|Now available as audio book
With His Ring (narrated by British
actress Rosalind Ashford) is now available in
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Finalist Best Historical
(Texas Gold Romance Award)
Glee Pembroke has turned down countless offers of marriage because
she has secretly been in love with her brother's best friend,
Gregory Blankenship, all her life. When she learns Gregory will lose
his considerable fortune if he's not wed by his twenty-fifth
birthday, she persuades him to enter into a sham marriage with her.
What he doesn't know is that she plans to win his heart. She will do
everything in her power to make him happy – including mimicking the
ways of a "fast" woman since he's noted for alliances with women of
Why did he ever allow himself to marry the maddening Glee? He'd
thought they would have great fun, but at every turn, she
exasperates him. Why does she persist in wearing the bodice of her
dresses so blasted low? Why do other men persist in flirting with
her, his wife? And why in the blazes has his heretofore complacent
life been turned upside down by this sham marriage? He finds himself
longing for a real marriage, but for reasons he cannot divulge, that
can never happen.
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"Cheryl Bolen does it
At the tender age of 19,
Glee Pembroke, sister of Viscont Sedgewick, feels she is on the shelf.
And why not, when the man she loves thinks of her as a sister?
Blankenship, or Blanks to his friends, has an aversion to marriage.
But the death of his father turns his world upside down. Either
he marries or loses his inheritance to his likable half-brother.
advice only gets Blanks into more trouble, and with Glee of all
people! Placed in a compromising position by his dear friend Glee,
Blanks is at first angry, then relieved.
A marriage of convenience could solve his problems.
But Glee’s cinnamon-red hair and emerald-green eyes may not
be so convenient for Blanks after all.
Cheryl Bolen does it
again! This is the second book in Bolen’s Brides of Bath series.
There is laughter, and the interaction of the characters pulls you
right into the book. I
look forward to the next in this series.
Times, 4 STARS
His Ring has plenty of sensuality,
a villain that will make your skin crawl, and a voluptuous
Pembroke has her sights set on the man of her dreams, Gregory
Blankenship, one of Bath’s most sought-after bachelors.
The problem is Blanks has been running from the altar almost
since the day he was born, thanks to memories haunting him from a
troubled childhood. Content to squander his money on gambling and loose women,
Blanks has no desire to change his free-wheeling ways until his
father dies and leaves him control of his sizeable estate.
There’s just one catch.
Blanks must marry by his 25th birthday--less than
a year away--or lose it all to his younger brother.
Glee happily offers to become his bride, content to get him
any way she can, even if only through a marriage of convenience.
Blanks, however, is too honorable to allow her to enter a
loveless marriage just to spare his fortune, so Glee resorts to
trickery to wed him by the deadline stipulated in his father’s
will. But getting
Blanks to the altar is nothing compared to the difficult task Glee
has ahead—winning her husband’s heart.
If you liked
Cheryl Bolen’s first installment in her Brides of Bath series set
in Regency England, you’ll like this one.
Glee is the younger sister of Felicity, the heroine of
Cheryl’s January release, The Bride Wore Blue.
As usual, Cheryl gives her readers a realistic stroll through
the period and an indomitable heroine to root for—one who is not
above sacrificing her dignity for the man she loves.
The reader’s heart will go out to Blanks, a sensitive hero,
who finds himself strongly attracted to his beautiful wife but who
fears the consequences should they actually fall in love.
Cheryl admits Glee is her favorite heroine in the series,
which now includes a fourth installment set for release in May 2003.
With His Ring has plenty of sensuality, a villain that
will make your skin crawl, and a voluptuous rival for Glee who
becomes the heroine of the third Brides of Bath book, The Fallen
Woman, due out in August—sure to be a steamy read for a steamy
month. Even if you’re
not a Regency fan, check these books out.