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Lord Winter Vance, a notorious scoundrel and the marquess of Roth, must marry to save his inheritance, but a wife is the last thing he needs. Determined to carry on his rakish ways provoking his straitlaced duke of a father and scandalizing the ton, the minute Winter ties the knot, he dumps his starry-eyed debutante of a bride at his country estate and hies back to London.

But three years later, forgotten in slumbering Chelmsford while her husband gallivants in town, Lady Isobel Vance decides enough is enough, and she's ready to take matters into her own hands. When a case of mistaken identity leads to a devilish dance of seduction and an indelicate wager is made, this marchioness will show her marauding marquess just who he married.

©2021 Amalie Howard (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Reem Fransis
  • 10-02-21

Loved this story! ❤️

I laughed, I cried and swooned - a beautifully written story featuring a very spicy and intelligent heroine and a sizzling yet stubborn hero who pulled at my heart strings. I couldn’t get enough of Lord Roth! 🥰

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  • P18cle
  • 09-05-21

3 stars

Only 3 stars from me I’m afraid. I think the story could have had a bit more intrigue to it a bit less sex. Now I love a good story with sex in it but a lot of this was unnecessary. Also I found the narrator a bit distant in the sex scenes,if you know what I m mean,sort of? ....Um ....lacking in passion hence not making the scenes believable. I won’t be continuing with this series so I’m returning it

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-04-21

Oh dear ....

The book is heavily peppered with hot scenes of passion, innuendos and foul language of the "now time", definitely not of the regency era. Persistent irrationality of the hero is annoying. He seems to do everything to make himself suffer. Is he stupid enough to be his own foe?
We all enjoy fictional yarn with incomparable events; however, some logic must be present to tie things together. It's not the case for this "throw everything at it" storyline. An avalanche of sexy scenes disrupts the story rather than adding to it.
Narration is okay with an occasional mispronunciation. It pays to use the slightly higher speed to mask the irregularities.