A Marquess for Convenience (Matchmaking for Wallflowers Book 5)A Marquess for Convenience by Bianca Blythe

 

Genre: Historical Romance

Series: Matchmaking for Wallflowers #5

Source: I received a complimentary copy, however, all opinions are my own.

 

  • Publication date: July 20, 2017
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07448QCCN
  • Length: 200 pages

 

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Description

Lord Arthur Carmichael, Marquess of Bancroft, excels at everything, even cultivating a wild reputation to cover for the spy missions he undertakes for the Crown. Unfortunately now that he’s helped secure the peace, his roguish reputation is a hindrance to continuing in his career–unless he takes a wife.

Lady Madeline Mulbourne, the beautiful widow of a renowned art critic, is known for her pristine reputation. Who could make a more convenient bride? But when jewels disappear at balls she’s attended, Arthur suspects she might not be nearly as prim and proper as she appears.

 

 

My thoughts:

 

A Marquess for Convenience (Matchmaking for Wallflowers Book 5) by Bianca Blythe is a sweet, heartwarming story of a jewel thief, a bluestocking, romance and love. While, each book is a stand alone, I’d suggest reading the previous books in the WALLFLOWERS series, but not necessary to enjoy this story.

Lord Arthur Carmichael, Marquess of Bancroft, is a spy for the Crown. Lady Mulbourne, is a jewel thief not by choice but by necessity. Set against the French Riviera as a backdrop, second chances, danger and romance follows this couple on an adventure of hope, forgiveness, healing and a chance of an HEA.

Steady paced with an enjoyable cast of characters. A plot that flows seamlessly and effortlessly, readers will be transfixed by this sweet story. I enjoyed watching the characters come to grips with their passion, their love for each other and watching the story unfold.
Once again Ms. Blythe has written a story readers will thoroughly enjoy as they watch the characters grow. Ms. Blythe writes with compassion, emotions and her research shines through the pages of her story. Another great read!
I received a complimentary copy, however, all opinions are my own.

Rating: 4.5
Heat rating: mild
Reviewed by: AprilR

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