The Wagered Bride: A Regency Romance by Teresa McCarthy

The Wagered Bride: A Regency Romance

byTeresa McCarthy

Kobo ebook | January 14, 2015

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BOOK 2 of The CLEARBROOKS - A high-stakes wager of cards and love... A Regency Historical Romance series by award-winning author Teresa McCarthy.

When the fourth son of a duke, Lord Stephen Clearbrook, loses at cards to a rich city merchant, he finds himself trapped into an engagement with the man's daughter. But nineteen-year-old Miss Elizabeth Shelby already has plans to elope with Stephen's arch-enemy! As the couple battle each other, they soon discover that nothing is safe from the outlandish wager...nothing, including their hearts...

THE CLEARBROOKS – In this clean, sweet historical romance series about a duke's family, suspenseful, inspirational, and heartwarming love stories bring the Regency period to life. As the tales unfold, the timeline soon turns to the edge of the Regency period while it prepares for the exciting Victorian Era.

Book 1 - The Rejected Suitor

Book 2 - The Wagered Bride

Book 3 - The Convenient Bride

Book 4 - The Mischievous Bride

Book 5 - The Duke's Bride

COLORADO CLEARBROOKS - Look for this contemporary romance series by Teresa McCarthy, including sweet and inspirational stories with the Clearbrook descendants.

Book 1 - Almost Midnight

Book 2 - Almost Sundown

Book 3 - Almost Daybreak

A Regency Romance originally published by Penguin Putnam.

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Title:The Wagered Bride: A Regency RomanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 14, 2015Publisher:Teresa McCarthyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0986067024

ISBN - 13:9780986067020

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from The wagered bride Wounderfull book I would very much recommend it to anyone how needs a little romance in there lives.
Date published: 2015-05-16