“There was nowhere I could go that wouldn't be you…”
Lady Grace Birks, daughter of the Duke of Leosted, would like nothing better than to spend the holidays with her nose stuck in one of her novels. However, her plans are quickly ruined when her father forces her to spend Christmas with a man she despises: her very own betrothed.
With their last encounter a complete disaster, Blaise Keats, Marquess of Kirlow, is certain that he and Grace will never get along. With his responsibilities weighing heavily on his shoulders after his father’s passing, he knows this betrothal is sure to drown in misery. Until the day he finally sees Grace again, that is.
Led into a false sense of security by their budding feelings for each other, Blaise and Grace forget that even roses have thorns. Thorny vines that tighten around Blaise’s neck when Grace goes missing. Punished for sins that were never his own, his only clue is a trail of sapphires marked in blood.
*If you like a realistic yet charming depiction of the Regency and Victorian era, then Everything a Marquess Should Never Do is the novel for you.
This is Hanna Hamilton's 45th book, a historical Regency romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.
Pick up "Everything a Marquess Should Never Do" today to discover Hanna's amazing new story!