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Sexual situations may offend some readers
Bottom line: Loving the Marquess is a long way from the worst Regency romance I've read, but it's certainly far from the best. It's easy reading for a winter afternoon.
Miss Louisa Evans' family has been ruined by another branch of the Manning family tree. Now in desperate straits, her only hope is a marriage of convenience with the handsome and enticing Nicholas Manning.
This is a romance, so we know what happens in marriages of convenience. They turn into love matches of the deepest kind. I enjoyed immersing myself in the symptoms and causes of Nicholas' mysterious malady. The interplay between the protagonists and secondary characters was amusing.
I will probably read the second book in the series.
As for editing, there are missing words, a few typos & at one early point when our hero is described as standing, in the next moment he pulls our heroine onto his lap, with mention when or where he sits down.
I'd still recommend this as a quick, light read with the caveat that if you want a lot of depth to your romance, this isn't for you.
The shirt the guy on the cover was wearing looked out of era, very modern day and same for his hair. Except for his tan, he just didn't seem to be the guy described in the book. I do like the pose though.
Though a nice read, it won' t make my list of read again on a rainy night in Georgia when curled up in my lazy boy chair in front of the fireplace.