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Tempting the Bride: Fitzhugh Book 3

  • Author
    • Sherry Thomas
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Fans of Grace Burrowes, Liz Carlyle, Meredith Duran, Sarah Maclean and Courtney Milan will be enthralled by the dazzling talent of Sherry Thomas in this thrilling romance in which a headstrong beauty is rescued by the notorious rake she has always despised...

Helena Fitzhugh understands that the discovery of her secret love affair will ruin her. So to save her reputation, she reluctantly elopes with David Hillsborough, Viscount Hastings. The notorious rake has tormented her all her life. Helena has despised David since they were children, but his pride has concealed a life-long passion for the woman he has saved. When a carriage accident robs Helena of her memory, the slate is wiped clean and David dares to reveal his love. But what will happen when Helena remembers and realises she has fallen for a man she has sworn never to trust?

Discover more of the acclaimed romance by Sherry Thomas in the other books in her compelling Fitzhugh trilogy, Beguiling the Beauty and Ravishing the Heiress, along with the highly praised The Luckiest Lady In London.
  • Published: Nov 07 2013
  • Pages: 304
  • 197 x 129mm
  • ISBN: 9781472214508
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Press Reviews

  • Library Journal (starred review)
    With lush sensuality, intense emotion, lyrical writing, and exquisitely realized characters, Thomas has delivered another unforgettable winner
  • Booklist
    Thomas' splendidly nuanced characters and emotionally compelling plot give the third book in her latest lushly sensual, exquisitely written historical trilogy... a rare richness and depth readers will treasure
  • Publishers Weekly (starred review)
    Sizzling....Helena's self-possessed intelligence makes her a standout heroine, and Thomas has an exquisite ability to transport the reader into the outstanding story
  • Lisa Kleypas, New York Times bestselling author
    Searing, tender, and filled with passion, [Sherry Thomas'] writing is nothing short of a revelation