To Win His Wayward Wife

He may have been able to persuade his wife to love him, but her family was another matter. “I have an idea,” Madison finally spoke up. “Why don't we all go hide and you two can come seek us out.” “Why do you wish to play a nursery game?

To Win His Wayward Wife

Not to be outdone by her sisters' marriage-producing scandals, quiet and withdrawn Madison Banks quickly finds herself walking down the aisle to a man who has secretly loved her for years. Her groom, however, has no idea how to show his new bride that he truly loves her and following a bungled wedding night, finds himself in a position to either win his wife once and for all or lose her forever. Can he prove himself worthy of her? Will she accept his love? Or will jealousy and past insecurities tear the pair apart?

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