Book Review: Meddle in a Marquess’s Affairs by Tammy Andresen

Meddle in a Marquess’s Affairs by Tammy Andresen

How to Reform a Rake Series (Book 2)

February 26, 2019

Historical Romance/Victorian




Rakes make the worst husbands…

Not that Rex Baluster, the Marquess of Highwater would want her anyway. But when he arrived at Lady Camille Ducat’s door shot and near death, she didn’t hesitate to help him. She had no reputation to preserve after all. She’d given that up when she ended her engagement to another rake. And though her heart beat wildly every time she looked at Rex, she knew that to involve herself with such a man would only lead to heartache.

When the Duke of Longley asked him to help right a wrong, Rex agreed without question. He wasn’t like most lords, having grown up as a street urchin in London’s notorious Docklands. He talked best with his fists. Nor was he afraid when he was wounded. Somehow, Rex had always assumed his end would be as violent as his beginning. What he didn’t expect was for a beautiful angel with the gentlest touch he’s ever known to nurse him back to health. If only he were the type of man who could be a good husband to Lady Camille.

The more time Rex spends with Camille, however, the harder it is to deny his feelings. Can they put their pasts aside? Rakes, after all, make the BEST husbands.

This is a standalone romance but is part of a five book series with a prologue:

How to Reform a Rake – available now
Don’t Tell a Duke You Love Him – available now
Meddle in a Marquess’s Affairs – available now
Never Trust an Errant Earl – March 26, 2019
Never Kiss an Earl at Midnight – April 23, 2019
Make a Viscount Beg – coming soon



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Meddle in a Marquess’s Affairs is engrossing from the first page. The dialogue, characters, and their circumstances are interesting and engaging. I am enjoying this series which is based around five friends, who are all Rakes, five sisters, a bet, and a gypsy. You really need to read How to Reform a Rake first. It’s a very short prologue introduction to the series (it’s FREE). I also recommend that you read book 1, Don’t Tell a Duke You Love Him to get the full effect of the series. Max and Lily from that story are a big part of this story too. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of this series and seeing how each of Ducat sisters handle their Rakes and how the Rakes fall for their Ducat sister. Such a fun series.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (March 16, 2019)



Tammy AndresenTammy Andresen lives with her husband and three children just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She grew up on the Seacoast of Maine, where she spent countless days dreaming up stories in blueberry fields and among the scrub pines that line the coast. Her mother loved to spin a yarn and Tammy filled many hours listening to her mother retell the classics. It was inevitable that at the age of 18, she headed off to Simmons College, where she studied English literature and education. She never left Massachusetts but some of her heart still resides in Maine and her family visits often.








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