A plan born of deception… Can Charlotte overcome her stepsister’s cruel actions and find the love she deserves?
Miss Charlotte Richardson was heartbroken when her father died, but is elated when her mother remarries. It brings Charlotte such joy to see her mother happy again.
Charlotte hopes to develop a close bond with her new stepsister, Lady Emma, but her hopes are quickly shattered. Lady Emma is upset that she must now share her home with Charlotte, whom she feels is beneath her.
When the Marquess of Withington develops affections for Charlotte, Lady Emma is furious because she wants him for his wealth and title. Lady Emma will stop at nothing and devises a plan that will ruin all possibilities of Charlotte finding happiness.
Will Charlotte find true love even though Lady Emma is determined to destroy her reputation? Can Lord Withington see through Lady Emma’s deceitful nature?
If you love clean and wholesome, Regency-era romances with a strong woman heroine and an inspirational romantic story, you will love Heart of a Marquess.
Authors Note: This is a clean, stand-alone romance, so there are no cliffhangers. This sweet romance is a 130-page book with bonus stories included.
Sweet clean Regency romance. I really enjoyed the well developed characters. There were many little plot twists to keep my interest. Charlotte is a wonderful character who sees the best in everyone. Emma was a jealous, nasty, entitled prima donna, a wonderful villainess! – Bernadette Cinkoske
I loved this clean and well written love story. The two main characters were so charming and likeable and had wonderful chemistry. I enjoyed this author’s style and I look forward to reading more by her in the future. – Katie
Charlotte was very happy when her widowed mother found happiness again when she married the Earl. Her step sister was not! Charlotte was anxious to share with a new sister. Lady Emma was a spoiled brat who did not want to share her father or social standing with anyone and felt she should be first to wed. As the newlyweds go on their honeymoon, Lady Perrin (Aunt Agatha) chaperones the girls and tries to intervene between them. This is a fun quick read of good, sweet regency romance. I received this ARC book for my voluntary honest review. – Elizabeth Nyreen