Saturday, June 20, 2015

The Spring Bride by Anne Gracie

The Spring Bride by Anne Gracie

This is book 3 in the Chance Sisters series.

Jane Chance is about to make her debut, but before she can she gets an offer of marriage from a wealthy lord. He represents everything she has ever wanted:  a husband, money to secure her future and the chance of children. That is until she meets Zachary Black and he turns her world upside down.

Zach is not what Jane needs to secure her future. He is a gypsy that helps her rescue a dog, not someone she would consider marrying. But what she doesn't know, is that Zach is a wealthy lord himself. Unfortunately, this former spy is wanted for murder and must keep his identity a secret until he finds evidence of his innocence.

Can Zach keep Jane from marrying long enough to clear his name and claim her as his own?

I had never read anything by Anne Gracie before this series. When finding out it was book three in a series, I quickly checked out the other two books from the library. Book one had me hooked and I quickly read the next two.

Falling in love with all the "sisters" in book one, had me eagerly wanted to read each of their stories. Jane has always wanted security when choosing a spouse. I thought that she might change her mind after watching her sisters fall in love. But her childhood memories of struggling just to survive were more powerful than the lure of love. It was interesting to watch her inner struggle with what her mind wanted and what her heart was telling her to do. I was also fun to watch the "bad boy" fall in love and get something he never thought he wanted.

Of course this series wouldn't be the same without Lady Bea and her outrageous stories and meddling ways. I think I'd like to see her get her HEA too!!

I can't wait to read Daisy's story! She is such a colorful person and doesn't hold anything back. Her match will definitely have to be strong willed!

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Thanks go out to Penguin Group via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.

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