The Reluctant Bridegroom by Shannon Farrington
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Early in the book, there is a lot of telling instead of showing. I can understand some of it as Rebekah and Henry are thinking about their lives...The characters from the previous books are used sparingly...
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Conveniently Wed 

Marriage for any reason but love was once unthinkable to Maryland councilman Henry Nash. But when an innocent encounter with a criminal puts Henry's reputation in jeopardy, he'll make any sacrifice to maintain custody of his orphaned nieces. And an alliance with a powerful politician's daughter could secure the little girls' futures. As long as gentle Rebekah Van der Geld never hears the rumors surrounding her new groom… 

Refusing her father's choice of husband wasn't an option for dutiful Rebekah. But Henry's kindness is a happy revelation, and she's quickly falling for his adorable nieces—so she allows herself to hope this unconventional arrangement could become much more. But can it survive a shattering revelation that puts their new family in danger?
 

About Shannon Farrington

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Shannon Farrington is a former teacher with family ties to both sides of the Civil War. She and her husband have been married for nearly 20 years, have two children, and are active members in both their church and community.When Shannon isn't researching or writing, you can find her knitting, gardening or participating in living history reenactments. She and her family live in Maryland.
 
Published May 1, 2016 by Love Inspired Historicals. 284 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on May 27 2016

Early in the book, there is a lot of telling instead of showing. I can understand some of it as Rebekah and Henry are thinking about their lives...The characters from the previous books are used sparingly...

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