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Wedding Night with the Earl

(The Heirs' Club of Scoundrels #3)

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3.74  ·  Rating details ·  547 ratings  ·  125 reviews
A stubborn nobleman and a willful young woman are at the heart of bestselling author Amelia Grey’s newest love story.

HE THINKS LOVE IS MUCH ADO.
Adam Greyhawke is through with marriage. After losing his wife at a young age, he’s more interested in carousing and gambling at the Heirs’ Club than taking another trip to the altar. When his obligations as the Earl of Greyhawke t
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ebook, 336 pages
Published March 1st 2016 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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XxTainaxX Curvy and Nerdy
So glad to be out of the historical funk. This one is definitely a winner. Katherine and Adam share a great connection. Their witty banter and challenging exchanges really build that sensual tension. Everyone seems to coddle Katherine but Adam pushes her to do more than she thinks herself capable of. Adam lost a wife and child and is reluctant in pursuing Katherine due to that fear. Yet he can't seem to keep his hands off of her. Their encounters are sexy as hell. Katherine has promised her uncl ...more
Esther
Netgalley for an honest review.

Rating between 3.75 and a 4.0

This was a cute and sweet read.

Adam lost both his wife and child during chidbirth and feels responsible. It has left him full of guilt and a determination to never marry or have children again. Adam is a large man and the difficulty of the birthing was due to the child's size (hence him feeling responsible) and his wife screaming for three days that it was all his fault. He left London right after and hasn't returned in two years. But
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Samantha
Feb 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 you can believe in love stars. Adam and Katharine spark one another's interest upon their first meeting which then leads to an unplanned game of sorts between them. They can't help their desire and interest towards one another and test the rules of society constantly. While Adam vowed to never marry or fall in love again, he can't help the feelings Katharine awakens in him. While Katharine realizes Adam doesn't want to get married, she can't help the feelings she develops for him.

Adam has lov
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
Enjoyable, but a bit too bland for me. It needed more conflict to give it more impact. If you've read a lot of Regency romance, you might find something missing here.

Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.
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Sonya Heaney
Originally posted HERE .

Despite the mildly sleazy title, this is no porn-fest. Wedding Night With the Earl is your standard Regency romance, complete with language issues! I thought the beginning was strong and it definitely hooked me. However, I found the 30% of the book that came after (devoted to one evening where hero and heroine meet) to drag a little.

There is nothing objectionable here, and while children in books like these can sometimes be irritating, I liked the addition of the littl
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Sissy's Romance Book Review
I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.
This is book three in the "The Heirs' Club of Scoundrels" Trilogy.
Adam Greyhawke has lost his wife to childbirth and he hasn't gotten over it. He feels guilt in the fact that he thinks because he is big in size that the child was to big for the delivery. His wife had raised her voice and condemned him while dying. Now his friends has started getting married and having kids.. Adam is still against marriage aga
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Dorine
Apr 13, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of unusual heroines plus beauty and the beast theme
Easily read as a standalone, this unusual story immediately grabbed my attention with a handicapped heroine and an orphaned child. A lovely Regency romance with captivating characters.

For more reviews, plus travel, garden and food topics with photos, visit The Zest Quest, my pursuit of a zestful life.

Adam becomes the eighth Earl of Greyhawke when his cousin unexpectedly dies of consumption. After spending two years in seclusion after his wife Annie died during childbirth, Adam tries to get out o
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Cynthia
3.5 stars;

So I'm a little unsure why this is called Wedding Night with the Earl (since this doesn't really happen until waaaaay later) but it was a very cute, fluffy read.
It would be the best thing for both of them if he turned away so they wouldn't meet. Now. But Adam still had just enough rogue in him not to want to do what was right but to do what he wanted.

I really like both Adam and Katherine. Adam is a bit of a brooding hero, determined never to marry again since the death of his wife duri
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Blodeuedd Finland
Men! *hits Adam over the head with an umbrella*
I get it, but still *hits him over the head again with a slightly broken umbrella*
Just one more for the road *hits him over the head with a broken umbrella*

Adam mourns his wife, who died in childbirth. I get it, and you have the right to mourn, and you have mourned. That was not the problem. The problem was his "I will never marry again cos my new wife will die too." Oh Adam, sweetie, no. That just makes me sad. He wants to go through life alone, I
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Amanda Richardson
I really, really liked “Wedding Night with the Earl”. This was such a sweet story. Adam is still devastated that his wife and unborn child died in childbirth two years ago. He has decided that he will never remarry and will never put a woman through the pain and possible death that childbirth brings. He finds out that he is the new Earl of Greyhawke and also the guardian of a five year old boy. He reluctantly decides to take care of the estates so that he can leave them in good shape to his heir ...more
Jaci
Mar 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the first Amelia Grey book that I have read and reviewed. It is a story about a man who lost his first wife and child in childbirth and has vowed never to remarry and have children. Then he meets the young woman of his dreams and cannot seem to stay away from her. She is a beautiful young woman who was injured when she was a child in a carriage accident that takes the life of her whole family.

She lives with her uncles and aunt who love her but are overprotective of her lingering injury a
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eyes.2c
Feb 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Unusual! Heartwarming!

Adam Greyhawke closed down completely when his beloved wife Annie died in childbirth.
When he unwillingly becomes the Earl of Greyhawke, he finds, much to his disgust, that not only can he not reject the earlship but that he has a ready made heir to go along with it.
Forced to go to London to attend to details about his inheritance he is stunned by a beautiful young woman across a crowded ballroom.
When Miss Katharine Wright, injured in a carriage accident when young, is confr
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Julie
Feb 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: regency, romance
This was an entertaining story. Katherine had lost her family at an young age in a carriage accident and has been living with relatives ever since. It's now her third year on the marriage mart and she has had any acceptable offers as yet. Adam is a widower, he lost his wife in childbirth and has vowed to never remarry and forced to suffer that kind of loss again. He does return to London though after a time and sees Katherine at a ball, he asks her to dance not knowing she is unable. When she wa ...more
WiLoveBooks
Feb 26, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was sweet. The name is a bit misleading. I expected a wedding much sooner. I liked the characters. Adam irritated me a bit with his attitude toward marriage considering his feelings toward Katharine. I liked how he treated her, though, considering how everyone else treated her. They were an adorable couple. Most of their issues were in their heads and based on lack of communication. An enjoyable historical romance read.
Hannah
Mar 02, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Suze Lavender
Mar 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The death of Adam's wife and baby broke his heart. He's still young, but never wants to marry again. His handsomeness and his new title as the Earl of Greyhawke make him an attractive candidate for many women, but he doesn't want any of them. He isn't interested in being part of society and going to balls to meet a woman who can give him an heir. Faith has different plans though, when he vows never to fall in love again he meets a woman who makes his heart beat faster. Katherine is the niece of ...more
Blodeuedd Finland
It seems I read it a year and a half ago, oops. But since this was audio I know I needed to listen to at least know the narrator. But then I started---and continued---and suddenly I had listened to it all. I did feel it impossible to stop. It was a different experience than reading, I understand that know. Even when I read my old review I understood I had to write a new one cos I had different feelings. Even if I did enjoy it both times.

Adam lost his wife and baby in childbirth, and now he is al
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Connie N.
#3 in The Heirs' Club of Scoundrels Trilogy

Thanks to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I haven't read the previous books in this trilogy, so perhaps I missed something of the history that would have helped maintain my interest. Adam and Kathryn make an OK couple, but that's it--nothing special. The author had a unique concept for the characters that piqued my interest, but sadly they had no depth. Adam is a one-note character--I want you, I won't have you, I
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Erica Chilson
I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads

4.5 warm and fuzzy stars.

Wedding Night with the Earl was an excellent conclusion to The Heirs' Club of Scoundrels trilogy. Amelia Grey has an easy flowing, steady-paced writing style, which has the pages turning at a rapid rate, and I always look forward to whatever books she publishes.

I'm a sucker for precocious kids written on the pages, pets treated as a main character, friends who are truly friends and not frememies, famil
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Connie
Aug 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Adam Greyhawke, the eighth Earl of Greyhawke, lost his wife and child during childbirth 2 years ago. Since then he has been living in a cottage on the bleak, cold, and gray coast of Yorkshire which matchs his constant mood. He has no interest in being an Earl and has asked the Prince to bestow his title on his heir. However, the Prince has declined his request. His heir has been found and is his cousin Master Dixon Greyhawke, age 5. Adam will now be the boy’s guardian. Adam has no intention of g ...more
Eva
Feb 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I think „Wedding Night with the Earl“ by Amelia Grey ist he 3rd installment in the „The Heir’s Club of Scountrels Triology“ and I think one of the best books I have in a very long time. Rarely do you see such a good character development, plot and some creativity!
Adam Greyhawke doesn’t plan to ever marry again because he lost his wife and child at birth, after three days of torture. He lived at the seaside after her death for years, alone with his big dog. He’s through with society.
One day a c
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Shauni
Originally Reviewed For: Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy

Looking for a sweet read? A fun, escape? Then Amelia Grey's Wedding Night with the Earl is just for you. The third book in her Heir's Club of Scoundrels Trilogy I found it engaging and entertaining.

Miss Katharine Wright is the pampered niece of a Duke. Having lost her family at a young age and injured in the accident, she has been raised in the loving arms of her elderly relatives. Injured in the accident, they have held her back
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Toula
Feb 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Historical Romance Last in a series . Heroine is Katharine Hero is Adam
Adam has become an Earl . His nickname in Lobdon is the beast . Why ??? You have to read the book to find out . Thing is he has been roaming out in the country . Since he lost his wife and Child . He has a dog to keep him company but that is all he has . Adam also has a death wish . He dosnt want a wife or a child anymore . One afternoon he gets a visit from Prinny man with a small boy . Adam then finds out the small boy is
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Beyond the Pages
Initial Thoughts:
Wedding Night with the Earl was thoroughly sweet and extremely romantic. I loved it!

About the Characters:
Adam and Katherine were such appealing characters. They both had a genuineness and strength that made them immediately likable. I loved that they were playful and respectful with one another. They encouraged and supported each other, and they understood the struggle that was before them. They each had their own unique set of circumstances, however, they were able to help o
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Dot Salvagin
Mar 14, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Amelia Grey has fast become one of my favorite authors. I read a lot of romance novels and few can bring that feel of instant attraction and romantic longing like this author. Both protagonists are damaged; Adam by the death of his wife and child and Katherine by a childhood accident and the loss of her family. He is determined never to marry and have children and her goal in life is to be a wife and mother. This presents with two opposing views of a life plan and the reader waits to see if love ...more
Nicole Laverdure
Beautiful conclusion of a great trilogy!

I really enjoyed, Amelia Grey’s book, Wedding Night With the Earl, the story of two charming characters Adam and Katherine!

This time, it's the romantic story of Adam Greyhawke, a member of the notorious Heirs' Club, and Katherine Wright, the woman who will try to capture his heart. After loosing his wife to childbirth, Adam, doesn't want to marry again, because he feels guilty, until a young lady captures his attention! But Katherine, had been injured in
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Seanna Yeager
Mar 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Miss Katharine Wright finally finds a man who believes in her strength and determination, but of course he has decided to never marry again after the tragic death of his first wife and child. She must marry otherwise she will let down the uncles and aunts, that raised her since she was a young child. Following her heart's desires is something that she will not compromise on, even if she loses the man she loves. I love when a heroine and hero both over come their pasts, to find love and hope in t ...more
Heather andrews
Feb 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I liked Adam, he knew how to speak his mind at times, “let me rephrase what I asked. Will you marry me and give me sons?” She was stunned into silence again. “I accept your terms,” he said. “The thought of you having a babe scares the hell out of me, but I will find a way to cope with that . We will have all the children you want.” He smiled. “Besides, the thought of another man touching you scares me more.” I enjoyed this book I liked Adam.
Bertlyn Harvey
Nov 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I absolutely loved this story. The characters were fascinating to me and the story plot was excellent. I liked all of the stories in this series but this was far the best hands down to me. I felt for both of the characters and they didn't seem whiney to me about their issues. They found each other and were immediately attracted to one another and didn't try to hard to hide the fact from one another. Great read.
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