Stealing the Bride (Avon Romantic Treasure) Mass Market Paperback – 24 Jun 2003
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Elizabeth Boyle has always loved romance and now lives it each and every day by writing adventurous and passionate stories that readers from all around the world have described as "page-turners." Since her first book was published, she's seen her romances become New York Times and USA Today bestsellers and has won the RWA RITA(R) and the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Awards. She resides in Seattle with her family, her garden, and her always-growing collection of yarn. Readers can visit her at www.elizabethboyle.com, or follow her own adventures on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. www.avonromance.com www.facebook.com/avonromance
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The heroine is Lady Diana Fordham, she has loved Temple for many years and has waited for 9 years for him to finish with the spying game and settle down with her (she knows he is a spy, he does not know she knows). So now she has decided that she has waited long enough and stages an elaborate hoax of an elopement so that Temple will come and rescue her.
Her father mean while offers her hand to whoever brings her back. As she is an heiress many are after her. The race is on, but although Temple will rescue her he will not marry her himself but proposes to marry her to either of 2 other suitors! To complicate things further he is suspected of the murder of the man she originally eloped with, so has the law after him. Plus some French spies also want 'the bride' for their own nefarious reasons which Temple wants to find out about.
Your really feel for Diana as she tries at every turn to get her man and cheer when she does at the very end of a complex and compelling plot.
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