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  • It was a fun and enjoyable book

    I’ve received an eARC at no cost to the authors. Of the four authors who wrote this anthology, I had only ever read books written by two of them, Caroline Linden, and Katharine Ashe – both authors I had really enjoyed and, therefore, had expected a good book from. They did not disappoint. The first three stories are historical regency, and the last one has a paranormal/magical setting involving both the our current time and the Regency era, which I thought I wasn’t going to like because I was hoping for a typical historical romance story – it ended up being my favourite! It was a fun and enjoyable book, with our usual rogues, and heroines that dazzled us with their intelligence and witty retorts. Each novella brought a unique element to complete the story, and it was exciting to see how every piece started to fit and make sense as a whole. I’ll, definitely, be reading more books written by these authors.

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  • So great!

    This is a great collection of stories based around one wedding. The stories are more fun and light-hearted and also pretty sexy. I loved all the couples.

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  • Ah! What a nice end by 4 authors to Maya Rodale’s

    This anthology begins where the Maya Rodale’s trilogy “The Bad Boy Billionaire” with Jane and Duke Austen ended. Ah, I love it when there are no more loose ends. I really like the fact that the stories were intertwined. The way the authors connected to the other stories, made it so much richer. It reads as a book. Through the 4 stories we get a view of Jane and Duke’s wedding preparations and wedding. In the prologue we read that a new wedding location has to be found because Kingstag Castle ( the castle in the anthology “At the duke’s wedding!!!) burned down. Finally they find another venue: Brampton castle. The first story by Mirande Neville is the one where Arwen, a professional wedding planner, get her HEA with her own lord, Harry, even after all the problems they faced trying to organise the wedding of the century. Can you image planning a wedding for a tech billionaire and there’s being no wifi …. In the second story by Caroline Linden, we meet a friend of the groom. Archer is a lawyer in need of Wifi and stumbles across Nathalie, who was looking for some peace and quiet to write her cookbook. And yes, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach…. Can you imagine planning a wedding with a broken refrigerator filled with weddingcakes.. The third story by Katharine Ashe is a sweet cinderella love story about Cali, a librarian and Piers, a corporate billionaire. She’s such a shy, sweet and social person, while he’s a company shark with a heart 😊. But when he looks at her, he wants soo much more. If only…. The last story by Maya Rodale is about Roxanne, Jane’s roommate and her wedding date, Damien Knightly. Damien did a stupid thing, he made a wager that he would be the first to publish pictures of this exclusive wedding but unfortunately his star reporter Roxanne is also Jane’s maid of honour and refuses to help him out. In the end everything works out fine…. There was also a nice reference to the book “Seducing Mr. Knightly” from another serie “Writing girls” by Maya Rodale which features one of Damien’s ancestors and his newspaper “The London Weekly” A really nice touch at the end was the epilogue with the letters Jane and Duke write to some of the guests. You have to read the one she send to Harry. I’m more of a historical romance reader but if you are looking for some fun contemporary romance, this is it! I received an arc for an honest review

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