Kiss the Bride by Patricia Cabot
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One lucky man would win her hand...A lady of London breeding, Emma Van Court never expected to be left widowed -- and penniless -- in the Scottish village of Faires. But when a fortune is promised if she remarries, the pretty schoolteacher finds Faires' motley assortment of eligible men scrambling for her attentions -- from the local cowherd to an obnoxious baron!One sweet kiss would seal their love...James Marbury, Earl of Denham, was urbane, sophisticated....and utterly at odds among the muddy roads and thatched roofs of Faires. He had come after hearing of his cousin Stuart's passing -- and was exasperated to find his maddening, tempestuous love for the widowed Emma was as strong as ever. With bachelors coming out of the woodwork to woo her, James sees only one solution: offer himself to her as a temporary husband...even if secretly he longs to make his "I do's" last a lifetime.

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Published January 1, 2002 by Sonnet Books. 344 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Not much is happening because both James and Emma are remembering what happened and how they felt about it - or at least how they felt about the parts of their history the reader is privy to.

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The toast of the Ton just last year, Emma Van Court married Stuart Chesterton because of his compassion and sense of community activism.

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