Step into Rare Confectionery on New Bond Street, where three talented sisters create treats as delectable to the tongue as they are appealing to the eye. One taste is all it takes to be captivated…
Charlotte hasn’t had anything go wrong in her blissful existence as a confectioner. Always smiling, she loves working with her sisters, and she adores her customers. Moreover, she holds a secret in her heart.
The Viscount Jeffcoat watches the joy disappear from the eyes of the most appealing woman he knows, as sweet as her marzipan creations. Desperately trying to right whatever wrong she is facing, he hopes to woo and win her, only to discover the unthinkable.
When it seems all she has ever cherished will be lost—and by her own carelessness—Charlotte turns to the one man who has promised her nothing while giving her everything. Can she and Lord Jeffcoat overcome betrayal and ruin to build a life of love and laughter?
My Lady Marzipanに寄せられたリスナーの声
- Laurie S
This is an entertaining series. The first was the most interesting, the second a little slower, and this one somewhat interesting, but even more modern than the first two. It also seems to have more physical freedom than the other two. The parents have always been in the background, but they are particularly missing in this one, and the daughter behaves far outside the norm of the day. My biggest complaint is that this is the well-endowed sister, and this story focuses quite a bit on the hero's physical attraction to her. It also includes some ribald insinuations from his friend. Both were a disappointment, as these stories should stand out consistently for the personalities and unique story lines rather than dipping a toe in the typical degradation of this genre.