A not-so-merry widow…
The widowed Marchioness of Folkestone is notorious for her parties, her art collection, and her utter disregard for the rules. But Ellie Claiborne knows her destruction is near. The new marquess is her first lover – the man whose sculpted body and sardonic grin haunt her every time she picks up her paintbrush. If he ever returns to claim his inheritance, her heart won’t survive seeing him again.
A man determined to destroy her...
Nicholas Claiborne hasn’t stepped foot in England since watching Ellie marry his cousin. He has no use for the gorgeous, heartless girl who betrayed him, or the title she abandoned him for. But when his business in India turns deadly, Nick must return to London to uncover a murderer – and take revenge on the woman he couldn’t force himself to forget.
A love they can’t escape…
Nick hates Ellie’s transformation from sweet debutante to jaded seductress. Ellie despises him for leaving her behind. Still, the sparks between them reignite the passion that should have been their destiny. As their demands of each other turn darker and a potential killer closes in, they must decide whether to guard the fragile remnants of their hearts — or find a way to fall in love all over again.
Series: Muses of Mayfair #3
Previous Book: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes, Muses of Mayfair #2
Next Book: The Earl Who Played With Fire, Muses of Mayfair #4 - coming late 2013
Genre: Regency Historical
Setting: England, 1813
Length: 91,000 words (full-length novel)
You may like this if you like: reunited lovers, scandalous widows, powerful alpha males, female friendships, painters, fabulous house parties, and couples who rediscover how to love each other
Customer ReviewsSee All
👏 absolutely loved it!
I've been wanting to read this story since the first book and I'm so happy it delivered! Gosh this book was awesome, their love so romantic. I think I loved this one more than the first 2. Can't wait to read more! Sarah, you're awesome!
The Marquess Who Loved Me
Excellent book and series. Really like the mystery in this one.
The Marquess Who Loved Me
There is such a fine line between love and hate and an equally unbearable condition that causes and furthers unrequited love between two lovers. This story delivers the raw emotion and confusion that surrounds the reunion of two lost souls.
The story contains plenty of humor, drama, and friendships elegantly played against one another and never leaving the reader bored. These characters became so real for this reader that I hope there story can continue because it could never be boring.
Kudos to the authoress and may her imagination deliver more richly developed stories!