The Arrangement by Sylvia Day, Minerva Spencer, Kristin Vayden

Published: January 28th 2020 

Publisher: Kensington

Length: 336 pages

My Rating: 2.5 stars

Blurb:

Mischief and the Marquess by Sylvia Day 

Justin, the Marquess of Fontaine, and Lady Sophie Milton-Riley, are completely ill-suited to one another. But they will have to prove it in order to end to their mothers’ insistence that they should marry. Yet the more they attempt to demonstrate how wrong their union would be, the more surprisingly, irresistibly right things feel…

The Duke’s Treasure by Minerva Spencer

Plain, prickly Josephine Loman has loved Beaumont Halliwell, the Fifth Duke of Wroxton, since the first time she saw him. But the most beautiful man she’s ever met had eyes only for Jo’s erstwhile friend, who betrayed Beau’s trust by marrying his brother. Beau hasn’t been home in years, but when his brother dies in an accident, he must marry to save the impoverished dukedom. And Jo is the overlooked heiress who will turn his world upside down…

The Inconvenient Countess by Kristin Vayden

As the eldest in a poverty-stricken family of daughters, Miss Diana Katherine Lambson’s only option is a marriage of convenience. Her only prospect is a rogue with a miserable reputation. Her only true desire: freedom. And that is exactly what Charles Brook, Earl of Barrington, is willing to offer, in return for the respectability their union will give him. He will even provide Diana with a contract. But does she dare entrust her future to a scoundrel? Does she dare not to?

My Review:

Mischief and the Marquess by Sylvia Day. 

This was an okay read, yes the sex is scorching, but I found myself bored, and I didn’t care what happened to the characters. This was my least favourite.

The Duke’s Treasure by Minerva Spencer

This was my favourite of the three stories, Jo wanted to be accepted for herself and not just for her wealth. There was heat in this book, and I felt the chemistry between the two.

The Inconvenient Countess by Kristin Vayden

The characters are upfront about what they want, and I found this refreshing. There is no subterfuge just two people whose relationship develops through friendship and not just constant sex.

Overall I wouldn’t recommend purchasing this book. I had forgotten each story by the time I came to write this review.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 

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