Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Review: The Wife Campaign by Regina Scott


About the book:
Three Candidates. One Perfect Bride. 

Whitfield Calder, Earl of Danning, would much rather spend a fortnight tending to his estate than entertaining three eligible young ladies. But when his valet insists that marriage is an earl's duty, Whit agrees to the house party. He has no intention of actually proposing to anyone…until flame-haired Ruby Hollingsford declares she'd never accept him anyway.

Ruby has been tricked into attending this charade, but she certainly won't compete for the earl's attentions. Yet, Whit isn't the selfish aristocrat she envisioned. And with a little trust, two weeks may prove ample time for an unlikely couple to fall headlong into love.

The Master Matchmakers: Wedding bells will ring when downstairs servants play Cupid for upstairs aristocracy

My rating:
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My thoughts:

The Wife Campaign is book two in Regina Scott's "The Master Matchmakers" series and I really liked it! I thought the concept was very interesting: Whitfield's valet throws a house party with the intent that Whit will find his future wife, all without Whit knowing his valet is doing so -- until the guests arrive.

The characters were good. I liked Ruby's spunk and how she wasn't afraid to speak her mind. The romance was sweet and I also liked the danger/suspense that was in The Wife Campaign.

Overall, a really good book. I recommend it to fans of historical romance novels. The Wife Campaign left me eager to start the next "Master Matchmakers" book, The Husband Campaign - which released this month.

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1 comments:

  1. This books sounds like it would be fun to read. The cover is beautiful
    Would love to win it.
    oh.hellp.hiya@gmail.com

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