Marriage Mart (1)
Published May 2013
Regency Historical Romance
Eugenia, at her presentation to the queen of England, ends up laughing at the worst moment, but when she sees William Grant being amused she can’t help but have laughing fits, and a great scandal erupts, and now Eugenia is ruined. Its all over the Ton, the newspapers, and beyond. So her only recourse will have to marry…and quickly. William Grant is fascinated with Eugenia, she is fresh and lively and lifts his spirits. Grant is a rake of the first order, and the last thing he wants to do is enter a respectable relationship with Eugenia. However there is something that draws him in, and he can’t help but do anything but making her smile. Soon he is dancing at debutante balls for her, and trying to play matchmaker, and a desire builds between them. William will have to decide if he can let Eugenia marry another man or if he will just have to marry her himself…
A fun and flirty regency romance is A Wedding In Springtime. This story is the first in her latest series “Marriage Mart”. This is also the first chance I have had to read this author. I had very high hopes for this story, and while it was a fun and enjoyable tale, I did have a hard time fully getting into it. My mind kept wandering from the story and I had a hard time focusing on it, so it took me longer to read it than I thought it would. I did enjoy the story line, and there were some quirky and cute scenes that are bound to make the reader laugh. The dialogue is witty and engaging, and there is even a couple of other sub plots in the making here. i enjoyed seeing it all of the plots be connected to each other, and it was very easy to follow. It was fun seeing this couple together, and seeing the variety of unique twists in the plot that brings them together.
Overall a sweet romantic tale that is charming, a story full of vivid detail, unique characters, and a story to geve you a ball of fun!! DELIGHTFUL!!