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A Perfect Engagement

When Charlotte Grisham is saved from an out-of-control carriage by a handsome gentleman, she knows fate has sent her the perfect man. The Marquis of Hawksridge is titled, handsome, and heroic -- precisely the kind of gentleman her parents want for her husband. Before she knows it, she is engaged to be married. 

Daniel Weston can’t believe his identical twin brother is marrying a lady he barely knows. Moreover, he’s begging off his own engagement party. Daniel allows his twin to talk him into going to the week-long house party in his stead…just for a few days. They used to pretend to be each other all the time in their youth. What could possibly go wrong?

Charlotte immediately realizes her fiancé has sent in a doppelgänger, but continues the ruse so no one will realize her fiancé has all but abandoned her. Everyone sees her as perfectly behaved. But perfect girls do not share searing kisses with men who are not their betrothed. Charlotte knows her duty, but Daniel is turning out to be her real hero.

Reviews for A Perfect Engagement

"A sparkling historical romance, Karla Kratovil's A Perfect Engagement is a delightful Regency tale with a wonderful heroine, an honorable and charismatic hero and plenty of high society hi-jinks, delicious humor, tender passion and intense emotion to keep readers avidly turning the pages. I adored reading Karla Kratovil's A Perfect Engagement and I cannot wait to read the next title in the Maidens of Marbury series."

Julie - Amazon reviewer

"What a totally delightful book with a fabulous plot and fun characters. The descriptions and all of the side stories makes this book a terrific read. One of the best historical romance novels I have ever read. Don’t miss it!"

Connie - Bookbub reviewer

"An amazing historical romance with twins that may have switched places one time too many. With strong characters, wonderful writing, and interesting surprise this is one great story. A new author for me to follow. Read A Perfect Engagement today."

Paula - Goodreads reviewer