Review: The Misbehaving Marquess by Leigh LaValle

The Misbehaving Marquess by Leigh LaValle Series: Naughty in Nottinghamshire #1 Published by Heart Bay Publishing on October 26, 2012 Pages: 90 Goodreads Having awaited the return of her husband for half a decade, Catherine Raybourne, the Marchioness of Foster, has no intention of reconciling with her misbehaving marquess. But when he insists he needs an heir-immediately-she must confront her own lingering desires. Can she protect her heart while attempting to win his once again? (This was originally published in the e-book anthology THREE WEDDINGS AND A MURDER.) Note: I saw this on netgalley and grabbed it, not realizing I’d read it in the anthology called Three Weddings and a Murder. Each story from that anthology is now available as a standalone. I can’t recommend enough each story. My original review of Three Weddings and a Murder can be found here 4.5 stars Leigh LaValle has a great story about love, betrayal and forgiveness. My favorite part was that the H/h are a married couple, and this story takes place 5 years after the wedding. Right after they got married, Cat was accidentally compromised, sort of. It was innocent enough, but it made a cuckold of her new husband, and his solution was to bail. He left her. For 5 years. And in this story, it all begins with a pair of boots. Cat is walking out the door...

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