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Seduction has never been enticing than in this third novel of Nicole Jordan's enthralling trilogy The Courtship Wars Spirited beauty Lilian Loring believes that love is too risky a venture and that marriage is best avoided entirely–even if her unwanted suitor comes as deliciously packaged as Heath Griff. Of the three books in the series this was my favorite The characters weaknesses became their strengths I absolutely loved Heath Griffin s character

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To Seduce a Bride Courtship Wars #3

Bold pursuit Heath discovers his enchanting spitfire cheerfully instructing the demimonde in the art of deportment Now the thrill of the chase is exceeded only by his powerful need to possess Lily as his bride For Heath victory in their game of passion means nothing less than winning Lily’s elusive hea. Interesting how little really happens in this story and how on the whole it nonetheless remains a fun read At one point in the middle I did get a bit tired of hearing Lily rant on about never marrying but Heath is uite the charming one and the writing is enjoyable

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In the Maruess of Claybourne The charismatic rogue has never met a woman who can discourage his advances and after a show of resolve Lily too melts under Heath’s sensuous kisses Perhaps that is why she decides to hide out in the last place a gentleman would look for a lady a house of scandalous reputeIn. This last and best of the Courtship Trilogy was well worth my time Based on past issues in her life spirited beauty Lily Loring is dead set against courtship and marriage It is up to Heath Griffin Maruess of Claybourne to woo her and change her mind


10 thoughts on “To Seduce a Bride Courtship Wars #3

  1. says:

    Lilian Loring the youngest of the three Loring sisters is so set against marriage that she doesn't mind telling everyone so She'd rather spend her days with her dearest friend Fanny Irwin who is a renowned Cyprian Of cour

  2. says:

    Of the three books in the series this was my favorite The characters weaknesses became their strengths I absolutely loved Heath Griffin's character

  3. says:

    Here is the story in a nutshellMarry Me No Marry Me No Marry Me No Marry Me NO Okay I don't want to marry you I want to marry you now The End

  4. says:

    The final story in this trilogy Our heroine wants nothing to do with a husband as she has issues from her parents' unhappy union Once our her

  5. says:

    I am not sure I liked this one as much as the others And I now have to hope that she is moving two of the secondary characters on to a book of their own? Those were the only two characters that she didn't clear up by the end of the series I would have liked to see them either together or connected to someone else Overall though I thought it was a good series Easy to read but on the whole it became a bit redundant and you could have easil

  6. says:

    This last and best of the Courtship Trilogy was well worth my time Based on past issues in her life spirited beauty Lily Loring is d

  7. says:

    Interesting how little really happens in this story and how on the whole it nonetheless remains a fun read At one point in the middle I did get a bit tired of hearing Lily rant on about never marrying but Heath is uite the charming one and the writing is enjoyable

  8. says:

    I seriously almost never gave a book I read a 2 star because I'm too polite for that and I seriously admire people who could write an entire book and finish it of course But this time I really couldn't help itI didn't like Lily in the first book I didn't like her in the second book and I totally hate her in the third book She's just so callous rude and just so unappealing I couldn't understand why Nicole Jordan the autho

  9. says:

    In a nutshell the story goes like thisHero Marry meHeroine No never I hate marriageHero I'll make you change your mindHeroine Never But you're kind of hot I guess Let's just have an affairHero So will you marry me now?Heroine NopeHero Fine I give up I don't want to marry youHeroine Wait I mean yes I'll marry youHero Ok The plot was pretty much an exact copy of the first book To Pleasure a Lady with the same stupid bet

  10. says:

    While I enjoyed this book by the end I was ready for it to be over The hero is a rake who is initially intrigued by the heroine a young woman who craves independence and doesn't want to marry because her parents union was traumatic I get it However the strike a bargain and a challenge begins The courtship was fun but at times frustrating The heroine is stubborn and the hero determined Then it flips and the hero