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Someone to Wed

Someone to Wed

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CHERYL HOLT delivers the third and final novel in her thrilling and delightful Lost Girls trilogy…

Joanna James had a brief moment of notoriety at age four when she survived a shipwreck in the Caribbean. She was returned to England and raised quietly in the country by a doting auntie. She’s descended from an ancient line of wise women, so she’s very different from other young ladies. She has the sight, and she can cast spells and brew potions, but she’s cautious with her peculiar gifts and hides them from her rural neighbors who don’t always understand her odd talents.

Captain Jacob Ralston works hard to be boring and ordinary. After learning at age ten that his notorious father was a bigamist and liar, he swore he’d grow up to be the most moral man in the kingdom. He would never rock a boat or raise a brow. After a stellar career in the navy, he’s determined to retire to the country, marry the fiancée his mother picked for him, and force himself to be content.

When he crosses paths with peculiar, fascinating Joanna, he’s instantly bowled over. She’s beautiful, intriguing, and not like any woman he’s ever met. He can’t imagine how he would ever bind himself, but Fate and destiny have other plans for him, and Joanna just might be the one woman who can make him happy forever…

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Lost forever…finally found…

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“[This trilogy] is a bit of genius. I was completely entertained and fascinated by the way Cheryl has plotted this out.” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

“There is romance, to be sure! There is also danger, betrayal, heartbreak, and unspeakable happiness!” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

“I loved the story and really enjoyed the heroine, Joanna.  I loved…how serene she stayed on the outside even when she was upset or hurt by the words spoken to her.  She did not let it show outwardly.  She was a very interesting character, and I loved how [the hero] Jacob felt he could tell her anything, and that he did not cringe from or judge her for her abilities. Maybe that came from his being in the Navy and having seen different people all over the world.

Jacob was a bit arrogant, but then most guys of higher rank were.  I like how he had this unexplainable force drawing him to Joanna, but then he came to think it was his [deceased] father doing so.  The villains, Roxanne and Kit, were not as dastardly as some of your villians, but I loved seeing how they got their just desserts in the end.

I loved this book and the trilogy, and can’t wait to read about the next crop of characters you give us.”

Susan…


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“[This trilogy] is a bit of genius. I was completely entertained and fascinated by the way Cheryl has plotted this out.” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

“There is romance, to be sure! There is also danger, betrayal, heartbreak, and unspeakable happiness!” ~ Georgina, The Reading Cafe

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“I loved the story and really enjoyed the heroine, Joanna.  I loved…how serene she stayed on the outside even when she was upset or hurt by the words spoken to her.  She did not let it show outwardly.  She was a very interesting character, and I loved how [the hero] Jacob felt he could tell her anything, and that he did not cringe from or judge her for her abilities. Maybe that came from his being in the Navy and having seen different people all over the world.

Jacob was a bit arrogant, but then most guys of higher rank were.  I like how he had this unexplainable force drawing him to Joanna, but then he came to think it was his [deceased] father doing so.  The villains, Roxanne and Kit, were not as dastardly as some of your villians, but I loved seeing how they got their just desserts in the end.

I loved this book and the trilogy, and can’t wait to read about the next crop of characters you give us.”

Susan…


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