadly blackmail, hidden identities, international spycraft, and practical romance."

- Publishers Weekly starred review