Book Review: Her Wicked Marquess by Stacy Reid


Title: Her Wicked Marquess

By: Stacy Reid

Genre: Historical Romance

Pages: 400

Release Date: December 29th, 2020

Publisher: Entangled: Amara

Rating: ★★★★☆


Summary from Goodreads:

Miss Maryann Fitzwilliam is too witty and bookish for her own good. No gentleman of the ton will marry her, so her parents arrange for her to wed a man old enough to be her father. But Maryann is ready to use those wits to turn herself into a sinful wallflower.

When the scandal sheet reports a sighting of Nicolas St. Ives, the Marquess of Rothbury, climbing out the chamber windows of a house party, Maryann does the unthinkable. She anonymously claims that the bedchamber belonged to none other than Miss Fitzwilliam, tarnishing her own reputation—and chances of the dastardly union her family secured for her. Now she just needs to convince the marquess to keep his silence.

Turns out Nicolas allows for the scandal to perpetuate for his own reasons… But when Maryann’s parents hold fast to their arranged marriage plan, it’ll take a scandal of epic proportions for these two to get out of this together.


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The complexity of this story is amazing. We sift through scandal, revenge and the need for escape. I really enjoyed the way the characters interacted and the chemistry between Nicolas and Maryann. Their steamy, but strange relationship makes my mouth water.
Ms. Reid has put forth another wonderful romance that will make your spine tingle.
Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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