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    Expect the unexpected!

    I THEE WED is a light, frothy, luscious concoction that I devoured in record time! Orion Worthtington is a serious, organised scientist who aspires to the Fraternity of Life Sciences. When he was offered the opportunity to become the assistant of the eminent Sir Geoffrey Blayne, he jumps on the occasion. Furthermore, Sir Geoffrey has the perfect daughter, Judith, for Orion to advance his career. She is everything his boisterous, nearly scandalous family is not. But when he goes to live in Blayne House, Orion meets Judith’s cousin, the voluptuous Francesca with the slight Italian accent, and very soon all Orion’s well-laid plans go out the window! I loved the eccentric Worthingtons right from the start, I knew I was going to be thoroughly entertained, and I certainly was! I THEE WED is the latest in the series, but it can easily be read as a standalone; however I plan on reading the previous books, because it was just too much fun! Francesca is a fabulous character: she’s a biologist, she’s an original, full of life and impulsive. Apart from being a scientist, she’s Orion’s polar opposite, however she’s exactly like the other Worthingtons, to Orion’s initial dismay. Orion is an unusual hero, to my utter delight, and I just loved him as well; what a perfect couple! Francesca and Orion are instantly smitten with each other, and they fight it for as long as they can. I THEE WED is a delightful cocktail of romance, as well as hilarious highjinks from Orion’s younger sister Attie. Ms. Bradley’s stunning attention to detail infuses this book with a sense of authenticity, in spite of the outrageousness of some of the shenanigans that take place. Orion and Francesca’s infatuation with each other is in turns amusing, touching, sensuous, passionate, restrained, and very romantic. I THEE WED is also gloriously well written, with very witty dialogues, and vivid descriptions that make everything and everyone feel absolutely real. The characters are fascinating, and there are surprises galore as everything unfolds, a historical character makes a cameo appearance, and the conclusion is simply fabulous! The way the author dealt with a deception that threatened the happiness of some characters was perfect and absolutely logical. I had feared that the book might conclude hurriedly, and it was decidedly not the case. A fun, intelligent, and totally romantic story! I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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