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Marrying The Marquis

4 Ratings: 0.8
by Patricia Grasso
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England's finest is actually....Scottish?

  • Jun 18, 2010

The book I am reviewing this time is called Marrying The Marquis by Patricia Grasso and can be purchased for $6.99. The setting is sometime in the 1800s, in Newmarket, England.
Blaze Flambeau has several gifts, one of which was attracting a wealth of suitors. Vowing to never marry, she was determined to dedicate all her energy into guiding her thoroughbred all the way to the Triple Crown. Although she tries, she still could not escape the fact that her father was a Duke and that he wanted to see her properly married. The independent woman is now stuck between her passion for the races and the one suitor that she could not possibly resist…
The idea of finally meeting the duke’s daughter after the dance they shared at her sister’s wedding was something that Ross MacArthur looked forward to greatly. The woman was not going to wed him as easily as he believed she would though. Being as stubborn as him, the Highlander knew that the only way to get her heart was to get her into his bed. With an offer she could not refuse, he discovered that nothing could possibly come in between their passion for each other…
Men with Scottish accents and strong-willed attitudes are always pleasant to read about. It was also easy to relate to Blaze in this story. Her personality was very well developed. I give this three and a half stars.

England's finest is actually....Scottish?

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