Royal Bridesmaids by Stephanie Laurens, Gaelen Foley, and Loretta Chase Review

Royal Bridesmaids is an anthology collection including A Return Engagement by Stephanie Laurens, The Impostor Bride by Gaelen Foley, Lord Lovedon’s Duel by Loretta Chase.

A Return Engagement has Lady Nell Daughtery escorting her sister to marry the Prince of Lautenberg, little does Nell know that not only will she have to assist her sister to the alter, she will have to deal with the one man who got away. The Imposter Bride Lady Minerva has escorted the spoiled Princess to marry Prince Tor in an attempt to end a decades long war but when the bride disappears Lady Minerva is left to save both countries from erupting into war again. Lord Lovedon’s Duel  Chloe and her sister, the bride, overhear the Earl of Lovedon stating that the marriage is a match made in money, Chloe does what any family member would do and challenges the Earl to a duel.

Royal Bridesmaids is a cute collection of short stories revolving around the bridesmaids to the royal brides. The collection is a quick read (I finished it in one afternoon).  The Imposter Bride was an unexpected historical novel (not your traditional English story) and Lord Lovedon’s Duel  was entertainingly humorous, I enjoyed all three stories. The novel is worth a read so I gave it 3 stars but not something you should drop everything to run out and purchase. The page length listed is misleading, the collection has a sneak peak of all three authors next releases so the stories themselves take up much less than the stated page length. Right now the listed price for the ebook is $1.99 and I feel like the anthology is worth the price but I probably wouldn’t pay a whole lot more than that, given the length of the actual stories. Like I said, worth a read for the cute stories.



Title: Royal Bridesmaids

Author: Stephanie Laurens, Gaelen Foley and Loretta Chase

Format: eBook

Page Nos.: 304


Publisher: Avon Impulse

Release Date: July 2012

Available for purchase: Amazon

Reviewer: Jessica


**I received a copy of this book from the publisher but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.

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One Reply to “Royal Bridesmaids by Stephanie Laurens, Gaelen Foley, and Loretta Chase Review”

  1. Oh my goodness, those pistols are amazing!!! I could hardly believe how good they still sound after so many years!! So neat 🙂

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