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    Fantastic Historical Romance

    The Mistress Enchants Her Marquis by Christina McKnight is an entertaining read. Ms McKnight has given us a well-written book loaded with fantastic, lovable characters. Eli and Samantha's story is loaded with drama, humor and sexy bits. This book captured my attention at the first page and kept me hostage until the end. I enjoyed The Mistress Enchants Her Marquis and look forward to reading more from Christina McKnight soon. The Mistress Enchants Her Marquis is part of the Craven House Series but can easily be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book that I won from the author.
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    Enchanting

    A quiet, strong hero, a vivacious heroine mix well, and you have a joyous tale. Well drawn characters and the regency ambiance flows through the story.
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    Saucy and Enjoyable

    Elija Watson the Marquis of Ridgefield is still mourning his beloved grandfather. The man was the only family he had, and Elijah travelled the world with him. Now all the mementos they collected over the years will be donated to a museum. Miss Samantha Pengarden escaped the madness that her sister's wedding is causing, to walk in the countryside. Unfortunately she didn't keep an eye on the weather. Our heroine comes from a scandalous family but is now being accepted because of their new connections. For such a well travelled man, our hero is surprisingly shy and uncertain of himself. This latest addition to the series is lots of fun, and a few tears. With our heroine and hero trying to fill the gaps in their hearts caused by abandonment. I now have to go and read the first in the series. A saucy and enjoyable read. I loved it.
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    Loved IT

    'The Mistress Enchants Her Marquis' by Christina McKnight is book Two in the "Craven House" series. This is story is about Elijah and Samantha. Elijah has grown up not in the mold of normal titled men. In addition, he has just lost his grandfather who he was extra close to. Samantha and her twin sister grew up with a madam for a mother and no real father. Now her sister is marring well and she if feeling somewhat lost. But their long gone father has come forward upsetting Samantha. Elijah sort of saves Samantha from a storm when she walks off upset at her sister's wedding. A friendship begins between the two. But can they get move forward from their friendship into something else? "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read.
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    Forgiveness

    Utterly delightful story. I loved how they both had issues to overcome so they could be happy together . It was divine having the message of forgiveness in the book for the main characters to achieve their happiness.
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