Monday, June 24, 2019

Never Marry a Marquess by Regina Scott - Review of the sixth book in the Fortune's Brides series

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Shy Ivy Bateman has always felt more comfortable behind the scenes than front and center. She is happiest caring for her family and baking sweet treats. She certainly never expected the wealthy Marquess of Kendall to propose marriage, especially a marriage of convenience. It seems his baby daughter needs a mother, and Ivy cannot deny the attraction of the role, or the attraction she feels for the handsome marquess.

Kendall had asked MIss Thorn of the Fortune Employment Agency to find him a particular sort of lady. His heart went to the grave with his first wife. Now, all he cares about is ensuring his frail daughter doesn't follow it. Installing Ivy Bateman as his next marchioness will not disrupt his life or make him question his love for his dead wife. But as he comes to appreciate Ivy's sweet nature, he begins to wonder about their future. When an old enemy strikes at Miss Thorn and all her ladies, a grieving lord and a shy lady must work together to save the day. In doing so, they might discover that love, and a good cinnamon but, can heal all wounds.

Sequel to Never Kneel to a Knight. Fortune's Brides: Only a matchmaking cat can hunt true love.

I think this may be my favorite book in this series. What a beautiful story! This series should be read in order, it is possible not to but you will enjoy it much more it you do read it in order. Amazing job on this on Regina.

I received this e-book free from the author. I was not required to write a review but have chosen to do so sharing my hones opinion of this book.

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