How to Impress a Marquess by Susanna Ives
a wittily charming Victorian romance (Wicked Little Secrets Book 3)

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...George secretly follows the story and privately lusts after the heroine all while insisting that Lilith must abandon her undisciplined lifestyle and become a proper lady. This is a jolly good read with plenty of conflict and banter.
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"A fresh voice that reminded me of Julia Quinn's characters." —Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author

TAKE ONE MARQUESS: Proper, put-upon, dependable, but concealing a sensitive artist's soul.
ADD ONE BOHEMIAN LADY: Creative, boisterous, unruly, but secretly yearning for a steadfast love, home, and family.
STIR in a sensational serialized story that has society ravenous for each installment.
COMBINE with ambitious guests at an ill-fated house party hosted by a treacherous dowager possessing a poison tongue.
SHAKE until a stuffy marquess and rebellious lady make a shocking discovery: the contents of their hearts are just alike.
Take a sip. You'll laugh, you'll swoon, you'll never want this moving Victorian love story to end.

"With [an] intriguing plot, quirky characters, witty escapades, and heartfelt dialogue, Ives has created a read that's as thought-provoking as it is romantic." —RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars and nominee for Best First Historical Romance, Wicked Little Secrets

"Will touch readers' hearts. Ives delivers on every level" —RT Book Reviews for Wicked, My Love Top Pick 4 stars

"I have never, ever laughed so hard or swooned so much while reading a historical romance." —Long and Short Reviews for Wicked Little Secrets

 

About Susanna Ives

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Susanna Ives started writing when she left her job as a multimedia training developer to stay home with her family. Now she keeps busy driving her children to various classes, writing books, and maintaining websites. She often follows her husband on business trips around Europe and blogs about the misadventures of touring with children. She lives in Atlanta.
 
Published November 1, 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 20 2016

Blushworthy scenes of passion and a gratifying conclusion combine to sustain a very satisfying narrative. A charming romance about the ways in which words can divide lovers—and unite them.

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Publishers Weekly

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on Jun 21 2016

...George secretly follows the story and privately lusts after the heroine all while insisting that Lilith must abandon her undisciplined lifestyle and become a proper lady. This is a jolly good read with plenty of conflict and banter.

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