- File Size: 2775 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sutors Publishing (March 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078WVC2GH
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,346 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lord Montague (Sons of the Marquess Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Melissa Frost was promised to marry the Earl of Deveron since she was a child and she has come to the Marquess of Carrbridge for him to make good on that promise, a debt of honour. However since the Earl of Deveron is Carrbridge’s four year old son, Monty steps up to fulfill the debt of honour and marry Melissa. He now has a pretty bride to make his life perfect.
But nothing is perfect. Melissa is running from a guardian who has betrothed her to a man she has no wish to marry. She is three months short of coming of age and into her inheritance and not able to marry without her guardian’s approval. Monty’s parsonage is full of rats and mice and spiders, the only habitable room the kitchen. Melissa wants to marry quickly, Monty wants the banns read and a regular church wedding. Melissa is afraid to tell Monty anything until she turns 21 and Monty and his brothers are busy trying to find out the connection between Monty and Melissa’s fathers. Melissa’s guardian hasn’t given up his plans to marry her off and even the mysterious Sharp makes an appearance in the form of his wife.
I loved this book! Mary Kingswood creates plots that draw you in and make you keep reading until the last sentence. Then she gives you a teaser to draw you into the next book before it is even available. She is addictive and I want my next fix (book). This is a voluntary review of an advance reader copy.
been told to get dressed nicely and have dinner with the family. She has been told that Lord Reginal was her guardian. She did not want to marry Mr.Pontefract, he was horrible. So she went in search of Lord Deveron, She had a letter and she had been promised to him. Lord Montague said, he would marry her. Now she possibly had a way out.
The characters were decidedly funny, thoughtful, and so friendly, It was the first time she could remember someone being nice to her. There are some twists to the story. It will amaze you. Lord Monty is a cleric and is waiting for a living to become available. I really had a hard time putting this down. Actually, I finished it at 4 A.M., it was that good.
I received this ARC and voluntarily reviewed it.
Now we come to Montague, whose great ambition is to be a clergyman. I suppose that could be considered admirable (at least he has some ambition) but for me it doesn't work. I just have no interest in an H who is a vicar. In fact I would probably have skipped this one if it weren't for the ongoing soap opera of the thieving estate manager and dear old dad's illegitimate children (who are identfied because they have the family nose.) I wouldn't have missed much otherwise. Again, neither the H nor the h are very interesting. I am more than ready for Lord Gilbert's story, which will end this plodding series.
If these books had not been on Kindle Unlimited, I would not have bothered. They are not badly written overall, but the characters just aren't that compelling, and to call them "heroes" is overstating the matter.
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(I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review.)