When a Marquess Loves a Woman (Mass Market)
The Season's Original Series
Avon Impulse, 9780062446374, 320pp.
Publication Date: November 15, 2016
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As a young, penniless gentleman, Maxwell Harwick knew he had little to offer Juliet White—the most beautiful debutante of the season—except his love, and one thoroughly scandalous kiss. But when they were discovered in a compromising position, a nearly ruined Juliet fled into the arms of a rich, older lord… taking Max’s heart with her.
Now a widow, Lady Juliet Granworth intends to use the fortune she inherited from her odious husband to build a new life in London. Five years have passed, but she’s never forgotten Max… or his soul-searing kiss. Yet it’s clear the newly-minted Marquess of Thayne has not forgiven her—after all, the infuriating man can barely stand the sight of her. But Juliet has endured far too much to give up without a fight and if it’s a battle of wills he wants, it’s a battle he’ll get.
He hates her for breaking his heart. She detests him for destroying her future. But beneath all the loathing simmers an intoxicating passion that neither can ignore… and the harder they resist, the harder they will inevitably fall.
About the Author
USA Today bestselling author, VIVIENNE LORRET transforms copious amounts of tea into words. She is an Avon author of works including: The Wallflower Wedding Series, The Rakes of Fallow Hall Series, The Season’s Original Series, and the Misadventures in Matchmaking series. For more information on her books, sign up for her newsletter at www.vivlorret.net.
Praise For When a Marquess Loves a Woman: The Season's Original Series…
“This is the author you’ve been waiting for!”
— New York Times bestselling author Sophie Jordan
“If you like enemies-to-lovers romance, then you probably want to read When a Marquess Loves a Woman... loads of sexual tension, a heroine who owns her shit, and epic sass-battles. [...] If you like banter and flirting disguised as fighting, I highly recommend it.”
— Smart Bitches, Trashy Books (A- Review)