The daughter of free spirits who routinely outraged the haut ton, Emily Crane longed for a less scandalous life. Now she’s the toast of society — and she couldn’t find it more tedious. Until, in the midst of yet another ball, she suddenly comes face to face with the darkly sensual stranger she once rescued from footpads. When danger seems to dog him at every turn, Emily is determined to unmask his foe. Now her London season promises to be infinitely more exciting.
The humor flows, the characters sparkle, and the enjoyment is abundant. — Rendevous
…a fast-paced story and Ms. Ashford is adept at adding humor and madcap characters to the story of a man searching for the true meaning of his life — RT Book Reviews
Jane Ashford has written her best book yet with Bride to Be. Her writing improves with every novel she publishes, and I hope to see — and read, of course — many more of her novels in the years to come. Nat B.
Her latest tale, BRIDE TO BE, is an interesting mixing of a Regency romance with mystery elements, an exotic combination that will occupy readers from start to finish. Harriet Klausner