More or Less a Marchioness by Anna Bradley
Date Read: February 6th 2018
Genre: Historical, Romance
"The Somerset sisters, three beautiful, headstrong debutantes in Regency London, are discovering that a bit of scandal is a delightful thing . . . For the sake of propriety, and her younger sisters' reputations, Iris Somerset has kept her rebellious streak locked away. But though she receives a proposal from Phineas Knight, Lord of Huntington, Iris can't marry a man she knows isn't truly enamored with her. In fact, Iris no longer wants to be chosen-she wants to choose. Under the clandestine tutelage of "wicked widow" Lady Annabel Tallant, she'll learn how to steer her own marriage prospects-and discover her secret appetites . . .
What kind of debutante refuses a marquess? Finn is surprised, a little chastened-and thoroughly intrigued. This new, independent version of Iris is far more alluring than the polished socialite she used to be. Finn believed he needed a safe, quiet wife to curb his wilder impulses. But the more Iris surprises him, the more impossible it becomes to resist their deepest desires . . .
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Series: The Somerset Sisters #1
Also by this author: Lady Eleanor's Seventh Suitor, Lady Charlotte's First Love, Twelfth Night with the Earl br> br>
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Overall Rating: 5 Stars
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