The bride wore scarlet / Liz Carlyle.

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      Summary: Anais de Rohan has faced danger in her past, but never anything so great as posing as the new bride to one of the St. James Society's most magnetic--and ruthless--leaders. But Lord Bessett's bold challenge to prove herself worthy of joining his secret all-male society is impossible to resist. So she daringly agrees to travel with the enigmatic nobleman on a dangerous mission to save one of their own--a little girl with a frightening gift. Soon intrigue swirls about them, drawing them ever closer. And Anais quickly realizes that the intimacy of sharing Lord Bessett's bedroom is proving a temptation impossible to resist. As for Bessett himself--well, he might be a soldier sworn to the Society, but he certainly isn't anyone's saint. . . .
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    • ABNT:
      CARLYLE, L. The bride wore scarlet. [s. l.]: Avon, 2011. ISBN 9780061965760. Disponível em: Acesso em: 20 out. 2020.
    • AMA:
      Carlyle L. The Bride Wore Scarlet. Avon; 2011. Accessed October 20, 2020.
    • APA:
      Carlyle, L. (2011). The bride wore scarlet. Avon.
    • Chicago/Turabian: Author-Date:
      Carlyle, Liz. 2011. The Bride Wore Scarlet. Avon Historical Romance. Avon.
    • Harvard:
      Carlyle, L. (2011) The bride wore scarlet. Avon (Avon historical romance). Available at: (Accessed: 20 October 2020).
    • Harvard: Australian:
      Carlyle, L 2011, The bride wore scarlet, Avon historical romance, Avon, viewed 20 October 2020, .
    • MLA:
      Carlyle, Liz. The Bride Wore Scarlet. Avon, 2011. EBSCOhost,
    • Chicago/Turabian: Humanities:
      Carlyle, Liz. The Bride Wore Scarlet. Avon Historical Romance. Avon, 2011.
    • Vancouver/ICMJE:
      Carlyle L. The bride wore scarlet [Internet]. Avon; 2011 [cited 2020 Oct 20]. (Avon historical romance). Available from:


Booklist Reviews 2011 June #1

*Starred Review* In a secret society that has existed for centuries, rules are everything for the Fraternitas Aureae Crucis. And one of the group's most important rules—if not the most important—is that no woman would ever be granted membership. Which is exactly why so many members, including Lord Geoff Bessett, become a bit cranky when they discover that the latest acolyte into their group turns out to be Anais de Rohan. Despite her impeccable training and her own version of the gift, almost everyone in the society is determined to get Anais out of their London headquarters and out of their lives immediately. Unfortunately, the society's latest mission is one that may require the expertise of a woman, which is exactly how Anais finds herself traveling to Brussels as Bessett's new wife. Carlyle's lusciously rich characterization, inventive plot spiked with danger and unexpected twists, and deliciously dry sense of humor make The Bride Wore Scarlet a near-perfect read. Copyright 2011 Booklist Reviews.

PW Reviews 2011 May #3

Carlyle continues the Fraternitas paranormal Victorian trilogy (after One Touch of Scandal) with sizzling passion and romance. Anaïs de Rohan has spent much of her life training, hoping to join the male-only Fraternitas. The earl of Bessett reluctantly allows her to accompany him on a mission to Brussels where they must pose as husband and wife in order to rescue a young child who has the ability to see into the future. The pretense leads to real attraction that Bessett and Anaïs find impossible to ignore, and they also connect on a much deeper level. Bessett admires Anaïs's skill with a sword as well as her quick wit and intelligence, and Anaïs admires Bessett's compassion and caring despite his occasional dictatorial moments. Readers will eagerly look forward to the stunning conclusion as well as the next installment in this well-crafted series. (Aug.)

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