When the Marquess Returns by Alanna Lucas

When the Marquess Returns by Alanna Lucas
Publisher: Sebastiani Press
Genre: Historical
Length: Full length (189 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

A Marquess in Waiting and the Cursed Heiress…

The ton is abuzz and mamas are lining up their daughters; identical twins Maximus and Lucius St. Albans are making their entry into society. But they’re not just eligible―they’re the missing grandsons of the Duke of Warrington, stolen as infants.
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However, Maximus doesn’t relish the battle with his cocky, reprobate brother to be the next Marquess. And he has no time for the simpering misses now vying for his attention. Only Miss Sabina Teverton has his interest.

She was resigned to life as a spinster but from the moment Sabina meets Lord Maximus, her heart is torn. She dreams of a match with him―but how can that be when she’s been branded as cursed…and she knows secrets of that night long ago when Maximus and his twin were snatched from their cradles?

Many years ago twin boys were stolen from the Duke of Warrington’s estate. The Duke’s son tried to find his children but he had a fatal accident and the children were never found.

Maximus and Lucius have arrived in London with their adoptive mother. At the theatre Maximus literally bumps into Sabina and falls instantly in love.

The book doesn’t dwell on the twins being found to be the lost heirs, it dwells on the sinister plot that spirited them away, and how the danger is still there. Sabina has her own problems with a mother who calls her the Cursed Heiress due to her different colour eyes. Marcus must keep watch on his twin who has been unstable since their arrival in London.

I enjoyed this book. The main characters were warm and believable. I liked the tension between Maximus and Sabina which didn’t seem at all forced. For once I wasn’t silently shouting at the hero and heroine to talk to each other. They did talk, but their reasons for not revealing all were understandable. This is an excellent regency book which I enjoyed reading.