The Marchioness

  • Title: The Marchioness
  • Author: Kait Jagger
  • ISBN: 9780993458443
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Marchioness Finally Luna Gregory is exactly where she belongs at Stefan Lundgren s side With the turmoil of the past behind them and their love for each other stronger than ever the future looks bright and busy
    Finally, Luna Gregory is exactly where she belongs at Stefan Lundgren s side With the turmoil of the past behind them and their love for each other stronger than ever, the future looks bright and busy, now that Stefan has assumed the mantle of Marquess of Lionsbridge and Luna is managing his ancestral home on the Arborage Estate Facing these challenges together, everyFinally, Luna Gregory is exactly where she belongs at Stefan Lundgren s side With the turmoil of the past behind them and their love for each other stronger than ever, the future looks bright and busy, now that Stefan has assumed the mantle of Marquess of Lionsbridge and Luna is managing his ancestral home on the Arborage Estate Facing these challenges together, everything Luna has always wanted seems to be within her grasp A home, a place in the worldd Stefan, the man she knows better than anyone on earth, who sees through to the heart of her and can reduce her to trembling need with a word, a touch.But their love is about to be tested by a ruthless new enemy, one who will stop at nothing to acquire Arborage Even as danger and violence spiral around Luna and Stefan, Luna s past is catching up to her the dark truth of what she is, what she s capable of Soon she ll have to decide how far she ll go to protect what she loves, whether she s prepared to risk losing it all.The final searing instalment in the Lord and Master Trilogy.

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    1. ***** 3.75 Stars *****Cannot be read as a standalone.The Marchioness is the third and final book in the Lord and Master series. Luna and Stefan are now up against a wealthy Russian that wants the Arborage Estate at all costs. It's up to them to defend their historical home. The story is steamy just like the previous books in the series, but I kind of felt a little disconnected. I'm not sure if it's because it's been such a long time since I've read books 1 and 2, but my feeling towards the chara [...]

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    2. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Fantastic! The perfect conclusion to this trilogy. Luna and Stefan have great chemistry along with hot, steamy sex. I love that the setting switches between England and Sweden since most romances stay in England. This is brilliantly written, and the fact that the author mentioned Garbage, one of my favorite music bands, made the story all the more sweeter in my estimation. Readers who love romance with a gothic f [...]

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    3. Luna and Stefan have to deal with lies and deception from a not so unlikely source. But the big question during is will Luna and Stefan make it to the alter? The wedding planner has dubbed her The Runaway Bride I found that a little unfair since she wasn't running away Luna was just having a hard time setting a date , All of your questions about Luna and Stefan get answered, I especially loved the epilogue which was from Stefan's point of view - he made sure you knew the exactly what he thought [...]

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    4. Short review! This book is so awesome!I like how the story talked about real things and situations. The story doesn't just revolve around the couple but other things too. I seriously love this series! I love every single one of it but this book gave me the biggest impact.I was right about Luna being a badass in her own way. She kicked ass in this book, not literally but figuratively. And I like how she's cold sometimes when needed. She is a very great heroine.I have a longer review of this trilo [...]

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    5. Searing heat. Deep lasting passion. Epic betrayal. Dark danger. The Marchioness has Luna taking her place and accepting her future while at the same time coming to turns with her past. The things hidden there are coming to light and they may just prove to be what she needed to weather the storm heading hers and Stefan’s way. In this final installment, we see that there was a full circle completed in Luna’s life. We find that the family drama, secrets, betrayal, jealousy are nothing compared [...]

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    6. I have no words none. Stefan treats her like crap and they have violent sex and all is well.ok I have to say thank god it's done and I am assured not to read the author again.Luna became everything she despised in her old bosspulative self serving and would do anything to keep her place. The kink wasn't even that good.Received an ARC by the publisher through NetGalley

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    7. The Marchioness is the 3rd and final book in the Lord and Master trilogy by Kait Jagger. This book wraps up all the mystery, suspense and romance the story has had plus add an additional layer to it . The Marchioness takes off in Sweden before going back to finish the rest of the book at Arborage to finish out the rest of the book. In this book, we see the heroine come full circle from when she started in book 1 as she embraces who she is instead of running. And Stefan , oh my Stefan…he is one [...]

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    8. Setting: The Arborage estate in England, Sweden, and Venice, ItalyCharacters:Luna Gregory - Former personal assistant, now director at Arborage; fiancee of Stefan LundgrenStefan Lundgren - Marquess of Lionsbridge; enigmatic businessman, fiance of Luna GregoryPlot: The Marchioness is the third book in the Lord & Master trilogy and, as such, it ties up a lot of plot points that began in the first two books. Luna and Stefan have been through a lot to get to where they are; they have certainly h [...]

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    9. Heart pounding danger and passionate love come together in the final segment of Lord and Master . This has been a journey of the healing power of love. The characters have developed into such wonderful people that I cannot think of going on without them. Each hour I read this last book in the trilogy I wished for the resolution. I yearned for closure and for these friends of mine (for that is what they have become) to have their happily ever after. Luna and Stefan and their family and friends ha [...]

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    10. The Marchioness, the third and final chapter of Kait Jagger’s Lord and Master trilogy, does not disappoint. Capturing all of the romance and conspiracy of its predecessors, The Marchioness takes off in Sweden before settling the reader down where the adventure began, at Arborage. It’s no secret to anyone how much I love this series, one I’ve recently compared to the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. Much like Claire Randall Frasier, Luna Gregory is a heroine to be admired and, admittedly [...]

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    11. I am struggling HARD to finish this book. ###SPOILERS###I just skipped and entire chapter where nothing but skiing takes place. I really don't give a shit that Luna's friends are boy-hungry lushes who have NOTHING but praise for. The whole scene was obnoxious and didn't push the story forward in any way. It's what we in biz call a "filler" chapter. Will update if I manage to continue.UPDATE: Nope. Cannot. The kink really isn't THAT kinky. Luna, you're supposed to be this savage goddess, able to [...]

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    12. The Marchioness, the third and final chapter of Kait Jagger’s Lord and Master trilogy, does not disappoint. Capturing all of the romance and conspiracy of its predecessors, The Marchioness takes off in Sweden before settling the reader down where the adventure began, at Arborage. It’s no secret to anyone how much I love this series, one I’ve recently compared to the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. Much like Claire Randall Frasier, Luna Gregory is a heroine to be admired and, admittedly [...]

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    13. WowI read all three in the series within a week in quick succession. Love the writer 's use of words, the full out fleshing of the characters. just loved it. Would love another in the series to read.

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    14. ***ARC received in exchange of an honest review***Review to come SOON!

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    15. After reading book 1, I wasn't sure if I wanted to continue the series. I decided to do so before I forgot all the various characters, but admittedly I skipped book 2. The description just didn't appeal to me.This book was much better than the first one. The story was tighter with no long passages or descriptions that added nothing to the book. Luna and Stephan are still working out tbeir relationship, and Luna was more likeable, more mature, here. She works through her demons and does what she [...]

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