Marrying the Marquis

Marrying the Marquis

by Patricia Grasso
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Marrying the Marquis by Patricia Grasso

Daughter of a wealthy duke, Blaze Flambeau has no shortage of gentlemen vying for her hand in marriage—yet all she desires is her independence. She'd much rather devote her energies to caring for her prized thoroughbred than to the fortune hunters who knock down her door. But her father is ready to see her wed, so he makes her a bargain: she may participate in the racing season only if she gives each suitor a fighting chance at her heart.

One man, however, makes Blaze a far more scandalous proposition: her reputation or his bed! For Ross MacArthur, Marquis of Awe, knows something that could ruin her, and he will not hesitate to use it to win her. Blaze cannot let the Scottish rogue have his way—or her innocence—but never in her life has she been so tempted. Perhaps the Marquis's scheme doesn't pose such a dilemma after all. . .

Praise for Patricia Grasso and Tempting The Prince. . .

"Charming. . .her characters are a joy." —Publishers Weekly

"Great fun." —Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780821780749
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 12/01/2009
Edition description: Original
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)

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Marrying the Marquis 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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I would have rated this differently had I not paid $5.30 for a 200 pp book! A buyer should really be told page count before purchasing an nook book.
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You wont be disappointed when you read this story I highly recommend
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camaibarb More than 1 year ago
I have been waiting a long time for a sequel to this story. This was the first of her books I read and was hooked.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
One of the Duke of Inverary's seven illegitimate daughters, Blaze Flambeau talks to animals. Her stepmom the Duchess has no problems with the eccentricity of talking with animals, but Roxie Campbell is upset that her stepdaughter has no plans to marry. Roxie wants everyone happy like she is so keeps sending her eligible young men. In spite of her indifference towards men, three males want Blaze. Her father offers her a deal she cannot refuse re the trio of suitors. However, only Scottish Marquis Ross MacArthur understands the way to Blaze's heart is through her animals; specifically her beloved Pegasus. He offers to train her horse to run in a race, which she accepts. When her jockey is killed, Blaze wears men's clothing to ride Pegasus; not understanding a killer plans to murder other jockeys. As Ross wins her heart, he must keep his beloved safe. The latest Flamboyant Flambeau Regency romance (see Tempting the Prince, Seducing the Prince and Enticing the Prince) is once again an engaging historical starring a unique heroine, an awesome male champion, and a courageous horse. The story line is fast-paced from the moment Ross concludes how to win the heart of Blaze is through Peg. Fans will enjoy the latest entry in the delightful Flambeau sisters' saga as Ross pushes all of Blaze's hot buttons including scandalous, as he rationalizes to himself that the end of making her his justifies the means. Harriet Klausner