How to Be Married Without Getting Married in Regency Era Scotland ~ Guest Post by Collette Cameron

When Highlander’s Hope heroine, Yvette Stapleton finds herself married to the hero, Laird Ewan McTavish, without benefit of a marriage ceremony, she’s more than a bit put out. In fact, it nearly destroys her trust in him. My quandary was…

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Old Lovers, Make-Me-Love-You Heroes, and Marriages of Convenience

Vanessa here, opining for love. I found a bit of time to read this weekend. For me, that would be a Regency novel. Obvious huh. As I looked at my two-decade-old collection, I started thinking about the types of plots…

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With this Ring… in Gretna Green?

When my husband and I were married some twelve years ago, there were few impediments for us to reach the altar as soon as we wished to. He knelt down on one knee to ask me, I gave an enthusiastic…

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How to Hold a Regency Wedding Ceremony

Vanessa here, My fellow bloggers just finished a great month of marriage posts, so I thought I’d share one more on the actual ceremony. How to have a Regency Wedding Ceremony Prelude to a Wedding Your hero has asked the…

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A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Altar

Everyone screws up occasionally. The epicness of your less than perfect moment can often be tied to the significance and size of the event at which it occurs. Stepping on your hairbrush and wiping out in your bathroom can be…

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Happy Leap Year Day!

  Leap Year A La Regency Thirty days hath September,  April, June and November;  All the rest have thirty-one,  Excepting February alone  Which hath but twenty-eight, in fine,  Till leap year gives it twenty-nine.  Look at the Regency Buy at…

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Wedding Hotspots in Regency England

Naomi here, and we’re talking about weddings today. More particularly, wedding hotspots. In today’s society, destination weddings seem to be growing in popularity. A person can’t just get married in a church anymore. Oh no. We have to fly to…

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