The Scoundrel's Bartered Bride by Virginia Heath



Release Date: 07.01.2020


Synopsis:

Marriage…To the highest bidderLady Lydia Barton cannot seem to avoid Owen Wolfe since he’s returned after being wrongly transported for stealing her family’s jewels! But Lydia has more pressing problems, like her impending arranged marriage. Until Owen makes her father a counteroffer for her hand. Is Owen purely after her society connections, or dare Lydia hope that the charming stable boy she once loved is still within her ruthless, wealthy new husband?


Review:


This is the story of Lady Lydia who fell in love with a stable boy, Owen, when she was 16 years old. Their young illicit love story was abruptly interrupted when he was accused and found guilty of stealing from her house, even going so far as taking her dying mother's pearls.
After the trial Owen was sent away to pay is debt with the justice and Lydia felt stupid and betrayed.
Now he is back and their lives intewine once again as if fate wants to play with them.
Owen is determined to prove his innocence but without any evidence it's really difficult to regain Lydia's trust and benevolence.

The Scoundrel's Bartered Bride is a brilliant new addiction to Virginia Heath historical novels.
The chemistry and the affection between Lydia and Owen show in their every interactions and you can’t help but be angry for them for the things they have had to endure and to root for their happily ever after.

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