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Never Kiss a Notorious Marquess

Infamous Lords Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Mary Sarah
Series: Infamous Lords Series, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas

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They are the infamous lords, whose scandalous ways keep tongues wagging. But when darker whispers take hold, a spirited writer's encounter with a dangerously desirable nobleman may uncover the whole story....    

For James Trent, Lord Huntington, there's no escaping the question that labeled him The Murdering Marquess: was his wife's death a tragic accident or a cold-blooded crime? He's avoided London's gossipmongers since that terrible night, as guardian to his younger siblings on his Essex estate. But trouble finds him when a veiled temptress with secrets of her own falls - quite literally - into his arms.   

Caroline Lawrence doesn't need a man to rescue her - the aspiring journalist anonymously advocates for women's rights in a radical London newspaper column. But when a suffragist's soapbox speech turns to pandemonium, Caroline is knocked on the head and reawakens in Trent Hall - with the notorious lord of the manor irresistibly close. If there is any truth to his tarnished past, she should denounce him with her powerful pen. Yet love has a way of revealing a man's true character....  

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Renee Ann Miller (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Belle5620
  • 09-08-19

A good read!

I liked this book very much. The Characters were well developed and likable. I was looking forward to listening to James Trent’s, aka Lord Huntington, story. While I enjoyed the book, I enjoyed the first two books in the series better. I would have loved this book more if Georgie and Trent’s sister had been a little less of a twit. I think Grandma’s character could have been more a bit more fun. Still, I liked book and recommend it!