Harlequin Romance Can’t Get Enough Weddings!

by Bryony Green, Senior Editor, Harlequin Romance

rebelandheiressDo you love a wedding? The Harlequin Romance team LOVE all things bridal—and we’re thrilled to present you with a month that’s all about weddings! It has everything from a royal wedding to Italian nuptials to convenient weddings—and, as always, offers a variety of powerfully emotional Romances!

First let’s whisk you away to the city of Sydney, Australia, where a young woman, Nell, has inherited a mansion—a crumbling Victorian villa that needs a lot of renovation and TLC to bring it back to its former glory. A letter from her grandmother’s gardener brings her back in touch with her childhood friend Rick Bradford, a man who helps her achieve her dream to bring the villa back to life as a venue for a wedding—her own! Michelle Douglas has a gift for storytelling and delving into those deep emotions, so don’t miss The Rebel and the Heiress.

crownprinceApart from your own wedding, or that of your nearest and dearests, the next-best kind is, of course, a Royal wedding! Look out for Crown Prince, Pregnant Bride, by Kate Hardy. Indigo Moran is an ordinary girl who meets a handsome and intriguing stranger while visiting her friend at an English country house. She has no idea that this is a European crown prince…and he enjoys these rare moments of being anonymous.

I have often told my husband that Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world. He hasn’t taken the hint yet—sadly—but my reason for wanting to go comes from reading Lucy Gordon’s books! Her own husband is Venetian and she writes about the city with such love and passion you can’t help but want to go there! And this beautiful cover with a Venetian canal in the background makes it even more enticing. In Gordon’s August romance, Not Just a Convenient convenientmarriageMarriage, we meet Sally Franklin in peril as her brother’s loan sharks are trying to track her down. Sexy single-dad Damiano rescues her and offers the deal of a lifetime—a convenient marriage that will solve her current problems but might just lead to a lot of new ones.

Once Thea and Zeke almost eloped. Now, years later, she’s about to marry Zeke’s brother Flynn (for business reasons) when Zeke returns! Thea faces a dilemma—the safe, stable, secure option of a marriage to Flynn…or taking a chance on Zeke. Can she trust him now after all they’ve been through? A Groom Worth Waiting For is a wonderfully emotional story from new British talent Sophie Pembroke. On the
cover you can see a glimpse of the beautiful Tuscan countryside where the wedding takes place!

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We’re sure you’ll enjoy this varied selection of wedding stories set all over the world!
If you could marry anywhere in the world, where would you have your wedding?

Be sure to check out the authors at these social media destinations:
https://www.facebook.com/michelle.douglas.3538
https://www.facebook.com/katehardyromanceauthor
Twitter: @katehardyauthor
https://www.facebook.com/sophie.pembroke
Twitter: @sophie_pembroke
https://www.facebook.com/authorLucyGordon

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