Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Another great review! *****

The Reluctant Marquess Written by Maggi Andersen

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Ahhhhhh....Cornwall, England in the 1700's....castles, servants, butlers, sumptuous meals, lords, and ladies. This book had all of my favorite things when it comes to books set in this time period.  
The story begins when Charity is summoned to the castle thinking she is to meet with her Godfather, but finds out he has passed away and that she is to marry the Marquess whom she never met.  Charity is a sweet young lady, but one with a mind of her own much to the dismay of Robert, the Marquess.  Robert is a dashing man with marriage as not part of his plans and one who most likely would not be faithful. 

The reader will follow Robert and Charity through the sweet times and also the tense times, but you will love it either way.  Charity is trying to change Robert into a loving, faithful husband......will she succeed or is she too stubborn to try to make her marriage happy? Read this quick, entertaining read to find out. 

The author does an excellent job of bringing details to life whether it is in describing a scene or a character.  The description of the rooms in the castle was wonderful...I could just envision it all and could imagine what fun it would be to live there even though I know all the rooms had to be quite cold.  I loved the chivalry and the concern with proper etiquette at formal and informal events and how the ladies had to be accompanied when they went out. 
This book caught my attention from the first page.  If you enjoy this time period, appealing characters, and some romance, you will definitely like THE RELUCTANT MARQUESS.

2 comments:

Laurel said...

It is a great review, Maggi. You must be pleased with it. Cheers

Maggi Andersen said...

Hi Laurel, always nice to get a good review. Thanks for stopping by.