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ABOUT BOOK: LORD BENTLEY NEEDS A BRIDE

 

It’s late August, and the Earl of Bentley must find, persuade, and marry a titled and moneyed English lady before October 30th or he will lose his estates and finances. So, Bentley, unlearned in the Rules of Love and the intricacies of women’s psyches, confronts a ticking clock. The socially awkward Lord hires a matchmaker.

 

Lady Camilla Merriweather, eldest daughter of a viscount, must use her considerable beauty to marry a rich, titled, Englishman to save her large family from the poverty brought upon them by huge losses in the stock market. Due to a mix-up, Lady Camilla finds herself at a house party set in motion by the Earl’s matchmaker. Will a series of blunders, misadventures, and competing grooms lead to a happily-ever-after ending?

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1. Would you have liked being a Matchmaker in the 1800s?


2. Do you believe a rich Lord would have difficulty finding a bride?


3. Has there been a Matchmaker in your own life and romance?

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2. Imagine he might if he has high expectations in what he wants as a wife.

  Sounds like an interesting read. Please enter my name in the gift card and book contests.

Thanks

Julie

2. Yes, I do believe it could be hard for a rich lord to find a bride. You would have to be careful that the girl was not after your money or status.  Please enter me in the drawing. I love reading these type of books.

I think  a rich Lord would have trouble finding the right woman due to the money.

LOL, luckily I have never been a victim of matchmaking. Thanks God.

2. I don't think a rich and titled gentleman would have had any problems finding a bride, even if he had been a rake. Though some fathers would not want to give their daughter into a care of an dishonorable man, majority would have done so with no second thought.

Please, add me for the drawing of a GC and a copy of the book.

I believe a rich Lord would have a variety of women who would be trying to

become his bride but it would be hard for him to discern who would be a

real asset to his life.

My neighbor introduced me to my husband as a blind date. We have been married

47 years.

Would love to read & review your book. Have enjoy the ones I read of yours.

 Thanks for your consideration.

I don't think I would be a very good matchmaker.  I did meet my husband when we were teenagers through a friend. But there was no matchmaking.

2.  I do not think a rich Lord would have difficulty finding a bride.  At least in books, the girl's parents were always looking for a rich husband for their daughter.  However if they both need to be wealthy, there might be a problem!

2.  I do not think a rich Lord would have difficulty finding a bride.  At least in books, the girl's parents were always looking for a rich husband for their daughter.  However if they both need to be wealthy, there might be a problem!

1. No, I wouldn't enjoy being a matchmaker. I'm too much of on introvert.

2. A rich Lord might have trouble finding a bride depending on his character.

I do not feel a rich Lord would have trouble finding just any bride.  But if he is looking for his one true love, it would be extremely hard.

I would love to read this book.  Thanks!

Oh, yes. A lord  would no have trouble finding a basic match. There are many gold diggers who would willingly marry for money. Even if he were poor, there is always someone happy for the title and connections. It might not be a love match, but a marriage would happen.

Of course a rich Lord would be surrounded by bride-wannabes, but the key would be finding his one true love! :-)  

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