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    Rogues, Fortune Hunters and a Gentleman

    This book contains a shy heroine, and a hero who does everything correctly - he is known as Mr Perfect, so this leads to misunderstandings and frustration on both accounts. Mary is a shy woman whos's gold digging cousin is trying to compromise her whenever he can, in order for her to have to marry him so that he gets her dowery. So her grandmother and aunt come up with a plan for her to hide away and pretend to be married to the owner of the house that they hide her in, because the owner 'never' goes there. Christopher (Kit) Featherton is a handsome, charming man and heir to a Viscount and he does not want to marry. Kit had met Lady Mary Tolliver during the last season and knew that she was the only lady to hold his attention, even though they did not really talk. So he tries to sought her out during the next season and is unable to see her anywhere. He was about to ask Mary's brother where she is when he hears that there is a woman living in his house claiming to be his wife - he is not amused and sets off to sort out the misunderstanding. Mary has had to lie to the servants at the home she is staying in- pretending to be the masters wife, her relatives have not told her who owns the house and when 'Kit' strolls in asking for answers - she is shocked to realise that it his his home. When Kit realises its HIS Mary and hears why she is living a pretence, he sets out to help her. Thanks to friends - even though neither Mary or Kit take their advice for fear of rejection, matchmaking grandmothers and a rogue or two, this story is a lovely historical romance, there is a sub plot in this book to which I loved as it gave the story added extra depth.
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    first kiss

    A kiss, just one kiss. It can mean nothing or everything. Lady Mary Tolliver has been on the run for some time. Her goofy, money obsessed cousin Gawain (seriously, Gawain) has been trying to compromise Mary to get his hands on her dowry money. Mary's Grandmother & her close friends have been helping Mary hide and have decided if she marries all will end well. These amazing ladies are the best matchmakers ever, they don't miss a trick. Think of master chess players, seven moves ahead. Our hero is the Honorable (very) Christopher "Kit" Featherton and the Grandson of one of our matchmakers. Poor guy, he's doomed. Kit learns someone has moved into one of his estates and it's Mrs. Featherton?. Kit is pretty sure he isn't married so what's up. When he discovers who his "wife" is he's pretty pleased. He's still put out with old ladies but then again they've sent him to the one woman he can see a future with. When he hears the whole story he understands his "wife" must marry him or risk total ruination. Lady Mary doesn't think our Kit is interested in her since he won't even kiss her. With the help of friends and the Grandmothers Mary plots a trip to Scotland for their marriage mart season. She may be resigned to spinsterhood but her heart still wants true love and a family. Kit's got a tough time ahead of him but he must convince Mary that he's the man for her. Their future happiness depends on success. There are side stories that work perfectly with this story and the Marriage Game series. Ella Quinn has included lovely secondary characters and some will pop up along the trail of the series. I hope you decide to partake of the Marriage Game series. They're wonderfully written and flow well from one book to another but each stands up alone very nicely. As I always write, happy endings are a must. We'd revolt if it didn't happen. Enjoy and happy reading.
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    A delightful read

    A Kiss for Lady Mary is a fast paced absorbing novel. There is no point where you wish the couple would hurry up and reach the inevitable conclusion. There are enough twists and turns and sub stories to make this story interesting and very hard to put down. There is always something around the next page that you just can't wait to discover what happens.
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    Another wonderful book from Ella Quinn...

    Once again, Ella Quinn wins my heart! Lovely story and wonderful characters...that I totally LOVE! Though frustrated with the "misunderstandings" it is what makes Ella's books a joy to read. If you haven't read any of her other books, get to it! They are all a great read!
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    A mixture of romance, adventure and secrets.

    A Kiss for Lady Mary contains a stalker gold-digging cousin, sneaky matchmaking old ladies and two stubborn headstrong young people. Ella Quinn wrote a story that is a mixture of romance, adventure and secrets. Central characters Mary and Kit have always had hidden feelings for one another. The matchmakers(Mary's grandmother, Kit's mother and friend) concoct a scheme that will kill two birds with one stone. Protect Mary from her unscrupulous cousin and bring Kit and Mary one step closer to admitting their feelings. The story starts off a little slow but it is an enchanting read and quite funny in some areas. I received an ARC of this book for an honest review.
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