The Luck of the Bride: The Cavensham Heiresses
This story captures the reader with its suspense, romance, and twists in each chapter. Young March Lawson was given – not by choice – the duty of raising her two younger sisters and baby brother with the death of both their parents a little over a month ago. Both parents were suffering from the same ailment that was spreading. Since their passing, young Marsh handled the duties efficiently until the monthly payments stopped. Faced with being homeless or starving, she had no other choice but to dip into the dowries of her and her two sisters. She planned every detail, including the forging of the trustee’s name and seal until it was brought to his attention. She was summoned to London, and the reaction to the first meeting was not what they expected.
Michael McCalpin found her absolutely beautiful, and March saw him as a man who resembled the statue of David. Michael had second thoughts after he heard her story and agreed to oversee the expenses from then on. But like in any good story, there was a twist just when March and Michael were about to announce their wedding plans.
Lies and deceit follow the new twist and a new character is introduced. I think I’ll let you all read the book. Trust me, you will enjoy it.
|Page Count||384 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
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