Grace Alnott is out of time. To save her younger brother from an abusive guardian, her merchant father’s will demands she must marry a peer. Handsome but destitute Everett Hetherington, Earl of Westbury agrees to her offer of a marriage of convenience but stipulates she must live with him for six weeks. No matter how honorable he seems she can’t allow him to get too close, because the aristocracy cannot be trusted.
Six weeks. Major Everett Hetherington, new Earl of Westbury, has exactly six weeks to convince the very independent Grace Alnott to spend the rest of her life with him. Despite her belief she doesn't belong in his world, he must tempt the alluring Grace into staying, because he has fallen for her. Hard. He just has to ensure she never discovers his secret.
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book .
It’s wonderful writing pulls you through the wringer and elicits numerous emotions .
It was a pleasure to get to know the characters Everett and
All the way through I was glued to the page , and I wished for a happy ending , did they get one ?
Read it yourself and find out
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Seducing a Wife
A story with an interesting premise; a marriage of convenience, in name only, in exchange for a peer receiving half of his wife’s dowry. I really liked Grace, who was a strong woman who came up with a risky plan in order to rescue and be reunited with her four year old brother. Everett, a typically arrogant man, lies to her by omission and thinks to get his hands on all of her dowry by seducing her into making the marriage permanent but eventually comes through for her.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.