Book: The Fairy Tale Bride (Once Upon a Wedding) by Kelly McClymercategories: Book, Victorian, Marriage of Convenience, Bride, Sisters, Relationships, Family, 1800s, Queen Victoria, Historical Romance
Kelly McClymerabout this book: One of the reasons I began writing historical romance is my curiosity about what makes a seemingly mismatched couple end up with a strong and enduring relationship. The Victorian era is such a proper time (at least on the surface -- research reveals much more interesting diversions from the straight and narrow). Marriage was much more of a permanent thing (although, again, research reveals many ways the Victorians found to deal with that problem). So I wondered exactly what a spinster with notions of independence and six orphaned siblings would do for her family.
Thus was born THE FAIRY TALE BRIDE, to answer the burning question: would she dare approach the daunting duke she holds a case of hero worships for? And what would happen if her fervor to help her brother find a happily ever after left her married to a man who thinks happily ever after is a fairy tale only fit for children. Naturally, Miranda can't resist helping her duke see exactly how wrong he is, with the help of her siblings, a lost child, and her stock of fairy tale lore.
I feel very blessed to be able to offer this book as an ebook after it has been out of print for several years. The digital age is truly amazing.
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