Six Weeks With A Lord by Eve Pendle

This is an interesting, amusing and romantic story. Everett is determined to be more responsible and moral than his brother and father, but he doesn't quite do that when he agrees to a marriage of convenience with Grace. Grace won't just give in to her father's machinations, she's convinced that there's a way to get her dowry and her brother without marrying the monster her father chose for her, so she agrees to Everett's proposal, and the stipulations they both want. Nothing is what it seems though, because both are fighting an attraction neither wants. The storyline is tense but sweet and steamy. And the twist at the end is great. It's a very enjoyable read with a very satisfying ending.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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