An Infamous Marriage

An Infamous Marriage

by Susanna Fraser
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An Infamous Marriage by Susanna Fraser

Northumberland, 1815

At long last, Britain is at peace, and General Jack Armstrong is coming home to the wife he barely knows. Wed for mutual convenience, their union unconsummated, the couple has exchanged only cold, dutiful letters. With no more wars to fight, Jack is ready to attempt a peace treaty of his own.

Elizabeth Armstrong is on the warpath. She never expected fidelity from the husband she knew for only a week, but his scandalous exploits have made her the object of pity for years. Now that he's back, she has no intention of sharing her bed with him—or providing him with an heir—unless he can earn her forgiveness. No matter what feelings he ignites within her…

Jack is not expecting a spirited, confident woman in place of the meek girl he left behind. As his desire intensifies, he wants much more than a marriage in name only. But winning his wife's love may be the greatest battle he's faced yet.

88,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426894596
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 11/05/2012
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 557,978
File size: 759 KB

About the Author

Susanna Fraser has been writing since the age of 9. Her youthful efforts featured talking horses, but she now writes Regency-set historicals with a focus on the soldiers who fought the Napoleonic Wars.

A native of Alabama, she never lost her love for barbecue or stopped saying “y’all” as life took her to Philadelphia, England and Seattle, where she lives with her husband and daughter.

For more information on Susanna and her books, visit

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I stayed mad throughout the book to have to read how Elizabeth was treated and stayed in the marriage those first five years while Jack was in Canada and practically welcomed him home with open arms and stayed in the marriage!!!!! I hate to read of a weak heroine!!!! She could have found employment Jack said he gave his word to his dying friend but left to dishonor his own Word by fornicating with other women after marriage and even keeping mistresses thinking Elizabeth would never know!! Elizabeth should have left after she found out and after his Mother passed. Even finding he swore there were no others which was another lie, how could she trust him????? I hated how this book made me feel, so mad for Elizabeth, I can not tolerate infidelity!!!!! Their love was based on a lie!!!!
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