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Late for the Wedding (Lake & March #3)

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New York Times bestselling author Amanda Quick returns with a thrilling new venture into romance and mystery, featuring the most unusual, highly compatible--undeniably combustible--pairing of Tobias March and his mesmerizing partner, Lavinia Lake.

An invitation to a country house party at Beaumont Castle provides a perfect solution to Tobias and Lavinia's most exasperating
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Hardcover, 336 pages
Published April 29th 2003 by Bantam Books (first published December 20th 2002)
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Kathi Sharp
Mar 23, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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The only thing I didn't like about this book is that it's the last one in the Lake & March series. Lavinia & Tobias are the most entertaining sleuth duo since Maddie Hayes and David Addison. The murder mystery is complicated and engrossing. The secondary couples, Anthony and Emeline, and Lady Dove and Lord Vale, serve to move the plot along in substantial ways but are also interesting couples in their own right. The addition of Dominic Hood seemed excessive at first but his conflict with ...more
Heidi
Wasn't sure how I'd feel about following the same hero & heroine through three books, but this trilogy worked. I liked each book better than the last! :)

Book 1 - Slightly Shady
Book 2 - Don't Look Back
*be sure to read in order*
Maria
The third and last in the Lavinia Lake/Tobias March series, this one is perhaps my favorite of the three, although they are all terrific. The plot line has the novelty of the four private investigators (helped by their two higher-born friends) pursuing an early version of a "hit man". By now, the characters seem like old friends. Lord Vale and Joan Dove are back, Anthony and Emeline develop further as characters, and Priscilla gets a bigger part (very minor role in the first two). She is joined ...more
Carrie
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Grade B

I've enjoyed all three of the Lavinia Lake, Tobias March books, but this is definitely my favorite. The suspense plot was good, with interesting twists. I knew something odd was going on, but couldn't figure out the timing. The ending was interesting and satisfying. While I could have done without the slightly paranormal parts of the books, overall I enjoyed the characters in all three, and in this one especially. I felt
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Kusanagi
Feb 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Bon ben j'ai fini les 3... j'ai dévoré les 3 .... ok ça se lit vite, parce que c'est frais, c'est mignon sans être gnagnan....♥ Parce Lavinia et Tobias sont ♥♥♥ Et que les filles de ces livres ne se laissent pas marcher sur les pieds (même celles qui sont toutes mimi).

Que j'adore les échanges entre les héros et entre les autres aussi... c'était parfait pour mettre du soleil dans les lectures ♥
Vicki
Sweet and in keeping with the rest of the series. I thought the Emiline/Anthony story would get wrapped up more neatly, but I was impressed with the misdirection away from the killer for most of the book. I knew it was her, but the book kept insisting it wasn't just long enough for me to doubt my read on the situation.
Jody
Feb 17, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I bought this book at a resale shop, not realizing it was number 3 in the series. This historical fiction was a very smooth read and was not hindered at all by the fact that I had not read books 1 & 2, Slightyly Shady and Don't Look Back. I will definitely read them. This is the story of Tobias March and Laviavia set in Great Britain. They try to get away from London for a tryst at a castle. This is apparently very common and somewhat sanctioned and acceptable for the widowed. They unfortuna ...more
Floripiquita
Me hace mucha gracia la pareja de detectives formada por Tobías y Lavinia
Stacie  M. Ritchie
This is the third Lake/March book by Amanda Quick. The two have realized their feelings for each other and must work to find time together. When they are invited to a house party, the$y believe that everything will be great. Lavinia finds a woman with her arms around Tobias, and becomes disgruntled. They witness a murder and are kicked out of the party. They come back to London on the hunt for a killer. Tobias’s past comes back to haunt him, and he tries to keep Lavinia out of the case. Anthony ...more
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Jayne Ann Krentz ...: Late for the Wedding (2003) Book 3 1 2 Sep 27, 2012 11:41AM  
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Pseudonym of Jayne Ann Krentz

The author of over 40 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic-suspense, often with a psychic and paranormal twist, in three different worlds: Contemporary (as Jayne Ann Krentz), historical (as Amanda Quick) and futuristic (as Jayne Castle). There are over 30 million copies of her books in print.

She earned a B.A. in History from the Uni
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Other Books in the Series

Lake & March (3 books)
  • Slightly Shady (Lake/March, #1)
  • Don't Look Back (Lake/March, # 2)