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When Intelligence Agent Malcolm Rannoch proposes to Suzanne de Saint-Vallier, the tumult of the Peninsular War recedes-if only temporarily. For their union may have shattering consequences for the more fragile partnership between Britain and Spain. But meanwhile, let the celebrations begin . .

Kensington Publishing Corporation and Author Teresa Grant
request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of
SUZANNE de SAINT-VALLIER
to
MALCOLM RANNOCH
the seventh of December 1812
British Embassy, Lisbon
*Intrigue and unforeseen occurrences expected*

eKensington
November 23, 2012
ASIN-B008R9VPUU

6 Responses to “His Spanish Bride”


  1. [...] His Spanish Bride has only been out for a couple of days, but it’s short, so this seems a good time to start a discussion threat for it. If you’ve read it, I’d love to hear what you think, if it changes your perceptions of Suzanne/Mélanie and Malcolm/Charles, if the circumstances of their marriage are what you’d imagined. If you haven’t read it, feel free to ask questions – but expect spoilers in the thread obviously. [...]


  2. [...] I’ve been taking time to promote His Spanish Bride, it occurs to me that the story of Malcolm and Suzanne’s wedding combines two literary [...]

  3. Jorie Says:

    Good evening, Ms. Grant!

    I came across the announcement for your lovely book, the Paris Affair via Lauren Willig’s blog?! Since then, I have made the request to purchase the book via my local library!! I am quite hopeful that it will make the cut! However, I only just stumbled across your blog via Deanna Raybourn’s archived blog posts — whereupon, I was reading about the order by which a reader should come to know these characters!? I was a bit puzzled why the opening is only published in an ebook form and not attached to a print copy? Do you know if “His Spanish Bride” will be available in print? I realise you said you can read the series in any order and can still follow along, but ooh! I love to read serial fiction from book 1 through to the present! If I’m able too!

    Needless, I think I will be too tempted to jump into this series, and so, I think I shall read the Paris Affair as soon as it comes in! OR, do you think there is a better place to start!?

    A reader happy to have found you,
    Jorie

  4. Tracy Grant Says:

    Thanks so much for requesting The Paris Affair from your library, Jorie! That’s wonderful! His Spanish Bride was something I wrote as a extra introduction to the series, like the enovellas Deanna has done with Lady Julia as an introduction to A Spear of Summer Grass. Right now there are no plans for a print version, though I would love it if there were some day. Meanwhile, you can download a free Nook or Kindle app that would let you read ebooks on your computer, phone, or tablet if that’s a help. And I think it would be great if you start with The Paris Affair and then try the other books if you decide you want to go on with the series. Do let me know what you think!

  5. Maureen Cluderay Says:

    Where do I get this novella in Australia.

  6. marybeth Says:

    Where can I buy “His Spanish Bride” in paperback? I’ve read the other three books in the series, and enjoyed them very much. Now I’m intrigued, and want to know about Suzanne’s life before and leading up to her marriage to Malcolm. I don’t have Kindle or Nook, and in general am not a fan of ebooks, and have been searching for it in the traditional format, but to no avail.

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