A convenient betrothal…
‘It will save us both from scandal.’
Widowed three times over, Lady Anna Fortescue is used to ignoring the wagging tongues of the ton. After finding herself in a compromising position with handsome bachelor Lord Harry Edgerton, to avoid scandal she ends up engaged again. The arrangement is one of convenience, but as Anna finds herself unable to resist Harry’s charms she realises the betrothal might have its benefits…
From the moment I first started reading this book, I loved Anna or Lady Fortescue. Because Anna has been married and widowed three times, she is known as the Black Widow.
There are two things that Anna won't give up to any man, and that is one her independence and two her shipping company. That is until she meets Harry or Lord Edgerton, where one by one he takes down the barriers that Anna has erected.
Because Anna is so independent, you would be forgiven for thinking that she has a cold heart, she hasn't...but she has been let down and she only allows certain people to get close to her one being her Uncle and the her cousin Beatrice.
Harry is gorgeous, the perfect gentleman and from their first meeting, Harry wants to help Anna and gain her trust. He has such a kind heart...but when people push him, he will protect the ones he loves, not in a violent way, that's not Harry style.
I can highly recommend this book and I will give it 5/5 stars.
The book is on pre-order at Amazon UK and is available to buy from 3rd May.
I received this ARC from the author in return for a honest review.