Loving Lord Ash – Sally MacKenzie
Kit, the Marquis of Ashton, is in a sticky wicket. He married young and for love—how naïve. He discovered his mistake the very day of his wedding, but he is saddled now with a wife he’s reluctant to trust. And however much evidence he gathers against faithless Jess, he can’t seem to prove her guilt to the final judge—his foolish heart.
Jessica knows she’s bobbled her marriage, however innocently. A fairytale wedding makes no difference if she hasn’t got the marquis charmed to show for it. Well, she’s had enough of accidental encounters with naked gentlemen and near misses explaining things to her husband. It’s time to buck up and go win her man back—even if she has to fight very dirty indeed.
Every historical romance has its own charme, but after reading the first pages of „Loving Lord Ash“ I really was surprised by this nice idea. Not only the woman was a virgin but also her husband. Very brave of him to wait this long!
Nearly the whole book is about Kit and Jess finding their love. What started as a funny and interesting story slowly driftet into something annoying and a very drawn-out story. I just wanted to find out how they get together, but to be honest: This was very very poor, too.
During reading I wanted to read the other two books by Sally MacKenzie, but now I think otherwise. If they are alike I don’t want to know what happens to the other two brothers.
I cannot give something else than 2 stars. I am so sorry. The setting was very nice, I liked Jess and Kit but the story was to long and after the third or fourth misunderstanding just annoying.