THE HUSBAND CAMPAIGN
A Marriage of Necessity
The moment John, Lord Hascot, encounters a young woman sheltering in his abandoned stable, his future is sealed. To prevent scandal—and protect Lady Amelia Jacoby from her parents' ire—he must propose. John's ability to trust vanished when his former love married his twin brother. Yet he offers Amelia everything she could want—except affection.
Amelia sees John's true nature shine through when he cares for his horses. But the brooding aristocrat seems determined to keep her at arm's length. Little by little Amelia will turn Hollyoak Farm into a home, but can she turn a marriage of convenience into a joyful union?
The Master Matchmakers: Wedding bells will ring when downstairs servants play Cupid for upstairs aristocracy
I've really enjoyed this series and am sad to see it end. Love the Regency time period and the conniving downstairs matchmakers and all the havoc that ensues. :-)
Once again Scott swept me back to Austen's England and I so enjoyed the journey. Amelia and John's romance has become one of my favourite 'marriage of convenience' stories. It is a tender love story punctuated with clever wit that still has me smiling.
I loved Amelia's gentle wooing of her husband. Poor John didn't stand a chance though he gave it a valiant effort. His ability to finally develop trust in his new wife makes for a tender inspirational thread. And Scott has thrown in a diabolical plot complete with a few ne'er do wells that will set your teeth on edge.
A definite must read for Regency romance lovers.
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