The Accidental Abduction (Paperback)
Berkley, 9780425265567, 336pp.
Publication Date: September 2, 2014
A headlong flight across London to stop an elopement leads to a hasty wedding between strangers....A sizzling new romance for fans of Sarah MacLean and Elizabeth Hoyt.
Harold Rayburn is about to be taken for the ride of his life…
After having his proposal rejected by a beautiful but flighty woman, Harry vows he is done with unpredictable and impetuous women for good. Until beautiful and fierce Leannah Wakefield barrels into his life, inadvertently kidnapping him while on a wild carriage ride and leaving him all too eager to get back in the saddle…
Leannah would sacrifice everything to protect her family. So upon hearing of her sister’s intended elopement, she races across London to stop the ill-advised ceremony before it can happen. However, when her mad journey picks her up an unlikely stowaway, one who ignites her desire beyond all reason, she’s the one who ends up hastily wedding a handsome and secretive stranger.
But as Leannah and Harry immediately encounter opposition, jealousy, and suspicion of their hurried nuptials, they begin to doubt that their unquenchable passion can truly lead to a happy marriage—especially when both the bride and groom have devastating secrets to hide…
~"Scintillating" --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
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Praise For The Accidental Abduction…
"A delicious twist on the familiar abduction plot...The depths of their desire and the intensity of their emotions are the highlights of their romance, which is complicated by suspicion from family and friends about their abrupt nuptials. This scintillating and multifaceted historical will leave readers eager for more." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Praise for Darcie Wilde's previous novel Lord of the Rakes
“Wilde’s strong and spicy debut reveals the vulnerability of the Regency era’s women…The allure of their sensual encounters is enhanced by the great depth of emotions revealed by these expertly crafted and unforgettable characters.”—Publishers Weekly