“Wager For A Wife”

Published by Covenant Communications Dec 2018

A little over 2 years ago I discovered Net Galley and I used my own personal account for posting the book review. The first book I reviewed on social media from Net Galley was “Wager For A Wife” by Karen Tuft. It took me until the 10th book review to realize that maybe I should start my own instagram for book reviews and bookish things. That happened exactly 2 years ago on June 29, 2019.

I really didn’t think many people would care to read what I wrote but I’ve found some many friends, I love ALL the memes and my tbr is even longer. Plus getting to know authors more and finding new ones – it’s an amazing space!

I love this book, it’s so fun. An arranged marriage/complete opposites story- a quiet and brooding hero, a young lady on the verge of her own engagement when she learns she’s betrothed to someone else by way of IOU. Say what? You know you have to read this story and see how it ends!

Book description:

William Barlow’s life has been forever altered: his estranged father is dead, and William has inherited the title of Viscount Farleigh. Along with the title comes a neglected estate, an enormous amount of gambling debt, and one astounding acquisition that will turn William’s world upside down . . .

It is her first London Season, and Lady Louisa Hargreaves could not be more pleased. She has attracted the attention of the Earl of Kerridge, and the two are on the cusp of an official betrothal. That is, until she learns of a generations-old family debt: her grandfather gambled her hand in marriage and lost, and now Louisa must pay the price. She will marry not the earl but a man she just met, who has taken her freedom in one fell swoop. Even as she struggles to understand the handsome and aloof man she is to wed, Louisa is irresistibly drawn to him—and he to her. But she soon realizes he is harboring secrets, and as her wedding day approaches, she must discover what her future husband is hiding before she makes the gravest mistake of her life.

By Leslie_G

I love books and anything bookish!

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