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THE MARQUIS
by Denise Patrick

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1861 London

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This superb story has a mistreated but intelligent and strong heroine and an attractive and wise hero. The secondary characters are quite marvelous, and the little thread of magic that winds its way through the story and ties things up nicely at the end is skillfully done.

Andrew James Collings, aka Jay, is returning to England after 18 years abroad as the Marquis of Thanet. There are a number of surprises in store for him, among them a sister and a betrothed, Lady Christina Kenton.

Tina has been living in near poverty on one of Jay's properties with his 16-year-old sister, due to the manipulations of a dishonest steward. When Jay meets Tina, he realizes he's not averse to having her for a wife. Tina is also willing to marry him, even if it goes against the prophecy of her gypsy great-grandmother. But danger and destiny are in their future, as well as love and a touch of sorrow. (SAMHAIN, Sep. '08, 304 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: September 2008

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