The Luck of the Bride

The Cavensham Heiresses Series - Book 3

By Janna MacGregor

St Martin's - May 2018

Historical Romance

March Lawson was soon going to be presented for her Season when her parents had died. It had then been up to her to see her siblings raised, the youngest, but a babe, was heir to the title. She had done her best, but although her parents had said provisions had been made for such a situation, the truth was so much different. March had used every bit of skill and ingenuity she had to see her siblings educated and fed. Now, she was desperate. She knew she was of an age that she should have her inheritance, but she was being ignored. Desperate, she knew there was only one option remaining. She would falsify papers and steal from her own account. Of course, if she had been given access to her own money, she wouldn't have had to go to such extreme measures.

Michael Cavensham, Marquess of McCalpin, had always known situations like these would arise. His own lack of skill was a risk only those closest to him could know. When he learned of March's scam, he decided to find out the facts on his own. She claimed that she was one age, but documents showed she was another. Regardless, it was obvious that the family was living a meager existence when it should have been one of relative ease. That was most obvious when he discovered the truth of what the cat dragged in.

McCalpin decides to take responsibility of helping the Lawson family, and as he spends time with March, he realizes she is exactly what he wants in a wife. But he has spent his entire life hiding his limitations and doesn't trust easily. And March is a woman who has already proven able to best him.

The Luck of the Bride was yet another wonderful, poignant romance that I truly enjoyed by an author who is becoming a "Must Read Author" for me. March is a heroine, through and through. First to her family, giving up so much for her younger siblings, and willing to face unknown difficulties to make things easier for them. Then for a man who may appear to be invulnerable, but has insecurities of his own. I look forward to the next story in this series.

Kathy Andrico -


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