The Wedding Night

The Wedding Night Dear Diary Four years have passed since the utter humiliation of my wedding night But it seems like just yesterday that my husband left me before consummating our marriage So why then do I still har

  • Title: The Wedding Night
  • Author: Barbara Dawson Smith
  • ISBN: 9780312982300
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Dear Diary,Four years have passed since the utter humiliation of my wedding night But it seems like just yesterday that my husband left me before consummating our marriage So why, then, do I still harbor feelings for the selfish cad I once adored Why did my heart quicken when I finally saw him again I have my own life to lead, and my own secret, romantic novels to wriDear Diary,Four years have passed since the utter humiliation of my wedding night But it seems like just yesterday that my husband left me before consummating our marriage So why, then, do I still harbor feelings for the selfish cad I once adored Why did my heart quicken when I finally saw him again I have my own life to lead, and my own secret, romantic novels to write Samuel Firth has no place in my world.Of course, the only reason Samuel returned to England was to contest my wish for a legal separation He says he will not grant it unless I agree to play the role of his wife until his place in Society has been secured I knew he only married me for my noble name Yes, I was forced to agree to his sordid scheme But if he thinks that our bargain grants him access to my bed, then he shall be sorely disappointed In truth, it shall be quite amusing to lead him on and then spurn him as he once spurned me From the private diary of Lady Cassandra Firth

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    About " Barbara Dawson Smith "

  • Barbara Dawson Smith

    From barbaradawsonsmith bioA member of Romance Writers of America since 1981, Barbara Dawson Smith sold her first historical romance two weeks after sending it to a publisher Her books have won the Golden Heart Award from RWA, and Best Historical Romantic Suspense and Best Regency Historical from Romantic Times She has been a finalist for the National Readers Choice Award, Romance of the Year by Affaire de Coeur magazine, the Golden Quill, and the Booksellers Best Award She has also been a five time finalist for the prestigious RITA Award, and realized a lifetime dream in 2002 when she won the award for TEMPT ME TWICE Barbara also writes romance as Olivia Drake.Barbara lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband, two daughters, two cats, and who knows how many neighbor children running up and down the stairs When she s not finishing a chapter or teaching a seminar on writing, she enjoys browsing in her collection of over a thousand research books.

  • 471 Comments

  • I'm glad that my experience with Once Upon A Scandal does not prevent me from reading this book. I have to say that this is a good book. Unlike "Once Upon a Scandal", I feel like the plot is solid. Maybe not that spectacular, but to me everything is in the right portion. This book makes me want to read the rest of the Kenyon/Rosebuds series :)Minor complaint for the large age gap between the hero (35-ish) and the heroine (19-20).



  • This is the 5th book in the series. It shows (A Kenyon Family novel), but it is also a 'Rosebuds' novel. I have to say that Ms. Smith saved the best for last. She deviated somewhat from the formula, but the bones were still there. (The Rosebuds didn't get to participate in solving the underlying mystery.) Of course, this was the 'happily ever after' for all five of the books. I recommend the series, but it is best you have them all at hand. Then, it like reading one big novel, because there are [...]


  • In this book it is four years after Samuel Firth's wedding night and he has come back home to confront his wife about a deed of separation. Little does he expect but his wife is no where near what thought she would have grown up to be. Lots of secrets and Firth's deep hatred of his birth father's family.


  • I loved the hero, the grandmother and the brothers i now see that I have read this out of order. i did not notice, nor would you have to read them in order but i am going to buy the ones i do not have and read them all in a row. Great book heroine i warmed too but she was at times aggravating.


  • I had to struggle to finish this. The writing was good, the characters likeable, but the lack of communication and long-held grievances by both heroine & hero were annoying. Something about this book kept me from really liking it!



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