• The Bride Goes Rogue

  • The Fifth Avenue Rebels, Book 3
  • By: Joanna Shupe
  • Narrated by: Kit Swann
  • Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

By beloved USA Today bestselling author Joanna Shupe, the third installment in the Fifth Avenue Rebels series about an arranged engagement destined for disaster.

A hard-hearted tycoon.

A romantic dreamer.

An engagement set up to fail.

The charismatic and vivacious Katherine Delafield should be married by now. Her father arranged an engagement to the much sought-after tycoon Preston Clarke ages ago. The only problem is Preston refuses to acknowledge it. But this isn't going to stop Katherine from living life to the fullest as she ditches all silly notions of love and marriage and sets out to sample all the excitement New York City has to offer . . . the more scandalous, the better. Because no matter what happens, she and Preston will never marry. 

After a tormented childhood, Preston is done letting his father control his life—including choosing his bride. But when a mysterious lover at a masquerade turns out to be his would-be fiancée, Preston's resolve begins to crumble. He hadn't expected Katherine to be so charming. Or beautiful. Or passionate. And seeing her out on the town with other men is driving him crazy.

What happens when the wrong bride turns out to be the right woman after all?

©2022 Joanna Shupe (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Each book in the series is my new fave

Great series! Each book is my “new” fave! Definitely worth it. Joanna Shupe perfectly combines the Gilded Age with the romance genre.

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  • 05-27-22

Boring and silly

Can’t get through it. Characters are one-dimensional. Especially the angry male lead jumping to erroneous conclusions and then falling for the female lead who is upset with him. Seems like all of the Shupe books I’ve read (about three before this, I think) have the same formula. And the first bout of sex is always oral. I don’t get the good reviews.

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Another great Joanna Shupe book

Joanna Shupe delivers again on the steam with the latest book in the Fifth Ave Rebels series. Her stories are always a refreshing change from the classic historical romances. Her heroines are strong, the tension between the leads satisfying. The narrator is not my favorite for male voices but the story is so good I can overcome this issue. I anxiously await the next book! Well done!

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  • 05-31-22

Book supposedly set in 19th century but female characters are not 19th century

Characters and situations were 20th century not 19th. Not until 1880 women in offices yet secretary supposedly worked for male character’s father.