How to Marry a Marquis (Lady Danbury's Influence Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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When James Sidwell, Marquis of Riverdale, offered to help Elizabeth Hotchkiss find herself a husband, he never dreamed that the only candidate he could propose would be himself..

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How to Marry a Marquis (Lady Danbury's Influence Series #2)

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Overview

When James Sidwell, Marquis of Riverdale, offered to help Elizabeth Hotchkiss find herself a husband, he never dreamed that the only candidate he could propose would be himself..

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  • ISBN-13: 9780061745621
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/17/2009
  • Series: Lady Danbury's Influence Series , #2
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 40,755
  • File size: 795 KB

Meet the Author

Julia Quinn started writing her first book one month after finishing college and has been tapping away at her keyboard ever since.

The New York Times bestselling author of twenty-four novels for Avon Books, she is a graduate of Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges and is one of only fifteen authors ever to be inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family.

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Chapter One

Surrey, EnglandAugust 1815

Four plus six plus eight plus seven plus one plus one plus one, mark down eight, carry the two . .

Elizabeth Hotchkiss added up the column of numbers for the fourth time, came up with the same answer she'd come up with three times before, and groaned.

When she looked up, three somber faces were staring at her-the three faces of her younger siblings.

"What is it, Lizzie?" nine-year-old Jane asked.

Elizabeth smiled weakly as she tried to figure out how she was going to put away enough money to buy fuel to heat their little cottage that winter. "We, ah . . . we haven't much in the way of funds, I'm afraid."

Susan, who at fourteen was closest in age to Elizabeth, frowned. "Are you absolutely certain? We must have something. When Papa was alive we always --"

Elizabeth silenced her with an urgent stare. There were a lot of things they'd had when Papa was alive, but he'd left them nothing aside from a small bank account. No income, no property. Nothing but memories. And thoseat least the ones Elizabeth carried with her-weren't the sort that warmed one's heart.

"Things are different now," she said firmly, hoping to put an end to the subject. "You can't compare the two."

Jane grinned. "We can use the money Lucas has been stuffing away in his toy soldier box."

Lucas, the only boy in the Hotchkiss clan, yelped. "What were you doing in my things?" He turned to Elizabeth with an expression that might have been termed "glowering" had it not been gracing the face of an eightyear-old. "Is there no privacy in this household?"

"Apparently not," Elizabeth said absently,staring down at the numbers before her. She made a few marks with her pencil as she tried to devise new methods of economy.

"Sisters," Lucas grunted, looking excessively put out. "I am plagued with them."

Susan peered at Elizabeth's ledger. "Can't we shuffle some of the money about? Do something to stretch it a bit further?"

"There's nothing to stretch. Thank goodness the rent on the cottage is paid, or we'd be out on our ears."

"Is it really as bad as that?" Susan whispered.

Elizabeth nodded. "We've enough to last the rest of the month, and then a bit more when I receive my wages from Lady Danbury, but then . . ." Her words trailed off, and she looked away, not wanting Jane and Lucas to see the tears pricking her eyes. She'd been caring for these three for five years, ever since she'd been eighteen. They depended on her for food, shelter, and, most importantly, stability.

Jane nudged Lucas, and then, when he didn't respond, jabbed him in the soft spot between his shoulder and collarbone.

"What?" he snapped. "That hurt."

" 'What' is impolite," Elizabeth said automatically. " 'Pardon' is preferable."

Lucas's little mouth fell open in outrage. "It wasn't polite of her to poke me like that. And I'm certainly not going to beg her pardon."

Jane rolled her eyes and sighed. "You must remember that he is only eight."

Lucas smirked back. "You're only nine."

"I shall always be older than you."

"Yes, but I shall soon be bigger, and then you'll be sorry."

Elizabeth's lips curved into a bittersweet smile as she watched them bicker. She'd heard the same argument a million times before, but she'd also spied Jane tiptoeing into Lucas's room after dark to give him a goodnight kiss on the forehead.

Theirs might not be a typical family -- it was just the four of them, after all, and they'd been orphans for years -- but the Hotchkiss clan was special. Elizabeth had managed to keep the family together five years ago when her father had died, and she was damned if she'd let a shortage of funds tear them apart now.

Jane crossed her arms. "You should give Lizzie your money, Lucas. It isn't right to hoard it away."

He nodded solemnly and left the room, his little blond head bowed. Elizabeth glanced back up at Susan and Jane. They were also blond, with the bright blue eyes of their mother. And Elizabeth looked just like the rest of them -- a little blond army, they were, with no money for food.

She sighed again and leveled a serious stare at her sisters. "I'm going to have to marry. There is nothing else for it."

"Oh, no, Lizzie!" Jane shrieked, jumping out of her chair and practically clambering across the table to her sister's lap. "Not that! Anything but that!"

Elizabeth looked at Susan with a confused expression, silently asking her if she knew why Jane was so upset. Susan just shook her head and shrugged.

"It's not that bad," Elizabeth said, stroking Jane's hair. "If I marry, then I shall probably have a baby of my own, and then you get to be an auntie. Won't that be nice?"

"But the only person who's asked you is Squire Nevins, and he's horrid! Just horrid."

Elizabeth smiled unconvincingly. "I'm sure we can find someone besides Squire Nevins. Someone less . . . ah . . . horrid."

"I won't live with him," Jane said with a mutinous cross of her arms. "I won't. I'd rather go to an orphanage. Or one of those horrid workhouses."

Elizabeth didn't blame her. Squire Nevins was old, fat, and mean. And he always stared at Elizabeth in a way that made her break out in a cold sweat. Truth be told, she didn't much like the way he stared at Susan, either. Or Jane, for that matter.

No, she couldn't many Squire Nevins.

Lucas returned to the kitchen carrying a small metal box. He held it out to Elizabeth. "I've saved one pound, forty," he said. "I was going to use it for -- " He swallowed. "Never mind. I want you to have it. For the family."

Elizabeth took the box silently and looked in. Lucas's one pound, forty, was there, almost all in pennies and ha'pennies. "Lucas, honey," she said gently. "This is your savings. It has taken you years to collect all of these coins."

His lower lip quivered, but somehow he managed to expand his little chest until he stood like one of his toy soldiers. "I'm the man of the house now. I have to provide for you."

Elizabeth nodded solemnly and moved his money into the box where she kept household funds.

How to Marry a Marquis. Copyright © by Julia Quinn. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.

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How to Marry a Marquis

Chapter One

Surrey, EnglandAugust 1815

Four plus six plus eight plus seven plus one plus one plus one, mark down eight, carry the two . .

Elizabeth Hotchkiss added up the column of numbers for the fourth time, came up with the same answer she'd come up with three times before, and groaned.

When she looked up, three somber faces were staring at her-the three faces of her younger siblings.

"What is it, Lizzie?" nine-year-old Jane asked.

Elizabeth smiled weakly as she tried to figure out how she was going to put away enough money to buy fuel to heat their little cottage that winter. "We, ah . . . we haven't much in the way of funds, I'm afraid."

Susan, who at fourteen was closest in age to Elizabeth, frowned. "Are you absolutely certain? We must have something. When Papa was alive we always --"

Elizabeth silenced her with an urgent stare. There were a lot of things they'd had when Papa was alive, but he'd left them nothing aside from a small bank account. No income, no property. Nothing but memories. And thoseat least the ones Elizabeth carried with her-weren't the sort that warmed one's heart.

"Things are different now," she said firmly, hoping to put an end to the subject. "You can't compare the two."

Jane grinned. "We can use the money Lucas has been stuffing away in his toy soldier box."

Lucas, the only boy in the Hotchkiss clan, yelped. "What were you doing in my things?" He turned to Elizabeth with an expression that might have been termed "glowering" had it not been gracing the face of an eightyear-old. "Is there no privacy in this household?"

"Apparently not," Elizabeth said absently, staring down at the numbers before her. She made a few marks with her pencil as she tried to devise new methods of economy.

"Sisters," Lucas grunted, looking excessively put out. "I am plagued with them."

Susan peered at Elizabeth's ledger. "Can't we shuffle some of the money about? Do something to stretch it a bit further?"

"There's nothing to stretch. Thank goodness the rent on the cottage is paid, or we'd be out on our ears."

"Is it really as bad as that?" Susan whispered.

Elizabeth nodded. "We've enough to last the rest of the month, and then a bit more when I receive my wages from Lady Danbury, but then . . ." Her words trailed off, and she looked away, not wanting Jane and Lucas to see the tears pricking her eyes. She'd been caring for these three for five years, ever since she'd been eighteen. They depended on her for food, shelter, and, most importantly, stability.

Jane nudged Lucas, and then, when he didn't respond, jabbed him in the soft spot between his shoulder and collarbone.

"What?" he snapped. "That hurt."

" 'What' is impolite," Elizabeth said automatically. " 'Pardon' is preferable."

Lucas's little mouth fell open in outrage. "It wasn't polite of her to poke me like that. And I'm certainly not going to beg her pardon."

Jane rolled her eyes and sighed. "You must remember that he is only eight."

Lucas smirked back. "You're only nine."

"I shall always be older than you."

"Yes, but I shall soon be bigger, and then you'll be sorry."

Elizabeth's lips curved into a bittersweet smile as she watched them bicker. She'd heard the same argument a million times before, but she'd also spied Jane tiptoeing into Lucas's room after dark to give him a goodnight kiss on the forehead.

Theirs might not be a typical family -- it was just the four of them, after all, and they'd been orphans for years -- but the Hotchkiss clan was special. Elizabeth had managed to keep the family together five years ago when her father had died, and she was damned if she'd let a shortage of funds tear them apart now.

Jane crossed her arms. "You should give Lizzie your money, Lucas. It isn't right to hoard it away."

He nodded solemnly and left the room, his little blond head bowed. Elizabeth glanced back up at Susan and Jane. They were also blond, with the bright blue eyes of their mother. And Elizabeth looked just like the rest of them -- a little blond army, they were, with no money for food.

She sighed again and leveled a serious stare at her sisters. "I'm going to have to marry. There is nothing else for it."

"Oh, no, Lizzie!" Jane shrieked, jumping out of her chair and practically clambering across the table to her sister's lap. "Not that! Anything but that!"

Elizabeth looked at Susan with a confused expression, silently asking her if she knew why Jane was so upset. Susan just shook her head and shrugged.

"It's not that bad," Elizabeth said, stroking Jane's hair. "If I marry, then I shall probably have a baby of my own, and then you get to be an auntie. Won't that be nice?"

"But the only person who's asked you is Squire Nevins, and he's horrid! Just horrid."

Elizabeth smiled unconvincingly. "I'm sure we can find someone besides Squire Nevins. Someone less . . . ah . . . horrid."

"I won't live with him," Jane said with a mutinous cross of her arms. "I won't. I'd rather go to an orphanage. Or one of those horrid workhouses."

Elizabeth didn't blame her. Squire Nevins was old, fat, and mean. And he always stared at Elizabeth in a way that made her break out in a cold sweat. Truth be told, she didn't much like the way he stared at Susan, either. Or Jane, for that matter.

No, she couldn't many Squire Nevins.

Lucas returned to the kitchen carrying a small metal box. He held it out to Elizabeth. "I've saved one pound, forty," he said. "I was going to use it for -- " He swallowed. "Never mind. I want you to have it. For the family."

Elizabeth took the box silently and looked in. Lucas's one pound, forty, was there, almost all in pennies and ha'pennies. "Lucas, honey," she said gently. "This is your savings. It has taken you years to collect all of these coins."

His lower lip quivered, but somehow he managed to expand his little chest until he stood like one of his toy soldiers. "I'm the man of the house now. I have to provide for you."

Elizabeth nodded solemnly and moved his money into the box where she kept household funds.

How to Marry a Marquis. Copyright © by Julia Quinn. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.

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  • Posted March 6, 2013

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    3.5 Stars ~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers

    3.5 Stars
    ~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

    How to Marry a Marquis very much fits that description it made me laugh and kept me turning the pages.~ Under the Covers

    Miss Elizabeth Hotchkiss is trembling on the very edge of poverty, barely keeping food on the table for her siblings by working as a companion for Lady Danbury. Her only way out it seems is for her to marry only she has no skills in attracting a suitor and leading him to a proposal and the only guidance she seems to be able to find is from a very silly book. With nothing to lose Elizabeth starts practicing her wiles on Mr James Sidwell Lady D’s penniless estate manager, only things aren’t quite as they appear and she never expected to actually fall in love…

    Julia Quinn books never fail me, they may not be life changing or sweep me off my feet, but they do always do two things, one, entertain me and two make me smile. How to Marry a Marquis very much fits that description it made me laugh and kept me turning the pages.

    Elizabeth and James were both very likable characters and had a very cute romance, it didn’t take any unexpected turns and so although predictable it was sweet and charming. A character you may recognize if you have read enough of Julia Quinn’s books is Lady Danbury, I love Lady Danbury she is a sharp tongued yet sweet older lady who manages to keep everyone around her on their toes with her cutting wit.

    A great book for some light reading, you may not remember much about it in a few weeks time but it will leave you with a cozy feeling and a smile on your face.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 28, 2011

    If you love Julia Quinn you'll love this one too!

    I've read all of Julia Quinn's books and enjoy them all! This one doesn't fail you! It's a fast read with humor and romance. I just wish the lead up to the ending was a bit different! But overall good story!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 21, 2012

    Another winner from Julia Quinn

    I've read quite a few of Julia Quinn's novels, and this is one of my favorites. Quinn is a wonderful writer who specializes in creating charming, believable characters and quirky, entertaining plotlines. In addition to a good imagination, Quinn has a great sense of humor. Her books often have me, literally, laughing out loud. I'm not a big fan of period romances, but I like Quinn's so much that I'm making a point of reading them all. Try one ("How to Marry a Marquis is a good place to start) and you'll be hooked.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2013

    Good story

    It was, like all Julia Quinn novels, a thouroughly enjoyable story to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2011

    I love all stories quinn

    While this story isnt as exciting as catching an heiress i still love it this story shows a different side to james that you dont see in the previous book its a cute story i just think that he was different in the other book i really liked him. in this book he just doesnt live upto the glimpse you get of in the previous he i guess just turns into everyother main hero. There was something reckless and charming i had hoped his pursuit would be more exciting and while shes cute patient responsible and all that shw could have been a little more

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  • Posted February 7, 2010

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    A Classic!!! where's the disney remake???

    I LOVED this book. From the first chapter, it was just wonderful. The paceing was excellent, and as I was reading it, I kept thinking,"wow, this is such a classic. I can see a animated movie with the disney logo already". Aside from the more mature themes of the book (namely the love-making and the almost rape by a drunk), It was a funny, flirty, fantastic journey. The characters were instantly welcomed by me, and by the end of the book, I had come to favor them above alot of other characters I've read about in other books. It was just RIGHT. ofcorse it wasn't PERFECT. I did feel it lag in one particular place towards the end, but even then, the plot was good and I look back at it as a minor thing.

    The story is about this poor ALMOST 'spinster' who has to take care of her 3 other siblings. She works as a companion of an old countess and one day, while returning some books to the Dutchess' library (after a funny attempt to bore her with bible 'begets' so she could leave work early), the red leather binding of a book catches her eye, and the title disturbs her even more. At first she thought it was a trick by one of her siblings bceause earlier that same day, she was discussing the urgency in which she needed to get herself married off to continue to provide for the family. She reluctantly take the book and on the way home bumps into a man who claims to be 'the new estate manager'. Little does she know, she's just bumped into not only the nephew of her employer, but the subject matter of her stolen book 'How to marry a Marquis'. He is at the estate at his aunts behest to try and use his many years as a spy for the war office to help figure out whos blackmailing her. Initial Elizabeth is suspected of it, but soon Sidwell dispels that notion and finds himself VERY interested in her. After a few stolen kisses and an embarrassing incident which exposes Elizabeth's possession of the book, Sidwell takes up her cause and tells her he will help her nab an acceptable gentleman (which we all know he has no intention to do). Ofcorse she is still oblivious to his true identity and in the process falls in love with him just as much as he has for her. It is widely known fact that Estate Managers do not make very much, and she tries to thwart her feelings for him, all to no avail ofcorse. After a scary encounter with a drunken womanizer, and sidwells heroic rescue of her, she decides she doesnt care if they live penniless, as long as she can be with him. There is a dramatic reveal of his identity, and hurt and embarrassed, elizabeth stubbornly refuses to marry the marquis and its a long stand-off that is cleverly resolved at the hands of the aunt who's more or less orchestrated the meeting and falling in love of her favorite two people in the world (unbeknownst to them). It ends steamy enough to leave a smile on your face.




    Elizabeth and Sidwell are the worlds cutest couple =) .... Do yourself a favor and read this book... it is worth it!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2010

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    How to Marry a Marquis (with the help of an instruction manual, of course.)

    Due to reduced circumstances Elizabeth Hotchkiss must take a job as companion to a curmudgeonly duchess. She comes across a slim volume in the duchess' library entitled, "How to Marry a Marquis" and guiltily borrows it, determined to use it as a how-to book. Since she is the sole supporter of herself and her siblings, she must marry as well as she is able. The duchess hires a new manager for her holdings who has agreed to tutor Elizabeth in the art of ensnaring a man. What follows is great fun and wonderful misunderstandings and misconceptions. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and Ms. Quinn's characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2007

    Funny and Charming, the most heartfelt romance!

    This was the first Julia Quinn book I picked up. I own and have read everyone of her books. Ignore the naysayers, this story is filled with something sweet and innocent. All the characters are great, even the animals have a romp in this book. If you want better rapport and dialogue, and a little less sex, this book is perfect. Besides, Julia Quinn writes ROMANCE, not porn.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2006

    This is an awesome book!

    This was the first book I read from Julia Quinn, and it was amazing! I fell in love with it the moment I started to read the first page. I am now a big fan of Julia Quinn, and I will read more of her books. She is a great author! The way that Simon and Elizabeth fell in love was so beautiful. This is a romantic and funny book to read. I love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2006

    so sweet and heart warming!

    I loved how this whole story unfolded, everything was written out perfectly and it was hilarious! I loved the two characters so much! James and Elizabeth are perfect for eachother! Dont miss out read it!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2005

    B O R I N G ! ! !

    After reading magnicifcent reviews of this authros' works, I decided to buy one of her best-selling books to see what the fuss was all about. I WAS SO DISAPPOINTED! The story is thin, the heroine's extremely low self-esteem is annoying, and the hero... well, I didn't quite get what he looks like. Also, the love scene comes at the end and is a poor 2 on the steamy scale. In short: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2004

    Funny, but not her best

    While I did find this a funny book and appreciate the fact that Eizabeth is a klutz, it still isn't Julia's best book. Read it to appreciate both her writing style and her humor. Most romances are predictable, but she always throws in some twists that make it interesting and hard to put down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2001

    Take it from us...this is the best book you'll ever read!!!

    This book was sensational. Completly halarious with great charaters that you fall in love with. We couldn't put this book down. We were doubled over with laughter. This book is a deffinite must have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2001

    A must have,

    This book was the first Julia Quinn book i read. It will not be the last. It is so funny, I would laugh so hard and loud that I woke the hubby up a few times. This is the kinda of book you will read over, and over and over and over.......

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2000

    I THOUGHT THAT LOVE HAD BEEN A BOY...

    This book was completely and utterly hilarious. Probably the funniest book I've ever read. I was so into the book that I read it in one night. And, being afraid I'd wake up the entire household laughing, I eventually had to smother myself with my pillow. If you are interested in a romance novel full of love(obviously), intricate and amusing characters, and gut-busting situations READ THIS BOOK!!! I would recommend it to anyone. Even those who don't like romance would enjoy it's comedy. Kudos to Julia Quinn for her fantastic novel. I laughed, I cried, I was part of this book. Thank you Ms.Quinn, and to anyone reading this... You can thank me later for my wonderful recommendation.

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