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The Rogue Steals a Bride - Amelia Grey An enjoyable read.

Male romantic lead: Matson Brentwood, born in England, raised as an American, returns to England for his shipping business
Female romantic lead: Sophia Hart, orphan, heiress of shipping business, has made a solemn promise to marry a title
Other characters: Iverson Brentwood, Matson's twin brother, the reckless twin, Mae and June Shevington, Sophia's aunts, another pair of twins, Sir Randolph, Sophia's guardian.

Quirkiness: The two pairs of twins, the shipping business connection between the romantic leads, and a mystery between the Brentwood twins and Sir Randolph

Moral: Marrying for love is better than marrying a title.