Book Review

‘Winning Miss Wakefield’ by Vivienne Lorret

wmw vlSTORY: She’s got nothing left to lose…

With her fiancé suddenly engaged to another and her reputation in tatters, Merribeth Wakefield needs a bold plan to reclaim her life. She must be brave. Confident. She must … kiss a rake? The suggestion is ludicrous! Yet when Merribeth finds herself alone with the dark and brooding Lord Knightswold, suddenly the plan doesn’t seem so farfetched. So she does something she never thought she’d do—she kisses him.

But he has everything to gain…

The Marquess of Knightswold—Bane to most—has no use for the affections of women. Well, none lasting longer than a single night. A plot for revenge weighs heavy on his mind, leaving no room for romance. But then a shy, witty miss borrows a kiss from him in a darkened room, and everything he thought he knew about innocent debutantes vanishes along with her.

When a twist of fate brings Merribeth within Bane’s grasp, he’ll have to resist her charms—or risk losing everything—for the sake of his heart.

REVIEW: This second book in Ms. Lorrett’s Wallflower Weddings series was as good as the first book, but more diabolical in plot and feel.

The heroine, Merribeth, was a bit too meek at the start of the story, but by the end of the book she finds her stride and strength.

I truly adored the hero! I think he made this book worth the read. I thoroughly enjoyed him and his journey to his happily ever after. He did a great job hiding his true self from the ton, but deep down lurked a man of gold.

I liked the awkwardness of the romance in the beginning, and following those two was a joy.

If you’re a fan of “jilted” tropes, this one is very well written, fast paced and even has a few surprises I didn’t see coming.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher


2 thoughts on “‘Winning Miss Wakefield’ by Vivienne Lorret”

  1. I read the first book in the series, Daring Miss Danvers, & hope to get to the rest of the series. This sounds like a good one! Also, the newest book, The Debutante is Mine, is really good!

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