Catherine and the Marquis (Bluestocking Brides Book 5) by Samantha Holt

Catherine and the Marquis (Bluestocking Brides Book 5)

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Blurb:

“For some reason, these gentlemen have a taste for freckled redheads but that last unmarried Chadwick girl will stay unmarried, mark my words. She is simply the worst of them all.” – Viscountess Charlecote.

All Catherine wants to do is look at the stars. Unfortunately, her Mama has better ideas. Being the last unmarried Chadwick sister means countless new bonnets, dresses, and meetings with eligible gentlemen. Most young debutantes would relish such opportunities but not Catherine—marriage might suit her sisters but not her.

The arrival of the new and young-enough-to-be-eligible Marquis of Thornefield does not help matters. The matriarch of the Chadwick family is determined it is fate and he will surely fall for Catherine just like every other titled gentleman has for her sisters.

Thankfully he does not seem interested in her at all.

After all, who wants to be married to such a stern, disapproving man? She has better things to think about.
Like his strong arms, and his way with horses and his… No. Catherine is not interested in him one jot, and her mother—and apparently her sisters too—will certainly not change that.