“…a truly charming and gorgeous story!” – Rae Reads
The Beauchamp Betrothals, Book 3
Lady Cecily and the Mysterious Mr Gray is book 3 in The Beauchamp Betrothals trilogy, but it is a standalone read – as are all my books.
If you’ve already read Vernon’s story in Scandal and Miss Markham (book 2) you will have caught a glimpse of our mysterious Mr Gray already. The story opens with Cecily – younger sister of Leo (Duke of Cheriton, and the hero of book 1, Cinderella and the Duke) and Vernon – attending Vernon and Thea’s wedding and suddenly realising that her previously settled life has been turned upside down. I really hope you will enjoy this story – it’s been garnering some fantastic reviews already, which make me very humble.
Now, Lady Cecily and the Mysterious Mr Gray might be the 3rd and final part of The Beauchamp Betrothals, but this isn’t the end for the Beauchamp family because there is another trilogy to follow – The Beauchamp Heirs. Again, they are all standalone stories and they follow Leo’s three adult children – Olivia, Dominic and Alexander, in that order. So please watch out for Olivia’s story (Lady Olivia and the Infamous Rake) in September 2018.
And here is the back cover blurb –
Love or family…
How can she choose between them?
Lady Cecily Beauchamp has always put her family first. Until she falls under the spell of the mysterious Zachary Gray – a man of Romany descent. Knowing her family will forbid their match, Cecily steels herself to do her duty and marry someone else. Only she finds herself irresistibly drawn to Zach as the spark between them ignites a passion neither can deny!
Praise for Lady Cecily and the Mysterious Mr Gray
“Janice Preston weaves her magic through her dynamic, eloquent, flowing prose and smart dialogues…I am in awe.” – Monique, Buried Under Romance
“…trust me when I say that Zach is one of the deepest, most lovable heroes I’ve read about in quite some time.” – All About Romance
“Janice Preston has created a series filled with charm, drama, intrigue and mystery all finished off with a big dose of passion.” – Kraftireader
“…a well-written, strongly characterised and emotionally satisfying story featuring two likeable principals who act, talk and think like adults – something that isn’t always a given in romance novels.” – Caz’s Reading Room
“It was sexy, romantic, fun and meaningful and I highly recommend it!” – The Blossom Twins