A USA TODAY bestselling author of Regency romances, with over 35 books published, Maggi's Regency series are International bestsellers. Stay tuned for Maggi's latest Regency series out next year. Her novels include Victorian mysteries, contemporary romantic suspense and young adult. Maggi holds a BA in English and Master of Arts Degree in Creative Writing. She supports the RSPCA and animals often feature in her books.
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Guy Fortescue comes to England to claim his inheritance, Rosecroft Hall, abandoned over thirty years ago when his father fled to France after killing a man in a duel. But England proves to be a dangerous place - someone wants Guy dead.
As Guy seeks to discover who lies behind the attacks on his life, he arranges a faux betrothal with Miss Horatia Cavendish.
Unfortunately, things don’t go according to plan. An aspiring poet, Hetty proves to have a mind of her own but in spite of that, Guy finds her far too alluring.
Headstrong and lovely, Hetty agrees to the betrothal because it allows her to go to London where she can attend literary societies with her aunt.
THE BARON'S BETROTHAL is an exciting adventure that kept me glued to the pages, wondering what would happen next!
Hetty and Guy are a powerful combination, and when they join forces, it makes for a captivating read! Our Heroine, Hetty, is a somewhat unusual lady for her day in age - She yearns to be free to pursue her interest in poetry, she enjoys horseback riding, and is not obsessed with finding a husband...she thinks. Enter our Hero, the handsome, brave, and mysterious Guy. Hetty is drawn to him, feeling curiously protective of him.
I was delighted to be able to read The Baron’s Betrothal. It had a very unique plot with unexpected twists and a good pace that keeps the reader entertained until the very end. I found the characters to be very entertaining during their interactions with one another and enjoyed watching them trying to second guess what the other was thinking. I appreciate that the sexual scenes were done very tastefully and in a rather limited quantity. I didn’t want to put the book down until I was completely finished.
I enjoyed reading this book by
Maggi Anderson !
Guy Truesdale, the sixth Baron Fortescue, was half British on his father’s side and French on his mother’s side. Their home was set on fire in the beginning of the revolution. Guy, his parents and sister were able to flee but they were unable to find Guy’s twin Vincent. Guy is now in England to accept his inheritance.