Maddy and Nathan's relationship is a little unconventional, but it works in most cases. Maddy is doing what she can to survive in the world and Nathan comes off as a spoiled rich guy whose only goal is to piss off daddy. There is so much more to each of them and I enjoyed getting to know them.
The sexual tension between them was out of this world. Olivia Drake did a great job conveying the character's emotions and what they were going through. I highly recommend this book.
MARRIAGE TO A NOBLEMAN? NOT IN HER WILDEST DREAMS. . .
The daughter of a disgraced woman and a common actor, Madelyn Swann has been shunned by the nobility. No proper lady would traipse about on a Covent Garden stage, let alone sell herself at auction to the highest bidder. So why in heaven’s name would Nathan Atwood, Viscount Rowley, make a generous offer for her hand?
Turns out Maddy is exactly the type of woman Nathan wants as his wife. Finally, he can embarrass his snobbish and cruel father, the Earl of Gilmore?and scandalize London society?with his beautiful, unsuitable bride. Then he’ll depart England forever and leave his wife behind. Having secret plans of her own, Maddy is happy to play the role … only to find that enjoying her husband’s seduction requires no acting whatsoever. But as she falls madly in love with Nathan, can she persuade him to stay with her for always?