"A delightful historical romance"
In 1830, Lady Elizabeth Everley feels right at home in
a science lab, but place her amidst the gala of the Ton and
the reticent aristocrat feels like a fish out of water
though this is her second season. To make matters more
heart wrenching, her sibling Catherine is the life of the
party. Based on their personalities, no one would believe
these are sisters.
Marquess John Vernon looks forward to leaving his
responsibilities (that he inherited as a young man when his
father died) behind to see the world. On the other hand,
his brother, Richard, who was once quite a rake, wants to
overcome his reputation through hard work and by marrying
the right woman. When John, Richard, Elizabeth, and
Catherine meet, attraction seems everywhere. However,
Richard's secret if revealed will bring scandal and destroy
any happiness the foursome might attain once they filter
out which brother and sister belong together.
WEDDING OF THE YEAR is an amusing historical romance
starring four warm distinctively different lead
characters. The support cast adds mirth with their
matchmaking efforts. Though a "special" ghost adds little
except for a bit of extra hilarity, Victoria Malvey
provides her audience with a humorous tale with a pinch of
suspense to round out this wonderful tale.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 5, 2001