The Wetherby Brides, Book 4 Lady Elizabeth Wetherby, formerly Crawley, has married the wrong man, after being duped by his identical twin brother. Now, to escape scandal, she and her new husband have taken refuge at Dunbocan, their Scottish estate. Having been a highly popular and active member of the ton, she worries that being stranded in the Highlands will be a horrible bore. But how can one be bored when a ghost haunts one’s home? Michael Wetherby has been in love with Elizabeth Crawley, now Wetherby, since the day he met her. So, when his identical twin brother suggested they trade places one night, he was happy to oblige. But the charade got out of hand, and the next thing he knew, he was leg-shackled to a woman who didn’t want him. Now, they both must make a choice: be miserable together, or learn to love one another. Either way, till death do them part.
I enjoyed this book way more than the 3rd book. It is a simply story and very easy to read book. Nothing to deep.
I've read 2 other books in the series & wished this one could have drawn me in as much as the other two. I knew the character of Michael was already in love with the heroine from the previous book but it was not believable how Elizabeth "fell in love" with him. The transition from enraged attraction to "amorous" passion was a bit abrupt and the author did not develop it as much. I did like the paranormal aspect a bit.
The bedeviled bride
I kept reading this but I’m not sure why. Story line and character dialogue was very poor.