The Marriage Wager, an RT Reviewers' Choice nominee for Best Regency Historical Romance:
"Exceptional characters and beautifully crafted...a delightful read for Judith McNaught and Mary Balogh fans."—Publishers Weekly
"A riveting, emotional romance that will garner a place of prominence on anyone's keeper shelf."—Rendezvous
The Stakes are High, the Game is Set...
Lady Emma Tarrant possesses little but the gambling skills her dead husband taught her, but she's no match for a real gamester...
Colin Wareham, Baron St. Mawr, gambles to distract himself from devastating memories. The gaming has long since lost its appeal, until he meets sparkling Lady Emma and finds that
Praise for Once Again a Bride:
"A double love story and the right touches of humor and sensuality add up to his delightful fast-paced read."—RT Book Reviews, 4 stars
"A near-perfect example of everything that makes this genre a joy to read."—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
Don't waste your time. Emma Tarrant is a character of little depth that few readers will relate too and most shall just find incredibly annoying. As she stumbles to fix everything on her own with out asking for help while making idiotic and illogical assumptions, Emma becomes more insipid as the novel nears its conclusion. This is the 3rd book I've read by Ashford and frankly, the characters are all the same while the scrapes are equally unoriginal as the witless women all seem to fall prey to monetary blackmail and cannot own up to their mistakes to ask their husband for help. I am done with Jane Ashford.