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“Looks like I’ve come home just in time.” The duke’s son returns! Part of Allied at the Altar. Avaline hasn’t seen her husband, Lord Fortis Tresham for seven years, after he was presumed dead at war. Now her convenient husband has returned in time to save her from an unwanted suitor! Yet as he returns to her life—and her bed—Avaline is cautious… Why is he so mature, courteou “Looks like I’ve come home just in time.” The duke’s son returns! Part of Allied at the Altar. Avaline hasn’t seen her husband, Lord Fortis Tresham for seven years, after he was presumed dead at war. Now her convenient husband has returned in time to save her from an unwanted suitor! Yet as he returns to her life—and her bed—Avaline is cautious… Why is he so mature, courteous, thoughtful, so different from the selfish soldier she married? Allied at the Altar miniseries Book 1 — A Marriage Deal with the Viscount Book 2 — One Night with the Major Book 3 — Tempted by His Secret Cinderella Book 4 — Captivated by Her Convenient Husband “As always Ms Scott does not disappoint, this book is definitely a full roller coaster of emotions, twists and turns as we journey to its HEA.” — Goodreads on One Night with the Major “A wonderful story, the plot is as fascinating and mesmerising as the characters, while the writing and attention to detail is as ever spot on the mark…Highly recommended, a definite must read!” — Goodreads on One Night with the Major


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“Looks like I’ve come home just in time.” The duke’s son returns! Part of Allied at the Altar. Avaline hasn’t seen her husband, Lord Fortis Tresham for seven years, after he was presumed dead at war. Now her convenient husband has returned in time to save her from an unwanted suitor! Yet as he returns to her life—and her bed—Avaline is cautious… Why is he so mature, courteou “Looks like I’ve come home just in time.” The duke’s son returns! Part of Allied at the Altar. Avaline hasn’t seen her husband, Lord Fortis Tresham for seven years, after he was presumed dead at war. Now her convenient husband has returned in time to save her from an unwanted suitor! Yet as he returns to her life—and her bed—Avaline is cautious… Why is he so mature, courteous, thoughtful, so different from the selfish soldier she married? Allied at the Altar miniseries Book 1 — A Marriage Deal with the Viscount Book 2 — One Night with the Major Book 3 — Tempted by His Secret Cinderella Book 4 — Captivated by Her Convenient Husband “As always Ms Scott does not disappoint, this book is definitely a full roller coaster of emotions, twists and turns as we journey to its HEA.” — Goodreads on One Night with the Major “A wonderful story, the plot is as fascinating and mesmerising as the characters, while the writing and attention to detail is as ever spot on the mark…Highly recommended, a definite must read!” — Goodreads on One Night with the Major

30 review for Captivated by Her Convenient Husband

  1. 5 out of 5

    Frankie (Chicks, Rogues and Scandals)

    Well, what can I say about this? I have been waiting for this book for such a long time and it was well worth the wait, I knew that this book; Fortis’ story was going to be an emotional one and by Jove, does it pull at your heartstrings! I am a weeping mess after that, not only because this is the last book in what has been an incredible series *sobs* really this series is so, so good I am lost for words just how amazing this series is, for the last few months we have been left tiny breadcrumbs Well, what can I say about this? I have been waiting for this book for such a long time and it was well worth the wait, I knew that this book; Fortis’ story was going to be an emotional one and by Jove, does it pull at your heartstrings! I am a weeping mess after that, not only because this is the last book in what has been an incredible series *sobs* really this series is so, so good I am lost for words just how amazing this series is, for the last few months we have been left tiny breadcrumbs of Fortis Tresham, there have been little whispers about him which intrigued me so much, I was so impatient to get hold of his story – I am not the most patient person at the best of times, but waiting for this book has been like torture, so to finally get my hands on Fortis was not only brilliant to finally get his story, but very emotional as this is the last in the series. I don’t want to leave these amazing character’s. Bronwyn Scott, you really have excelled yourself with this book, I am in absolute awe of it and I bow down to your excellence. I am a huge fan of Bronwyn Scott’s work, her writing is second to none, her stories are supremely rich in emotion and romance, in other words they are flawless, but this really is right up at the top. This book is truly beautiful, and it is one of the very best, I am so in love with it. I was utterly blown away with Fortis’ story, this is emotional, tender, loving, surprising and so romantic. It is sad that this wonderful series has come to an end – unless of course there is more, please let there be more! But this is a fantastic ending, it answers all those niggling questions that have been arising throughout the series and it feels as though we have come full circle and all the ends have now been linked together. As those who of you who have been following this series will know, that for the last three books we have been left breadcrumbs of what happened to Fortis when he went missing after the battle of Balaclava. He has been missing for a year and then all of a sudden Fortis Tresham comes walking out of the forest without a clue of who or where he is. I was intrigued, I needed to know his story and I really wanted him to find the peace that he deserved, and yes this does happen but there is a real twist and a surprise the story, that makes the reader stop and go; wow! The story opens with Avaline, who is fearful of her future, she is trying to fend off the horrid Haywood who is trying to muscle in and get his hands on not only her but her land all in an attempt to gain his much sought after knighthood. The only protection she has from him and his manipulations is the fact that she is married into one of the old Dukedoms in the country, unfortunately her husband, third son; Fortis Tresham went to war eight years ago, and in the last year she has had word that her husband after falling in battle is now missing. With the help of her amazing in-laws she tries to move forward constantly hoping that her husband will return to her. Well, she certainly doesn’t have to wait long as he returns, and what an entrance!! Scooping the swooning damsel up in his strong arms, after giving the baddie a good old fashioned ‘talking to’ and storming out is like something out of the movies, it is like something from a dream and by jove is it romantic – I may need to swoon myself, and that is just the beginning of getting to know this fine and vulnerable man. As you can expect there is a lot that stand in the way for their happily ever after, there are things that Avaline and Fortis must over come, some expected and some not. Fortis is changed from the man she remembers, yes just as handsome with the same beautiful blue eyes but there is a shadow that is hanging over them. I really say too much about that aspect of the story, but believe me when I say that Fortis will break your heart, you will be at the edge of your seat hoping and praying thing everything works out that they both find the happiness that they both so desperately want and deserve. I absolutely love how Bronwyn has gone about revealing what happened to Fortis throughout the story with flash backs, you can really feel his fear, his confusion, his anguish and his desire to learn the truth. Avaline really stood out for me, she is a wonderful, caring, kind and gentle woman. She isn’t a complex woman, she just wants love, she wants a happily ever after, but she is a practical woman if anything which is why she married Fortis in the first place, she needed protection and he was able to give it. But, that was all he gave her, within days he was off to war again. She didn’t know her husband then and after eight years she still doesn’t know him, what she does know is that he man who has returned to her has changed and it those changes that make her fall in love with him, but she is scared of having her heart broken as it was last time Fortis was home, which is why she holds back from him as she does, I can’t blame her, my heart goes out to this woman she has faced a lot in the years he has been away, not only faced the backstabbing of the ton but she has found a new independence while he has been away and she is fearful of long that now he is back. Do not think that this is just a mere tortured hero comes homes and heroine tries to bring him back to his old self, because this book is far, far more then that, the story goes from the expected to the utterly heart in mouth unexpected and then finishes with the most beautiful ending, that was so fitting for Fortis and Avaline. This is a gorgeous second chance love story, which really pulls at the heartstrings and it is the perfect ending to what has been an amazing series, one that I am very sad to see finish. Perfect, there is no other words for this book, just perfect, I cannot recommend this book and this series enough.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Oh my! This was a superb, emotional story. The scene when the family all got together had me in tears. The characters were all engaging, apart from the villain, Tobin Hayworth. Avaline has her husband, Fortis, back from the war. He seems so different and she’s wondering if she can trust him with her heart again. Fortis, had become such an honourable man, the way he put Avaline’s wishes before his own was endearing. Fortis experiences flashbacks to the time when he was missing and gradually his s Oh my! This was a superb, emotional story. The scene when the family all got together had me in tears. The characters were all engaging, apart from the villain, Tobin Hayworth. Avaline has her husband, Fortis, back from the war. He seems so different and she’s wondering if she can trust him with her heart again. Fortis, had become such an honourable man, the way he put Avaline’s wishes before his own was endearing. Fortis experiences flashbacks to the time when he was missing and gradually his story unfolds. I enjoyed the loving family connection. I hadn’t read any of the previous stories in this series but it didn’t seem to make any difference to my enjoyment, just makes me want to read the previous books!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Zubee

    Loved the H and h .... the story line has been done before but it was lovely to read ... it helped that H was a wonderful character ...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Toria

    Was in a historical romance mood after watching a Jane Austen movie and this one didn't disappoint, charming and romantic Was in a historical romance mood after watching a Jane Austen movie and this one didn't disappoint, charming and romantic

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rosangela

    All's Well That Ends Well. It was good to see all the Fortis's family bound for Aidan, after seven year Avaline deserved a true husband. All's Well That Ends Well. It was good to see all the Fortis's family bound for Aidan, after seven year Avaline deserved a true husband.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Historical

    Categories Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Military Romance, Victorian Historical Fiction Miniseries Allied at the Altar (Book #4)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    Categories Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Military Romance, Victorian Historical Fiction Miniseries Allied at the Altar (Book #4)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    There is always a scene that lingers for me in a Bronwyn Scott story, one that is evocative and engaging and so pitch perfect that I am there (and her tales are one fabulous scene after another—my response to just one is subjective). In this book that scene starts on page one. Completely drawn in. I want to both savor this story slowly and rush through so I can start over again. Fantastic read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Rodriguez

    Scott sets her story in 1855. After missing in action for seven years, Lord Fortis Tresham returns home. Avaline, is Fortis's wife, who has to the stranger who has returned to her. Scott sympathetically addresses what is now known as: PTSD. Scott sets her story in 1855. After missing in action for seven years, Lord Fortis Tresham returns home. Avaline, is Fortis's wife, who has to the stranger who has returned to her. Scott sympathetically addresses what is now known as: PTSD.

  10. 4 out of 5

    May Grider

    A DNF for me. Perhaps just not in the right mood.

  11. 5 out of 5

    DD

    really enjoyed the first 2 books in this series, 3rd was disappointing, so not sure about reading the final book. I needn't have worried. the best of the 4 by far. emotional mess after reading it really enjoyed the first 2 books in this series, 3rd was disappointing, so not sure about reading the final book. I needn't have worried. the best of the 4 by far. emotional mess after reading it

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laurem

    It was not great but good for what it was. The read was quick and left you questioning. Is the man the Duke's son or not? All the characters were very likeable. I liked Giles now sense of honor. It was not great but good for what it was. The read was quick and left you questioning. Is the man the Duke's son or not? All the characters were very likeable. I liked Giles now sense of honor.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marcus Blomgren

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emi

  15. 5 out of 5

    redberfir

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  17. 4 out of 5

    margaret sellars

  18. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lourds Clary

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anna No-frills

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shaz

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Soler

  23. 4 out of 5

    dabsss

  24. 5 out of 5

    gwenn vrooman

  25. 4 out of 5

    Diane Dario

  26. 4 out of 5

    Margaret R Jones

  27. 4 out of 5

    Farzana rahmann

  28. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Forsberg

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty Graham

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christina

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