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The Perfect Bride (Sutton Hall Weddings #1)

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Adam Sutton's instinct for trouble failed him once before--and nearly destroyed his sister's life. He'll do anything to make amends, even helping her turn their family's mansion into a successful destination-wedding business. But when Jillian Jones suddenly arrives at Sutton Hall, this brooding businessman su...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 23rd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Paula Legate
I really liked the way the author set this story up, and the way she introduced each character.
Courtney Miller wanted the perfect fairy tale wedding. She just knew the wedding would be perfect. She had spent the week at Sutton hall, the stately nineteenth-century estate in the mountains of Vermont. Instead of getting married, she had died in that mansion.

Jillian Jones wanted answers. She did not believe Courtney’s death was an accident. She went under cover, and pretended to be a bride to be....more
short book, good read!
I finsihed this book in an evening...the storyline picks right up and moves have a bride dropping to her death, secret passages, storms, and a good looking castle keeper! what more could you ask for!
a really good read for a beach day!
Debbie Heaton
In Connor’s romantic suspense novel, Adam Sutton would do anything for his sister and to satisfy her, he willingly turns the family mansion into a wedding business. Unfortunately, the first bride-to-be winds up dead and soon Jillian Jones pays a visit “claiming” she wants to be married in Sutton Hall. But Adam’s instincts are strong and he is instantly suspicious of the attractive bride-to-be and her numerous questions about the tragic history of the homestead. As “accidents” begin to plague Jil...more
Liz Mulherin
This was a good book a little slow at times but good.
Maureen Hubley
This looks like the beginning of a good series especially since it is based in Vermont. My currant home state.
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Miniseries: Sutton Hall Weddings
Category: Suspense
Harlequin Books
Miniseries: Sutton Hall Weddings
Category: Suspense
Good story. Looking forward to the next book.
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