And Then Comes Marriage

And Then Comes Marriage

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And Then Comes Marriage
From New York Times bestselling author Celeste Bradley comes And Then Comes Marriage, a story of romantic intrigue with a sensual edge …

After years of being a quiet, dutiful wife, the recently widowed Mrs. Miranda Talbot is finally free to do as she pleases. As an attractive woman of independent means at a time when few women are, Miranda is suddenly turning heads all around London. When she meets the dashing Mr. Castor Worthington, she is swept away by his passion. Is he too good to be true?

Little does Miranda know that there is more to Castor than meets the eye. In fact, he’s a twin. Castor’s brother, also a confirmed bachelor, takes his romantic pursuits-and rivals-very seriously. When Castor discovers Miranda is being courted by his own twin, his competitive nature takes over.

Who will be the one to win Miranda’s hand and heart? The race to say I do is about to begin…

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“Bradley is at her best. The funny, charming romance, with its highly sensual edge, is a sure winner.”RT Book Reviews (top pick)

“The book is a signature Celeste Bradley novel with her wit and engaging writing style. Her characters and settings come to life on the page.”Night Owl Reviews (top pick)

“In her typical mad-literary-genius fashion, Bradley cleverly concocts the second installment in her Regency-set Worthington series, and the end result is one of the most wonderfully original and wildly entertaining romances of the year. Written with a effervescent sense of wit and richly imbued with a surfeit of steamy sensuality, And Then Comes Marriage is too good to miss.”Booklist

“a witty, sexy historical romance that I couldn’t get enough of.”Romance Junkies

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Awards for And Then Comes Marriage
Book Award Nominee  RT Award Nominee – Innovative Historical Romance Nominee
RT Book Reviews - Top Pick  RT Book Reviews Editor’s Top Pick

Under the covers…

I write mostly quirky, self-assured heroines. Miranda was different for me. She is an ordinary woman, rather shy and repressed, who finds herself falling for not one but two outrageous, notorious men. Writing Miranda made me feel a bit vulnerable. I’ve always been shy and have always admired outgoing people. While this gave me insight into Miranda’s character, I ended up putting my own insecurities into the book for the world to read. I had to decide not to worry about it. In the end, I loved Miranda!

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