How to Master Your Marquis

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2014 - Fiction - 308 pages
2 Reviews
Three intrepid princesses find themselves targets in a deadly plot against the crown?until their uncle devises a brilliant plan to keep them safe...

Of all her sisters, Princess Stefanie is by far the least amenable to law and order, which is why she's appalled to find herself masquerading as an unbearably drab clerk for the most honorable barrister in England. But her dull disguise turns out to have its privileges: namely, the opportunity to consort unchaperoned with her employer's exceedingly handsome nephew, James Lambert, the Marquess of Hatherfield.

Hatherfield quickly realizes that his uncle's spirited new clerk is, in fact, a lovely young woman of daring habits. The outwardly impeccable marquis isn't about to reveal her deception. After all, he's hiding a dangerous secret of his own. But when one too many escapades with the madcap princess bring Hatherfield's troubled past to light, it is only Stefanie's sharp wits that stand between the marquis and utter disaster, and only Hatherfield's daring that can save the princess from the shadowy agents bent on finding her.

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Review: How to Master Your Marquis (A Princess In Hiding #2)

User Review  - Diane K. Peterson - Goodreads

Very good book, but not as good as the first one. The mystery was a little difficult to follow since the book consisted of several flashbacks. The hero and heroine were both very likable characters and their relationship felt very genuine. Read full review

Review: How to Master Your Marquis (A Princess In Hiding #2)

User Review  - Wendy S. Marcus - Goodreads

I'll admit, it took a few chapters for me to get into this book. At first I wasn't a fan of the jumping back and forward in time. But once I got into the story I really enjoyed it! Read full review

About the author (2014)

Juliana Gray began writing as a child to relieve the tedium of being sentenced to her room, and later turned to romance to relieve the tedium of unsatisfactory suitors. Sadly, despite five years' residence in the most exclusive areas of London, she never met a single duke, though she once shared a taxi with a future baron.

Juliana's debut romance trilogy, A Lady Never Lies, A Gentleman Never Tells, and A Duke Never Yields, won widespread acclaim, including the RT Book Review's Seal of Excellence for August 2012. As Beatriz Williams, she is also the author of Overseas and A Hundred Summers from G. P. Putnam's Sons. She enjoys dark chocolate, champagne, and dinner parties, and adores hearing from readers.

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