• The Next Best Bride

  • Once Upon a Wedding
  • By: Kelly McClymer
  • Narrated by: Arielle Lipshaw
  • Length: 8 hrs and 56 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Rand Mallon, Earl of Dalby, is an unrepentant rake in need of an heir and two weeks away from his wedding day when his fianceé informs him that she intends to jilt him. Desperate, he is willing to consider her twin sister as his next-best option. Helena Fenster has her reasons for agreeing to her twin sister's audacious plan to switch places. The earl has made it clear he doesn't care which twin goes to the altar with him, and plans to allow his wife her freedom once he has his heir. Unfortunately, the plan get complicated when love begins to blossom in two unwilling hearts.

©2011 Kelly McClymer (P)2013 Kelly McClymer

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Rogue without a pause

The heat was definitely there, but I did think it was a story with a lot of darkness and a wee bit shy of enough happily ever after. The rogue just would not stop until many chapters in and this grew weary. The ending was abrupt I thought. The evil doer could of used a few more hanging lines. Still, overall it was engaging and entertaining. Wonderful writing from the author made for a pleasant flowing spicy romantic tale.