September 10, 2019


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Hot historical romance times three!
In Becoming Lady Thomas,, Elisabeth has fallen in love with the neighbor boy and they have plans to marry. However, he and her sister go off to university and their courtship is put on hold for four years. When he returns, they expect to pick up where they left off, but due to unforeseen circumstances, and the possessive glance of a nobleman, plans change and Lissa is set to marry someone else. At first resistant, which was completely understandable, Jasper's patience, determination, and outright sexiness ultimately wore her down and she soon realized that her happily ever after was always with him. With a bit of drama and a lot of hot moments, this story was deliciously entertaining.

In Becoming Countess Dumont, I didn't expect to like it. I had already learned to hate Elisabeth's sister, Edith, in the previous book after her disgusting betrayal and had little hope that she'd be able to redeem herself in my eyes. No doubt, this girl was a hoe. She was cunning and manipulative and came off as heartless. But really, she was looking for someone to love her. Even her lack of loyalty for her sister came down to a search for someone to care for her. When Jasper's best friend offers her a marriage of convenience, a relationship in name only, she jumps at the chance to better her station. For six months, they still haven't consummated their marriage and have taken lovers. One bad encounter has them both opening their eyes to what could be between them and I got to see another side to Edith and while I still didn't like her, I wasn't actively hating her either. The author made me enjoy the intimacy that developed between Edith and Alexander and I couldn't resist a few chuckles at their banter. Even when they were being antagonistic towards each other, I was charmed and in the end I found myself smiling at this story. Go figure!

In Becoming Mrs. Benedict, Alexander's younger brother gets his own shot at love with Ella, who is the baby sister of Elisabeth and Edith. This story was a lot darker than the first two and went down a path I wasn't expecting. Ella is very much alone, taking care of her dying father, and living out some silly fantasies in her mind. She even romanticizes the man who professed his love for Lissa and ended up sleeping with Edith. Why she thought this guy was marriage material was beyond me, but I guess it fed into the mania of this story. William is very much a villain and her juvenile idol worship is no more. Ella is forced to make some hard choices and they scar her. However, the love of a good man, Alcott, just might be the medicine to heal her broken soul. I loved how the author didn't have them just jump into anything so soon after 'the ordeal'. Everything flowed organically and watching these two navigate their way to true love was so worthwhile. This story ended up competing for first place in my heart when it comes to this series and won by a landslide. Who doesn't love a dashing hero and a slightly unhinged, not such a damsel at all, heroine?

Book Synopsis

Becoming Lady Thomas

Becoming Lady Thomas by K WebsterElisabeth Merriweather has one destiny.

His name is William.

The moment William returns from university, he has promised to marry his childhood sweetheart, Elisabeth. Unfortunately, as he prepares to propose, they learn that her father has done the unthinkable. In an effort to save their farm, he has incurred an exuberant amount of gambling debts that he cannot ever repay and become involved with a man of incredible wealth and power.

His name is Lord Thomas.

When the debtor decides to pardon the debt in exchange for one simple favor, Elisabeth’s father wholeheartedly agrees. Lord Thomas, upon seeing the portrait of the three beautiful daughters, negotiates to marry the daughter of his choosing.

He chooses Elisabeth.

What happens when Elisabeth’s entire life plan is overturned by one simple deal with the devil and she’s whisked away to London as his prize?

Will her traitorous heart fall for Lord Thomas, or will it stay true to William?

Becoming Countess Dumont

Becoming Countess Dumont by K Webster
Edith Merriweather has done deplorable things in her past, including breaking her younger sister’s heart by betraying her in the most unforgiveable way. Edith is ready to come clean and beg for forgiveness when a handsome stranger enters her life.

He offers her an escape from reality, where she is destined to be a poor, single woman for the rest of her years. This man entices her with a contract she simply cannot refuse.

The great Earl of Havering, Alexander Dumont, has chosen to wed Edith.

But not because the playboy loves her. No, Alexander needs a wife in order to convince his father that he’s settled down and capable of inheriting their exorbitant amount of wealth. He promises to lavish Edith with his riches and indulge her in any desire she could ever want, including allowing her to have as many lovers as she so pleases. And the most appealing part of it all is she’ll also become a countess.

Together, Alexander and Edith conspire to pull off one of the greatest deceptive acts of their time.

Somewhere along the way, though, the lines of their faux marriage become blurred and something altogether foreign enters the picture.


Will becoming Countess Dumont weaken Edith’s heart, which she’s always kept protected under a hard, callous outer shell? And if Alexander breaks her vulnerable heart, will she be able to continue the sham of their marriage or reveal the falsehood to his father?

Becoming Mrs. Benedict

Becoming Mrs. BenedictElla Merriweather has watched her sisters grow up and fall madly in love with men that cherish and adore them. She wants to find that kind of love. However, she’s saddled with taking care of their dying father on the farm where she was left behind so easily.
When she went to her older sister’s wedding, she had met a man, Alcott Dumont, and he was intoxicatingly handsome. She was immediately taken by his charms and began to fanaticize about a life with him. Unfortunately, a year later and he has never come to court her like she so desperately dreamed about.
One evening, William Benedict, her sister Elisabeth’s previous fiancΓ©, shows up and is ready to whisk her away. She nearly relinquishes in to settling with a man like William for he is handsome and could take care of her. However, William has other plans for Ella. Plans that involve revenge, her sought after virginity, and a vendetta at having lost his prior fiancΓ©e to Lord Thomas.
Will Ella fall in love with William despite the circumstances that have brought them together? Is her destiny to become Mrs. Benedict?
Or will someone, the man she was once charmed, by decide to show up and win her heart over just in time?

About K Webster
K Webster is a USA Today Bestselling author of over seventy-five romance books in many different genres including dark romance, taboo romance, contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her supportive husband and two adorable children, she's active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

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