“If only it had been you! I wanted it so desperately to be you…”
Mary Ann has always found solace in her books. Other than her twin sister, Eliza, they were her only friends. Now, with Eliza so close to abandoning her for the joys of marriage, alone against Aaron Bannerman’s relentless pursuits, she turns to them once again. But in the borrowed book’s margins, she will find a new friend, one she never expected…
Hugh Bannerman, the Duke of Keats, never wanted to be a duke in the first place. He would have been content as a scholar, lost in his library, but his mother and three brothers rely on him to lead the household. At least Owen has found the love of his life. If only her sister wasn’t making everything so difficult…
But even as everyone is waiting with bated breath, a proposal doesn’t come. In anticipation of well and truly losing her sister, Mary Ann opens up to the mysterious commenter on the margins. But who could it be? And how can she fall in love with a man she doesn’t even know?
*If you like powerful Dukes, loving Duchesses and a marvelous depiction of the majestic Regency and Victorian era, then Falling for the Duke in the Margins is the novel for you.
An enchanting regency romance of 80,000 words (around 400 pages), written by Emma Linfield and published by Cobalt Fairy.
No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.
Pick up "Falling for the Duke in the Margins" today to discover Emma's amazing new story!