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By Stephanie Laurens

Thanks to Pippa Middleton, we're extra interested than ever via bridesmaids . . . specifically those in Royal Weddings.

Now, during this unique anthology, New York Times bestselling authors Stephanie Laurens, Gaelen Foley, and Loretta Chase let us know what it relatively takes to get the bride to the royal altar. they should do greater than "smile, wave, and glance delighted"!

Stephanie Laurens: A go back Engagement
Lady Nell Daughtry has her palms complete getting her reluctant bride sister accurately married to the Prince of Lautenberg. Then she learns she's paired with Robert Knightley . . . the fiancé who walked away.

Gaelen Foley: The Imposter Bride
Lady Minerva needs to ascertain her country's princess is wed to good-looking Prince Tor. Then the bride bolts, and bridesmaid becomes—bride!

Loretta Chase: Lord Lovedon's Duel
When Chloe Sharp hears the good-looking Earl of Lovedon say her sister's royal marriage is a fit made in cash, she demanding situations him to a duel—for love and honor.

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Sensation and emotions and an upsurge of emotion swept her up and carried her on. advised her on. till they got here jointly in a hurry of fireplace and glory. And the instant was once all, and every thing and greater than she’d dreamed. And the fellow in her fingers was once the fellow of her dreams—he continuously were. while cataclysmic sensation stole her breath, stole her brain and crushed her senses, she but famous that as incontrovertible fact. This used to be existence, this was once pleasure. This used to be excitement unbounded. Then ecstasy claimed them, wracked them, shattered them, and satiation rolled over them and he or she knew not more. Nell woke to the grey gentle of pre-dawn. For a second, she used to be disoriented—the room was once just like her personal, yet now not . . . Then on a hurry of remembered sensation, she recalled what had occurred. The mattress beside her was once empty, but the sheets have been nonetheless hot. Silence lay over the room. elevating her head, she searched, and observed Robert status sooner than the window, staring out. He’d thrown on a gown. The mattress used to be in whole disarray; detaching the coverlet required little attempt. Wrapping the nice and cozy folds approximately her, she walked quietly throughout and joined him. He glanced at her as she halted beside him. looking on the glimmer of sunshine simply edging the jap horizon, she murmured, “You seduced me. I’m now not complaining—I’m happy you did—but now i will be able to reassess, i need to ask yourself why. ” Turning her head, she met his grey eyes, the colour softer within the faint morning mild. He held her gaze. “Because i noticed it’s what I must have performed 9 years in the past. ” She frowned. His tone hardened. “Well, perhaps now not that accurately, yet . . . i would like you with me, Nell—here, at any place I’m published. I’ve consistently sought after you and basically you. I haven’t been a monk through the years we’ve been aside, yet there’s by no means been somebody else—only you. ” He held a pitcher of water; he raised it, sipped, then went on, his gaze relocating lightly over her face, “When you drew again, i attempted to discover an individual else—someone who sought after me. yet i may by no means locate any girl to take your home. For me, it appeared in simple terms you'll do. ” She frowned extra certainly, her gaze locked together with his. “I didn’t draw back—you did. ” His lips curved, yet ruefully. He shook his head. “Stop and imagine. Are you, or are you now not, the oldest woman of your iteration at the Vayne genealogy? ” She didn’t cease frowning. “I am. ” “So within the comparable manner you’ve been gazing out for Frances, who was once observing out for you? Who suggestion to observe your habit? not anyone. at the moment, 9 years in the past, the Vaynes didn’t comprehend even if your iteration will be affected, did they? and also you hadn’t but develop into betrothed. yet, my darling Nell, you and that i have been constantly sympathetic, empathetic, towards one another. You knew i used to be going to invite to your hand . . . and also you drew again. ” Confusion crushed her frown. “I did? ” She in truth didn’t imagine . . . yet then Frances and her sisters and all of the different Vayne adult females not often had a lot comprehension of what they did whereas panicking . . . She refocused on his face. “Are you convinced? ” She couldn’t conceal the wish that coloured her voice.

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