The Fairy Tale Bride by Kelly McClymer
(Once Upon a Wedding)

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The denouement is clever enough, but there is an over-reliance on coincidence. Whether or not the problems in this book will diminish in its sequel, about Miranda's impulsive brother Valentine, remains to be seen (and read).
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"...filled with original, fresh characters, the necessary bad guy, an overbearing mother-in-law and love thwarted and restored.” — Savannah
"The uncertainty of what we'll happen next, the lies, the deceit all make this a book you don't want to put down." ~ Eileen

Miranda Fenster was known as the Fairy Tale Miss during the one disastrous London season that convinced her she would never have a happily-ever-after. But when her brother's elopement is thwarted by the stubbornly proper Duke of Kerstone, Miranda sets off to convince the duke to champion her brother's cause for love. Unfortunately, he is too proper to consider love, or any matters of the heart, a suitable reason for marriage, and too proper not to marry Miranda when they find themselves compromised. Now, Miranda is an unexpected duchess caught up in a marriage-of-convenience with a man she has loved from afar. The new duchess is sure of only one thing: she has a second chance for happily-ever-after, if she can uncover her new husband's darkest secret, and make him believe that fairytale endings can be real.

 

About Kelly McClymer

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Kelly McClymer fell in love with Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White as a child. Her most prized possession is her copy of The Complete Tales of the Brothers Grimm. These are the stories which gripped our ancestors as they huddled around the fire at night, which taught countless children to persevere through hardship and succeed against the odds. Her favorite fairytale remains "The Six Swans" -- where a young sister must not speak a word for six years in order to save her brothers from their stepmother's evil spell.
 
Published September 7, 2010 by Kelly McClymer Books. 320 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Linda Hurst on Jun 27 2015

The denouement is clever enough, but there is an over-reliance on coincidence. Whether or not the problems in this book will diminish in its sequel, about Miranda's impulsive brother Valentine, remains to be seen (and read).

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