Ten Ways To Be Adored When Landing A Lord

Over the holidays I downloaded a bunch of library ebooks to my Sony Reader. One of the books was Sarah MacLean's Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake. When I finished reading it and found out there was a second book, Ten Ways to be Adored When Landing a Lord, I seriously considered buying and downloading the ebook immediately. But I'm trying to be thrifty so in to the library request list it went.

Nicholas St John, the twin brother of Gabriel St. John, marquess of Ralston, rather enjoyed his status as second son. There were far less mothers shoving their daughters at him in hopes that he'd marry them than if he was the first born. At least until a popular lady's magazine named him "London's Lord to Land" along with tips for how any lady could go about landing themselves a lord of their own.

Meanwhile, out in the countryside, Lady Isabel Townsend has her own troubles. And secrets. Her father, an earl, has squandered their family fortune wagering on everything they possessed...including Isabel's hand in marriage. When he dies suddenly she's left holding the reigns and trying to maintain her young brother's birthright and protect all those dear to her. When a young socialite ends up bringing Lord Nicholas and Lady Isabel together sparks, and roofing tar, begin to fly.

Totally fun read. I loved Lady Isabel. Her secret was awesome. I'm looking forward to Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke's Heart in April. Who knows, maybe I'll even buy it. ;)