|Publisher: Avon/Harper Collins
Date: July 27, 2004
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|Reviewer: Barbara Buhrer
Brighter Than the Sun
the Earl of Billington, must marry before his 30th birthday or he
will lose his inheritance.
To escape the insufferable
fiancé selected by her father, Eleanor Lyndon needs a new
The two find a solution to
their mutual problems by agreeing to wed in a platonic marriage
of convenience. Eventually to their surprise and delight they find
themselves attracted to each other and the marriage of convenience
threatens to become anything but. Their path though is threatened
with misunderstandings, deceit, calamity and peril. Charles' cousin,
Cecil, will stop at nothing, even murder, to gain the title and
fortune, placing Charles' life at risk.
This light hearted romance
with the developing love of Eleanor and Charles is believable. The
plot is well constructed with witty dialogue, humorous situations,
and a few funny characters. The heroine is refreshing; the hero
An excellent book to pick
up to ease the tensions of life....