After the Wedding

After the Wedding Review

Adrian Hunter has concealed his identity and posed as a servant to assist his powerful uncle. He’s on the verge of obtaining the information he needs when circumstances spiral out of his control. He’s caught alone with a woman he scarcely knows. When they’re discovered in this compromising circumstance, he’s forced to marry her at gunpoint. Luckily, his uncle should be able to obtain an annulment. All Adrian has to do is complete his mission…and not consummate the marriage, no matter how enticing the bride may be.

Lady Camilla Worth has never expected much out of life—not since her father was convicted of treason and she was passed from family to family. A marriage, no matter how unfortunate the circumstances under which it was contracted, should mean stability. It’s unfortunate that her groom doesn’t agree. But Camilla has made the best of worse circumstances. She is determined to make her marriage work. All she has to do is seduce her reluctant husband.

Title:After the Wedding
Edition Language:English

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  • Liv

    may 3, 2018: SO SINCE THE WORTH FAMILY REUNION I HAVE BEEN CRYING NON-STOP THANK YOU VERY MUCHi have some thoughts on the after the (second) wedding chapter(view spoiler)[so the thing is, it made me s...

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    I so, so wanted to love After the Wedding by one of my all-time favorite authors, Courtney Milan, but, sadly, I left the book feeling disappointed and vaguely upset. I know Courtney Milan has much mor...

  • Ursula

    I just couldn't get into this story. It just went on and on and on. The heroine drove me crazy- so much introspection, basically revolving around the words please love me, even though I am not worthy ...

  • Caz

    I've given this a B- at AARI’m a big fan of Courtney Milan’s – her Brothers Sinister series is comprised of six of the finest historical romances written in the last decade or so (sorry, but I d...

  • OLT

    Courtney Milan is a good HR writer and she also has a great social conscience. Her active participation in the #MeToo movement is admirable, as is her stance on various social issues with regard to ra...

  • Joanna Loves Reading

    There are many pieces here to cause strife and conflict, too many. As a result, the romance was underwhelming. I rated this 3.5ish stars, but it is difficult to rate because it is unique. Because ther...

  • Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin*

    I often find that Milan's characters are a teensy bit nice for my tastes (not that I require everyone to be an asshole). However, her writing is good and she fleshes out her characters enough that the...

  • Marie

    APRIL 2018: HERE I AM, EMBRACING AND LOVING ROMANCE LIFE, IT WAS LITjust to address shortly the writing, some moments in the beginning were bit off with a lot of repeating but then it was a nice flow,...

  • Desi

    I really, really wanted to like this, but I felt it missed the mark. Logically I don't understand the situation we find our heroine in at the start, particularly as regards her siblings’ abandonment...

  • Lisa

    3.75-4 starsI buddy-read this with my good friend Rashika. I'm glad I did it because I wouldn't have survived reading this book alone. Anyway, it started off slow for me, I wish I was wowed from the b...