Surrender to the Marquess: A Regency Romance

Surrender to the Marquess: A Regency Romance

by Louise Allen

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ISBN-13: 9781488021183
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 03/01/2017
Series: Herriard Family
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 225,949
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Louise Allen has been immersing herself in history for as long as she can remember. She finds landscapes and places evoke powerful images of the past - Venice, Burgundy and the Greek islands are favourite destinations. Louise lives on the Norfolk coast. She spends her spare time gardening, researching family history or travelling in search of inspiration. Please visit Louise's website – www.louiseallenregency.co.uk, or find her on Twitter @LouiseRegency and on Facebook.

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Surrender to the Marquess 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Historical_Romance_Lover 8 months ago
I loved Sara and Lucian's story! Since meeting her in the previous book, I've wanted to read about her getting her HEA. I loved watching these two fall for each other even when neither thought that the other was what they needed. This was a great conclusion to the Herriard series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sandbay Dorset - 1818 Lucien John Dunton Avery, the Marquess of Cannock, also goes by the name Mr. L. J. Dunton, Esquire. As he steps into a store in this seaside town, he encounters the proprietress, Mrs. Sara Harcourt, a.k.a. Lady Sarisa Harcourt, and the daughter of the Marquess of Eldonstone. Sara is a widow and chooses to work in this store during the season. Lucien explains that he is looking for something to help entertain his sister, Marguerite, who is not well. He feels the seaside will help with her recuperation. Sara gathers a selection of items that might be of interest to her and heads off to the hotel where Lucien and Marguerite are staying. Sara and Marguerite have a nice chat and the young lady is quite intrigued to find that Sara’s mother is an Indian princess. Sara gets her to agree to attend a tea with other ladies at her shop. Once there, Marguerite has a fun time and is in great spirits. The town of Sandbay has built Assembly Rooms for hosting balls and other entertainment. Sara enjoys attending the balls. Lucien is quite surprised that she is so open to people and not concerned for her safety. That is, until she shows him her knife that she is ready to use to defend herself if needed. As Sara befriends Marguerite and gains her trust, the young lady confesses to have tried to eloped with her love, Gregory, but they became separated and then a tragedy befell Marguerite. She is so unhappy and only wants to know if Gregory is still alive. In the meantime, Sara and Lucien have become lovers which raises a problem when her family finds out. Sara insists that she does not want to marry again, but does she really mean it? At the same time, Gregory has been found and Lucien is pushing him to marry Marguerite. This story started off well but quickly became convoluted and boring. Lucien is a “do as I say not as I do” type of person and Sara is not at all endearing. It was a struggle to finish reading the story. Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.