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Tempting the Marquess: A Weston Novel

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After his wife's death, Jason Traherne, Marquess of Sheldon, shut his heart to everyone but his son. But there's something about Olivia Weston's unique blend of sweetness and sensuality which tempts him beyond all reason.

Though there's nothing suitable about the feelings he inspires in her, Livvy can't help falling for the marquess...but can she persuade him to let go of the past and risk his heart again?

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Overview

After his wife's death, Jason Traherne, Marquess of Sheldon, shut his heart to everyone but his son. But there's something about Olivia Weston's unique blend of sweetness and sensuality which tempts him beyond all reason.

Though there's nothing suitable about the feelings he inspires in her, Livvy can't help falling for the marquess...but can she persuade him to let go of the past and risk his heart again?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451230447
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Series: Weston Novel Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 705,881
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted May 7, 2010

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    wonderful Weston woman's witty war

    In 1798 Lady Olivia Weston is about to have her debut London season. A die hard romantic, Olivia is pragmatic as she knows she will marry out of need not desire. However, she can dream of an adventure with one of the hunks who star in her readings.

    Olivia and her aunt head to Wales for Christmas. When she meets Lord Jason Traherne, father of an ailing child, she thinks he stepped out of one of her books as a menacing hero. As she tries to understand the man, she falls in love as does he. However, she believes deep in her hurting heart he still loves his late wife and has not moved passed her death.

    The latest Weston Regency romance (see Promise Me Tonight) is an engaging tale mostly due to Olivia who is the late eighteenth century version of Bonnie Tyler's song "I Need a Hero". However, she soon learns the other side of holding out for a hero as he has traits that are not endearing to her; on the other hand his kisses are. Sub-genre readers will relish this Weston woman's witty war for love with her reluctant hero.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted June 14, 2012

    Wish there were more Westons!

    Olivia and Jason's story can stand alone but should be read after Promise Me Tonight. Olivia is a bookworm whose hobby is arranging librairies While arranging one library Olivia finds what looks to be a treasure hunt with clues all around the library. Being curious she follows them all the way to Scotland to find Jason who is no longer the man who wrote the clues but a broken shell of what he used to be. Sparks fly, books get rearranged, and two very large dogs steal the show. Waiting for the next book hoping Sara Lindsey writes one!

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