I love reading Nicole Jordan’s historical romance books. Her Courtship Wars series is a fairly recent series that was so well received, Ballantine wants her to continue the Courtship Wars series for at least a while longer with maybe 3 more books added to the series. I can’t wait for them to come out. Now it comes to the last and youngest Loring sister and I have to say she is the most wildest and independent of them all, but also the most stubborn one in letting herself falling in love. The heroine Lilian Loring believes that love is too risky to let herself feel and marriage is a hell that she will never let herself be trapped in. The hero Heath Griffin, the Marquess of Claybourne is Marcus and Drew’s best friend and we have met him in the first book and see him sometimes in the second book. I thought as I was reading this novel that Heath and Lilian make such a wonderful couple and I could see them happily in love with one another.
Lilian is bent on never falling in love or getting married but Heath is going to do his best to change her mind because he may not know he’s in love with her in the beginning but he wants her and only marriage will do. Their courtship is at times dangerous but they are exciting adventures that make Lilian and Heath’s lives a bit exciting and help them towards finally understand their love for one another. I was a bit sad when I finally got to the ending of this book but I know in time Nicole Jordan will have finish writing about the wonderful secondary characters that we have read in all three Courtship Wars novels into a novel of their own for our enjoyment. I love her Courtship Wars series and recommend it to everyone who loves romance novels especially historical romances. Here is the description of the book from the back cover and picture:
TO SEDUCE A BRIDE $ 6.99 (Book 3)(409 Pages)
Seduction has never been more enticing than in this third novel of Nicole Jordan’s enthralling trilogy, The Courtship Wars.
Spirited beauty Lilian Loring believes that love is too risky a venture and that marriage is best avoided entirely—even if her unwanted suitor comes as deliciously packaged as Heath Griffin, the Marquess of Claybourne. The charismatic rogue has never met a woman who can discourage his advances, and after a show of resolve Lily too melts under Heath’s sensuous kisses. Perhaps that is why she decides to hide out in the last place gentleman would look for a lady: a house of scandalous repute.
In bold pursuit, Heath discovers his enchanting spitfire cheerfully instructing the demimonde in the art of deportment. Now the thrill of the chase is exceeded only by his powerful need to possess Lily as his bride. For Heath, victory in their game of passion means nothing less than winning Lily’s elusive heart….