Married to the Marquess

To hate and to scold…

Derek Chambers, Marquess of Whitlock, has a problem: his wife. She is the single most horrifying aspect of his life, and the only thing he has ever enjoyed about her are their truly spectacular fights. As such, he prefers having as little to do with her as possible. So when she unexpectedly summons him to London, he surprises himself by going, and finds his life turned upside down in ways he never thought possible.

To loathe and to perish…

Katherine despises her worthless and irritating husband, and nothing bothers her more than the fact that he actually came to London when she sent for him. Worst of all, now that he has come, she needs him to stay. With her. And with his every smile making her heart race, she begins to wonder if there could be more to him than meets the eye.

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  1. Regency Romance Derek Chambers Marquess of Whitlock and Katherine Had been married for five years and separated for that time. They did nothing but argue and verbally fight every time they saw one another. He lived in the country she and London. She writes him and asks him to come to see her.he actually does and brings his friends to London too. They of course despise her and voices this to him over and over. Their’s was an arranged marriage from childhood and neither wanted to marry the other. 

  2. Great clean read! I loved the first book in this series and was eagerly looking forward to the release of the second book. The first look at the couple showed them bickering and being very harsh, quite shocking under the circumstances of their meeting. I had started to wonder if maybe I should have just stuck with the first book. But that part was quickly over with. They moved on and started working on their relationship. I completely got wrapped up in their story. I totally fell in love with both Derek and…

  3. Loved it! It was a difficult beginning for me as I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to get through the unkind and spiteful remarks between husband and wife. But knowing this was the intention of this book I was eager to see how Ms. Connolly would write the transformation of her characters… I was not disappointed in th least! She did it expertly well -writing plot and story line that was both believable and hard to put down. Thank you for keeping characters that didn’t turn “misish” but stayed true to…

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