|Late for the Wedding (2003) [Novel]|
by Amanda Quick
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Series: Lavinia Lake / Tobias March
(From the publisher):
An invitation to a country house party at Beaumont Castle provides a perfect solution to Tobias and Laviniaís most exasperating challenge: how to escape the chaos of London for a remote, relaxing -- and above all romantic -- retreat from prying eyes and wagging tongues. But the loversí plans are foiled when their first cozy interlude of the weekend is disrupted by the appearance of a stunning woman from Tobiasís past.
Aspasia Grayís beauty is as haunting as her connection to Tobias. Her long-deceased fiancť was a friend of his -- in addition to being an eccentric assassin. The mysterious nature of the bond between Tobias and Aspasia makes Lavinia more than a little uncomfortable. Especially as her first encounter with Aspasia occurs when she finds her in Tobiasís bedchamber... It seems Aspasia is seeking protection -- and solace -- after receiving an ominous message that eerily recalls the past. Suddenly the obstacles standing between Tobias and Lavinia appear greater than just a little London gossip -- and far more deadly.
When events at the castle suggest someone is imitating the dead killerís methods, the team of Lake and March fervently pursue the investigation -- and each other -- as their leads take them from Societyís most elegant haunts -- and most discreet hideaways -- to Londonís shadiest backstreets. As their relationship heats up, so does the intrigue. Soon Lavinia will have to employ all her talents to flummox the scoundrel who so rudely interrupted her rendezvous. And then she and Tobias can get back to more pleasurable affairs.
Original title: Late for the Wedding
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Historical→ Regency