Rule's Bride by Kat Martin
(The Bride Trilogy)

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Unrepentant rake Rule Dewar is living the good life when a most surprising event occurs--he falls in love with his wife.

After their strategic "marriage of commerce" three years ago, Rule quite forgot about Violet Griffin, the teenage heiress to a Boston manufacturing fortune. He simply spoke his vows, took over her father's business and returned to England to resume his usual pursuits: high-priced wine, high-stakes gambling and highborn women.

Yet when Violet, now a sophisticated woman, unexpectedly appears at Rule's London town house, husbandly duties no longer seem so odious--he can't wait to take his stunning bride to their marriage bed. Violet, however, is not so easily led: she has her own ideas and is seeking an annulment to marry another. But as Rule attempts to win her over, someone else is determined to frame him for murder and keep him out of the way for good....


About Kat Martin

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Kat Martin is the New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty historical and contemporary romance novels. To date she has over 13 million copies of her books in print in seventeen countries, including Sweden, France, Russia, Spain, Japan, Argentina, Poland, and Greece. Kat and her husband, author Larry Jay Martin, live on their ranch outside Missoula, Montana, and spend winters at their beach house in California. Kat invites you to visit her website at
Published October 15, 2012 by Harlequin MIRA. 368 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Novels Alive

When his mentor, the head of Griffin Manufacturing reveals that he is dying and offers Rule half of the company in exchange for marrying his young daughter Violet, Rule reluctantly accepts.

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