Unmasking the Marquess - K.J. Jackson

Unmasking the Marquess

By K.J. Jackson

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-04-18
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: K.J. Jackson
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Note: The Hold Your Breath books are each stand-alone stories, and can be read individually in any order.

London, 1820 

Some people are born with backbone. Others have to fight for it. 
List in-hand of suitable bachelors, Lady Reanna Halstead, the epitome of naivety, is thrust into London society with demands to gain a husband. To her utter amazement, she manages to capture the attentions of the Marquess of Southfork. Her love, dreams, and future are soon pinned on her marriage to this one man. One handsome, kind, fantastic man. 

One man, who has a very different idea of what this marriage will be. 

He will be hated, before he is loved. 
Killian Hayward, Marquess of Southfork, is only one step away from completing the revenge he has fought his entire life for. All he has to do is marry Lady Halstead. The one woman that is the key to his revenge. To his peace. 

The one woman that will threaten the very foundation of his entire existence. 

The Hold Your Breath series continues. 
A thousand reasons to hold your breath, and one to let it go. 
Historical romance with strong women, undeniable men, and hold your breath adventure.

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