The Marriage Mart

The Marriage Mart Athena was always considered to be too intelligent for her own good Her grandmother would like nothing than to pull Athenas nose out of those useless books and marry her off to the first eligible bach

  • Title: The Marriage Mart
  • Author: Elizabeth Chater
  • ISBN: 9781585863556
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Athena was always considered to be too intelligent for her own good Her grandmother would like nothing than to pull Athenas nose out of those useless books and marry her off to the first eligible bachelor around When they arrive in London to fulfill the grandmothers plan of transforming Athena from a pauper to a princess, they are both in for a surprise the only maAthena was always considered to be too intelligent for her own good Her grandmother would like nothing than to pull Athenas nose out of those useless books and marry her off to the first eligible bachelor around When they arrive in London to fulfill the grandmothers plan of transforming Athena from a pauper to a princess, they are both in for a surprise the only man Athena has eyes for is a man she loathes After she shamelessly offends the Duke, Athena wants nothing than to repairthe damage of their first meeting But the Duke has already begun his campaign of slander against the ugly ducking Soon Athena realizes she has blossomed into a swan Will the belligerent Duke acknowledge her newfound beauty and the burning desire inside him or will he destroy her only chance of marriage

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    About “Elizabeth Chater

    • Elizabeth Chater

      Elizabeth Chater was the author of than 24 novels and countless short stories She received a B.A from the University of British Columbia and an M.A from San Diego State University, and joined the faculty of the latter in 1963 where she began a lifelong friendship with science fiction author Greg Bear She was honored with The Distinguished Teacher award in 1969, and was awarded Outstanding Professor of the Year in 1977 After receiving her Professor Emeritus, she embarked on a new career as a novelist with Richard Curtis as her agent In the 1950s and 60s she published short stories in Fantastic Universe Magazine and The Saint Mystery Magazine, and she won the Publisher s Weekly short story contest in 1975 She then published 22 romance novels over an 8 year period She also wrote under the pen names Lee Chater, Lee Chaytor, and Lisa Moore.



    402 thoughts on “The Marriage Mart

    • The Marriage Mart was an easy read, but I felt it lacked real depth. The hero spends most of the book being a total bastard, and when, towards the end, the heroine devines that he behaves that way in order to cover an inner insecurity, that revelation comes completely out of the blue, with nothing at all to back it up.Similarly, Athena goes from disliking Renfrew to loving him really quickly without the reader really having been given much to like about him, so her rapid falling in love makes no [...]


    • A very fast read with some clever dialogue contained between the covers, this book is a pretty nice equivalent to popcorn. As with all Regencies, it comes down to the basic plot of allegedly un-marriageable female finding the male suited for her so they can live in wedded bliss. This one, at least, gives you a heroine with a heady twist of unswerving Bluestocking-ness. Most of the supporting characters are inoffensively charming, too. However, to deliver the potential, the book should have been [...]


    • The Marriage Mart byElizabeth Chater is a clean Regency romance. It's the fourth book in the Elizabeth Chater Regency Romance Collection #1Nineteen-year-old Athena, known as Tina, is a bluestocking. Her grandmother is alarmed at her lack of interest in balls and gentlemen, and takes her to London for the season. John Stone, the thirty-eight-year-old Duke of Renfew is introduced to Athena at a ball and rudely takes no notice of her, beginning a series of clashes between the hero and heroine. What [...]


    • I really like the heroine. She is spunky and smart and likeable. Except when she is with the hero, at which point she loses her personality entirely. What is the point of being clever and quick witted if EVERY SINGLE TIME you just have to take whatever His Grace decides to dish out, no matter how unfair?I found the hero entirely unlikeable. I can handle a brooding hero, I will suspend my disbelief and not think about how unpleasant such a relationship would actually be. But at no point was this [...]


    • Give and TakeTina is taken to London by her Grandma's to find a husband. The Duke says he will never marry. She thinks he is handsome but rude. There our story begins.A most enjoyable read. Once I started this amusing book I could not stop until I finished it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.






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