The Perfect Bride by Kerry Connor
(Sutton Hall Weddings)

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In the end, while the book tries to juggle the romance and the mystery, the mystery fades a bit as the villain becomes a bit obvious.
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SOMETHING OLD. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING BORROWED. SOMEONE DEAD...

Adam Sutton's instinct for trouble failed him once before--and nearly destroyed his sister's life. He'll do anything to make amends, even helping her turn their family's mansion into a successful destination-wedding business. But when Jillian Jones suddenly arrives at Sutton Hall, this brooding businessman suspects the bride-to-be isn't what she seems. She's asking too many "innocent" questions about the Hall's tragic history and the mysterious death of its first paying bride. She's defying his orders to leave, even as strange accidents threaten her. And her fiery determination is making it impossible for Adam to resist getting dangerously close.  Now their only chance to survive means gambling on an all-too-fragile trust--even as someone in the darkest shadows prepares to dress another Sutton Hall bride in black...
 

About Kerry Connor

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A lifelong mystery reader, Kerry Connor first discovered romantic suspense by reading Harlequin Intrigue books and is thrilled to be writing for the line. Kerry lives and writes in New York.
 
Published May 1, 2013 by Harlequin Intrigue. 220 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on May 22 2013

In the end, while the book tries to juggle the romance and the mystery, the mystery fades a bit as the villain becomes a bit obvious.

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