Weddings of the Century: A Pair of Wedding Novellas
- Claiming His Bride (Regency)
Young Dominick Chandler asked for the hand of his beloved Roxanne only to be brutally refused by her father. Ten years later, Dominick returns determined to claim the woman he has never stopped loving, and he'll do anything, no matter how outrageous, to get close to Roxanne again. But is she still the passionate, loving girl who claimed his heart? (Originally released under the title The Devil's Spawn.)
- The Wedding of the Century (Gilded Age, 1885)
Beautiful Sunny Vangelder is the richest and most admired of the American heiresses who crossed the Atlantic to find a glamorous future in England. Thwarted of her hope to marry for love, Sunny is pressured into marrying a deeply reserved duke. To the world, the Gilded Girl and the Duke of Thornborough are dazzling celebrities, but inside the marriage are two lonely people yearning for love. Can Sunny and Justin find each other amidst the glitter and the gold?
Praise for the Stories:
"The simple premise is one of my favorites: The First Year of Marriage between Two Very Different People. We see how Sunny Vangelder, an American heiress, and Justin Aubrey, second son turned duke, turn a marriage of convenience into a love match, despite misunderstandings and personality differences."
—All About Romance
"The writing is vivid, the stories are unique and well developed and the characters have you cheering for their HEA. I enjoyed every moment!"
—Long and Short Reviews
About the Author
A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USAToday bestselling author, Mary Jo Putney's novels are known for psychological depth and intensity and include historical and contemporary romance, fantasy, and young adult fantasy. Winner of numerous writing awards, including two RITAs, three Romantic Times Career Achievement awards, and the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award from Romance Writers of America, she has had numerous books listed among Library Journal's and Booklist's top romances of the year.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Fun and quick
This was a fun, quick read for an afternoon. Both stories are interesting and engaging. If you don’t not have too much time for a long novel, I recommend this short read.