Don't Tie the Knot (Wedding Trouble, #1) by Bianca Blythe

Don't Tie the Knot (Wedding Trouble, #1)

Most weddings might be joyous occasions, but Lord Hamish Montgomery’s older brother is marrying…a commoner. Never mind that his brother is already engaged, and they’ll lose their family’s estate if he marries someone else. Hamish will just have to find a way to stop the wedding. Georgiana Butterworth is startled when a handsome Scotsman breaks into her bedroom and brandishes money. Evidently he’s mistaken her for her newly engaged siste...

Details Don't Tie the Knot (Wedding Trouble, #1)

TitleDon't Tie the Knot (Wedding Trouble, #1)
Release DateMay 13th, 2018
GenreRomance, Historical Romance, Historical, Regency, Historical Fiction

Reviews Don't Tie the Knot (Wedding Trouble, #1)

  • Bon
    DNF at 32%. I can usually get through these and have fun but this one is incredibly implausible and paints Scotsmen as horrible breachers of societal rules of the time. Nnnahhh.
  • Samantha
    I am voluntarily submitting my honest review after receiving a copy of this ebook via BookFunnel and AXP.In this charming story, the Montgomery brothers' family castle is tied to the marriage of Callum to long-time family friend, Lady Isla McIntyre. When Hamish finds out his brother Callum is about to wed another woman and forfeit the castle, Hamish rushes to London to stop the wedding. All kinds of crazy adventures ensue as Hamish tries to halt ...
  • Kristin Davison
    I would like to thank the author for a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.3.5 stars Hamish's brother Callum is marrying a commoner rather than the earl's daughter he is engaged to. If this goes ahead his family will lose everything. He will stop at nothing to stop the wedding. Georgianna's sister is marrying callum and she has never seen her so happy. She will do anything to ensure her sister's happiness, even if it means she ...
  • Jiji
    The writer couldn't remember the name of her characters. Overall story felt too long for what was happening. (view spoiler)[Main characters randomly decided to have sex towards the end of the book to create a useless conflict. I say randomly because they had traveled together in close quarters for a few days but hadn't kissed or anything and then suddenly BOTH of them decide to... Anyway (hide spoiler)] Also, the whole novel was based on one char...
  • Nicole Laverdure
    Bianca Blythe has a new series worth reading! Beautiful debut for Bianca Blythe’s new series “Wedding Trouble’’! Don't Tie the Knot, nicely written by this author, is a real page-turner, I could not put it down! I love this author’s novels, she really writes charming historical romances that please me. Do give it a try, you won't be disappointed! What happens when there is a case of mistaken identity? Well, the fun begins! The hero Hami...
  • Lori D
    What to do when a gentleman lands in your bedroom thinking you were your sister? Well if it was the handsome Scot Hamish, you might be amused, or not. Georgiana Butterworth never expected a visit from Hamish, but finding out he is trying to stop the wedding of her sister Charlotte to his older brother, she is determined to thwart him. Trying to bribe her with money to not marry his brother ( he at first thinks she is her sister) is only one angle...
  • Holly Bargo
    DelightfulThis delightful romance comes with absurd humor, wry internal dialogue, and gentle poking of fun at the stuffiness of Regency romances. There's one scene containing explicit content, but it's well written and more about the feels than about the mechanics. Of course, there's the requisite misunderstanding arising from a failure to communicate, but all resolves quickly for the equally requisite happily ever after. The content does have so...
  • Kathy
    Hamish is determined to stop his brother’s wedding. He decides to bribe the bride. However he tries to bribe the sister of the bride instead. Funny how attractive she was. Funny how exciting he was. They each are determined to help their sibling. They go to great lengths to achieve their ends. This is a lovely story. A little unlikely but fun.
  • Elaine
    I enjoyed this a lot. Nice plot and endearing main characters. I loved the banter between Hamish and Georgiana. 4 I enjoyed this a lot. Nice plot and endearing main characters. I loved the banter between Hamish and Georgiana. 4☆
  • Cheryl
    An enjoyable read, the two main characters are likeable in their own ways. The story was told at a good pace. I was a little confused as to how the Duke and Charlotte met, seeing as they didn’t communicate much. I received a copy and have voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and opinions are my own.