The Ideal Bride

The Ideal Bride

Large Print - 2004
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Michael Anstruther-Wetherby is a rising member of Parliament, a man who has everything . . . except a wife. So he begins a search for his ideal bride -- a malleable, gently bred young lady -- and thinks he has met his perfect match. However, he finds an obstacle in his path, the young lady's beautiful, strong-minded aunt, Caroline Sutcliffe.

Once one of London's foremost diplomatic hostesses, Caro has style and status -- and she realizes her young niece is all wrong for Michael. This handsome, aristocratic man needs someone of strength, wit, and sensuality by his side. Someone more like . . . her.

Suddenly, Michael senses that he has found his ideal bride -- Caro! Persuading her to accept his hand in marriage will take every ounce of his seductive charm. He tempts and tantalizes Caro beyond all reason -- but can he convince her that becoming his wife will bring her all that her heart desires . . . and more?

Publisher: New York : Harper Large Print, c2004
ISBN: 9780060589813
0060589817
Branch Call Number: LP LAUR
Characteristics: 611 p

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rowan2791
Jul 31, 2012

Michael and Caroline - the consummate politicians/diplomats.

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PupFashionista
Jun 20, 2010

While not the best in the Cynster novels, The Ideal Bride is definitely worth reading. Michael, an up and coming politician, must marry soon if he wants a Cabinet position. He sets his eyes on Elizabeth... but soon discovers her aunt Caro and he would suit much better. There's only one problem. Caro, a widow, has already been a part of a loveless political marriage... and doesn't want another.

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