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The Earl and Countess of Banfield cordially request your attendance at the wedding for their daughter Lady Gwyn Hambly to Lord Locryn Pendarvis on the 20th day of June, 1812, at Castle Keyvnor, Bocka Morrow, Cornwall.
BEGUILED AT THE WEDDING includes:
Deb Marlowe’s Miss Penneck & the Pixie’s Poem
Miss Penneck was sublimely content when she at last realized her dream of opening a bookstore—until a handsome printer shows up, claiming the shop space is his. * Suddenly, everything is complicated. There’s a Pixie in her shop, her father is obsessed with the notion of her deceased mother returning to visit, and the handsome printer’s enemies have made her a target. * Her life is in a tangle, but a Pixie’s poem will show them all that love and connection are always the answer—and the best that life can give.
Jane Charles’ A Spirited Courtship
After a failed London courtship left James Bryant, the Earl of Somerton, and Miss Diana Vail both heartbroken from the experience, the pair finds themselves thrown together once again along the Cornish coast. The meddlesome ghosts of Castle Keyvnor are determined the dejected lovebirds are perfect for each other and will stop at nothing to ensure a happy ever after. But is this stubborn pair more than a match for their spirited matchmakers?
Virginia Heath’s Written in the Stars
Miss Cecily Grimshaw and Captain Spencer Tremayne were always destined to be soul mates. Their whirlwind romance was all going completely to plan too— until chaos intervened and ruined everything. Young, headstrong and broken hearted, Cecily and Spencer angrily went their separate ways and for five long, lonely, miserable years all seemed to be lost. Until a compelling celestial force dragged them both reluctantly to Castle Kevynor…