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  • Love at any cost!

    Another beautiful story by Ella Quinn. Alex is thrust into unexpected circumstances with the title and guardianship of his sisters. Dorie wants to find love and to be useful. This is an endearing story. Both Dorie and Alex are great characters who show tremendous grace under pressure. The story follows them as they try to figure what Love is and how to grasp it with both hands. Many of the characters are familiar from past stories which gives you the feeling of visiting with old friends. You will enjoy their development as they make their way to a happy ending.

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  • Slow moving

    Slow and not much chemistry between the lead characters.

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  • The Marquis She’s Been Waiting For

    Alex has just inherited his new title and a whole lot of headaches. Dorie is looking for a husband but she will not settle for nothing but a “love match”. She is very intelligent and good hearted and has decided to help Alex get settled with the knowledge he needs. That’s when all the fun and twists and turns come about. Fantastic read. I wish I could give this read a “10”.

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  • How do you know it's love?

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. It's been a long wait, at least it seemed so to me, for this conclusion to the Marriage Game series. The Marquis She's Been Waiting For, by Ella Quinn, is listed as book #9 but It's actually #10. If you've not read any of the books in this series please don't miss them, they're very clever. Alex Endicott, new Marquis of Exeter, has arrived home to find chaos. Lots of chaos. His mother ran off to Scotland with her new hubby & left his underage sisters behind. He's not been trained to run an Marquisate & suffers from a slight case of dyscalculia. I've read of this syndrome and think I might be effected slightly. It's akin to dyslexia, but with numbers. I can't balance my checkbook, poor Alex has to look after his holdings & make sure he's not being cheated. Thank goodness for Lady Dorie, she took charge while the girls, & estate, were alone & has done a magnificent job. Marrying her would sure solve a lot of his problems. Love? No need for it, just get married quickly. He's a Marquis for heavens sake., it shouldn't be difficult. Lady Dorcus, "Dorie", Calthorp is a young lady with a good head on her shoulders. She's been taught to run a household and holdings too. Managing is a word applied to her often. Burned last season by a gentleman she's wary now. Backstory, he realized they were wrong for each other a little late but did manage to stop a catastrophe by bowing out. Dorie wants a love match & understands Alex doesn't care, he needs to marry soon. Alex asks his friends how to make her fall in love with him & how would he know if he loved her. There was some good advice and lots of snickers. It all works out in the end but I felt it dragged a little and then rushed to the finish line. I still enjoyed the book, don't get me wrong, but it's not my fav in the series. As always, Ms Quinn has a masterful way with the side characters. I love their stories & it sets up the next book without giving away too much. She manages to do this every time, I'm amazed. The guy who dumped Dorie? He's next. Poor guy. Another thing I enjoy is how Ms Quinn uses archaic words. While Behoove isn't archaic it's old fashioned & few of us use it. It sounds funny. Roundaboutation popped up again, love it, and a new phrase, quacking yourself! I almost choked on my coffee, it's a terrific scene. Happy reading & we'll meet again for The Most Eligible Lord in London in March of 2020. Happy reading. #Netgalley #EllaQuinn #TheMarquisShe'sBeenWaitingFor #TheMarriageGame #KensingtonPress

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  • The Marquis She's Been Waiting For

    Entertaing book. A lord left with the guardianship of 2 younger sisters and estates to manage gets help from a knowledgable lady looking for a love match marrige!

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