For All Time (Nantucket Brides Trilogy #2) By: Jude Deveraux
The wedding of Alix Madsen and Jared Montgomery is a glorious affair at an elegant little chapel in the woods, followed by dinner and dancing, all while moonlight blankets the festivities in a romantic glow. While most guests are fixed on the happy couple, Jared’s cousin Graydon can’t look away from a bridesmaid, Toby Wyndam. It’s not just her quiet beauty that enthralls him or the way she makes him laugh. Toby possesses the truly remarkable ability of being able to distinguish Graydon from his identical twin brother, Rory. According to family legend, such a gift marks her as Graydon’s True Love. But Graydon knows there is no possible way that they can ever be together, for he is heir to the Lanconian throne and is to marry a noble woman who has been chosen for him. Yet, intrigued by Toby, he asks her to help him hide on Nantuck for a week away from regal responsibilities. In exchange, he’ll assist her with planning acclaimed novelist Victoria Madsen’s lavish wedding. Since they both know their union is impossible, the pair promises that they will never be more than just friends. But there’s more going on between Graydon and Toby than her unique power to tell him apart from his twin. At work are forces beyond their control, which are ruled by time itself. Combine that with the magical island of Nantucket, and a seductive spell is cast over Graydon and Toby. If they are to be together, they must change what once was, as well as what will be.
Loved this book! So happy. I’m writing this review while I’m still on the high the book gave me. There’s a prince, and I’m so happy that they didn’t do the whole thing where he doesn’t tell her what he is and she finds out and get betrayed. So over that. He told her straight off who he was and that he had a duty to his country.
Great romance, even though the ghost’s issue was resolved in the previous book there was still some ghostly stuff going on, great characters, really everything that’s needed for an awesome romance.
Liked that the woman wasn’t the typical romance heroine that’s stupid and automatically assumes stuff and gets into trouble all the time. I burnt myself out on those books. This was great, very happy with it.
The only problem I had with the book was how the mother was treated. You thought she was a total harpy and then nope she was just doing that for her children. It wasn’t too consistent but oh well.