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Summary

The Only Thing Worse Than Forced Marriage....

When Eliot Crenshaw agreed to drive Laura Lindley to her aunts in London, he didn't expect to end up stranded, unchaperoned - and married. He doesn't believe in love, but he does know his duty. What he doesn't know is how to behave when his marriage of necessity unexpectedly turns into a love match....

....Is Falling in Love

Laura Lindley's dreams of her first London season are smashed by a forced marriage to avoid a devastating scandal. But she finds herself devastated instead by her husband's cool and distant behavior. How can she possibly compete with Eliot's dazzling - and vengeful - mistress? Desperate to win his love, the young bride begins a rebellion that had all the ton agog - and her husband forgetting about honor and listening instead to his heart.

©1981, 2013 Jane LeCompte (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Ann Popejoy
  • 19-01-15

Fair story

Didn't like the way writer handled the mistress issue. The woman main character didn't put up a good fight. Gave up too easy

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  • Rebecca Watkins
  • 30-09-13

No romance, just predictable story.

Has Man of Honour turned you off from other books in this genre?

No.

How could the performance have been better?

She was a bit flat.

Any additional comments?

Not a true romance book. There were no real sparks between the main characters. The husband was hardly around at all. It's a decent story but certainly not a real romance book.