Lord Heath Boscastle has always been the proper role model in the Boscastle family. His brother, Grayson, the Marquess of Sedgecroft, has always held him up to the rowdier family members as an example of how persons of quality should behave. Heath has never felt the urge to challenge this perception of him until he is reunited with the beautiful Julia Hepworth.
Six years ago, Heath and Julia shared a passionate interlude, and though they both vowed to keep it a secret, neither one has ever been able to forget that magical evening. Still, they both have managed to go on with their lives. Heath has continued his military campaigns, and Julia is about to begin her second marriage to Heathís friend, Sir Russell Althorne.
When Russell has to leave the country on a dangerous military mission, he asks Heath to look after Julia just in case her relationship with him causes her to be in danger. This is the last task Heath wants to undertake, but the one duty his heart can not ignore. As Heath sets out to protect Julia and to capture a vicious criminal who lurks in their midst, he realizes that he and Julia were meant to be together. Now, he needs her to see reason.
To win Juliaís heart, this proper gentlemen is about to become a proper rogue.
With The Wedding Night of an English Rogue, acclaimed author Jillian Hunter completes her thrilling Boscastle saga. With its tantalizing, sensual romance and its rousing adventure, this third story is the perfect conclusion to the collection. Unfortunately, the turning of the last page of The Wedding Night of an English Rogue may also cast a shadow of despair over some readerís heads because it does indeed represent the end of the novels about the wonderful Boscastles.
These same readers will be comforted by a huge sense of enjoyment after finishing The Wedding Night of an English Rogue for it is an engrossing tale that cleverly unifies romance and daring escapades. Heathís family members (fans of the Boscastle series will embrace them again) are also along for the ride, bringing their own unique perceptions to the story and reminding the reader of the true meaning of family.
Reader, if you havenít read the two predecessors to this fine novel, The Love Affair of an English Lord and The Seduction of an English Scoundrel, this would be a great time to do it. You will not regret the reads, and youíll see why most people say that one Boscastle is never enough.