Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Disgraced Marchioness: Review

by Anne O'Brien


Henry Faringdon, the new Marquis of Burford, returns home and makes a shocking discovery. On his departure to America, his brother Thomas had married the woman who'd stolen Henry's heart- the alluring Miss Eleanor Stamford.


Now a widow, with a babe in arms, Eleanor is as dismayed to see Henry as he is to see her. Even more so when a gentleman arrives announcing his sister to be the true marchioness, claiming she married Thomas in secrey years before!


Embroiled in a scandal that could ultimately lead to Eleanor's disgrace, it is up to the Faringdons to uncover the truth behind such wicked allegations... to clear their family name... and to rekindle the love a man and a woman...

I found this book to be a tad predictable in a lot of area's, but it was also a fast read, and who doesn't love a fast read!

I will give this book 4 stars out of 5, had it been a slow read it might have only be given 3 stars! Ha, good thing for fast reads!

This book falls into these reading challenges:

Until next time...
Happy Reading!

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