A Summer to Remember

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Dell, 2003 - Fiction - 361 pages
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“Matchless storyteller”(Romantic Times) Mary Balogh weaves a tantalizing web of wit and seduction in her new novel—an irresistible tale of two unlikely lovers and one unforgettable summer.

Kit Butler is cool, dangerous, one of London’s mostinfamous bachelors—marriage is the last thing on his mind. But Kit’s family has other plans. Desperate to thwart his father’s matchmaking, Kit needs a bride...fast. Enter Miss Lauren Edgeworth.

A year after being abandoned at the altar, Lauren has determined that marriage is not for her. When these two fiercely independent souls meet, sparks fly—and a deal is hatched. Lauren will masquerade as Kit’s intended if he agrees to provide a passionate, adventurous, unforgettable summer. When summer ends, she will break off the engagement, rendering herself unmarriageable and leaving them both free. Everything is going perfectly—until Kit does the unthinkable: He begins to fall in love. A summer to remember is not enough for him. But how can he convince Lauren to be his...for better, for worse, for the rest of their lives?

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Review: A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels #2)

User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

Mary Balogh's books often bring tears, and this is no exception. The romance of Lauren and Kit is a sham - except it isn't. Lauren, the bride whose wedding was called off at the alter in "One Night ... Read full review

Review: A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels #2)

User Review  - Reena - Goodreads

Definitely Loved this book. A rakish rogue with hero qualities helping a girl find her inner adventure. A lot of family drama. The romance is great because they help each other as friends before it blossoms into sizzling intimacy. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Bestselling, multi-award-winning author Mary Balogh grew up in Wales, land of sea and mountains, song and legend. She brought music and a vivid imagination with her when she came to Canada to teach. Here she began a second career as a writer of books that always end happily and always celebrate the power of love. There are over three million copies of her Regency romances and historical romances in print. She is also the author of the Regency-era romantic novels No Man’s Mistress and More than a Mistress, both available in paperback from Dell.

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