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Secrets of a Runaway Bride - Valerie Bowman Funny, humorous, preposterous. This amazing romance manages to be funny without being fluffy. It borders on the madcap, but doesn't cross over, making the characters likeable and accessible. Top-notch!

Plot: Twisted, convoluted, and unlikely. The beginning is great, unexpected.
Male Protagonist: Tall, dark, and handsome, but unavailable on the marriage mart. Jordan Holloway, Earl of Ashbourne
Female Protagonist: Innocent, gorgeous, and naive. Miss Annie Andrews.
Setting: London and two house parties
Other characters of note: Lily, Annie's sister, Viscount Medford, the meddler.
Quirkiness: Gretna Greene is a recurring theme, with great effect. Rehabilitating a fox with injured paw.