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Publisher's Summary

When it comes to acting the gentleman with Miss Abbott, this marquess is damned if he does...and damned if he doesn't.
In this scorching-hot regency romance, the Marquess of Alastair has doubled the dowry he is providing Miss Abbott because the sooner she is married, the sooner she is out of his care - and his fantasies.
To Mildred Abbott's dismay, her dowry is now attracting numerous unwanted suitors, and she has no interest in marrying. What she wants is an encore of her night at the Ch'teau Debauchery, where Alastair once fulfilled her most decadent desires.
When just such an opportunity unexpectedly arises, Alastair concedes to her proposition on one condition: that she never again return to Ch'teau Debauchery.
But when their families get together for Christmas and Mildred is confronted with her true feelings for Alastair, will the Ch'teau Debauchery prove too great a temptation?
If you're looking to heat up your Christmas, start listening to Tempting a Marquess for Christmas today!
Advisory: Listening to the previous book, Submitting to the Marquess, is recommended but not required to enjoy this scorching-hot holiday story.
©2017 Em Brown (P)2017 Em Brown
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By karen on 12-30-17

terrible story and worse narration

What disappointed you about Tempting a Marquess for Christmas?

Everything was disappointing, but the summary should have given me the hint. It was my own fault for buying the book.

Would you ever listen to anything by Georgette Brown again?


Would you be willing to try another one of Em Brown’s performances?

She was the worse. I can only think she was related to the author, and that was how she got the narration job. She mispronounced words and had no appropriate accent for any of the characters.
I can't believe such an erotic book could be made so boring and uninteresting. There was no emotion or excitement. She read it like she was reading a lawnmower instruction manual.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Tempting a Marquess for Christmas?

All the scenes were made boring by the terrible narration, so I can't determine which were unnecessary.

Any additional comments?

This team of author/narrator are just not working. They should both rethink the pairing.

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