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Marrying Winterborne

By Lisa Kleypas

  • Genre: Historical, Books, Romance, Fiction & Literature
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In this stunning novel from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas one of the realm’s most powerful men meets his match-in his lovely, innocent new wife.

A ruthless tycoon

Savage ambition has brought common-born Rhys Winterborne vast wealth and success. In business and beyond, Rhys gets exactly what he wants. And from the moment he meets the shy, aristocratic Lady Helen Ravenel, he is determined to possess her. If he must take her virtue to ensure she marries him, so much the better . . .

A sheltered beauty

Helen has had little contact with the glittering, cynical world of London society. Yet Rhys’s determined seduction awakens an intense mutual passion. Helen’s gentle upbringing belies a stubborn conviction that only she can tame her unruly husband. As Rhys’s enemies conspire against them, Helen must trust him with her darkest secret. The risks are unthinkable . . . the reward, a lifetime of incomparable bliss. And it all begins with…

Marrying Mr. Winterborne


  • Marrying Winterbourne

    By Dane2442
    Love all of her books! Eagerly await every new novel. This one did not disappoint
  • Marrying Winterborne

    By Tiggy/Cookie
    This book kept me on edge. So many roadblocks to get through. But this authors books are always a hit with me. She is just incapable of writing a boring book. If you haven’t read her, you are missing out. Enjoy !
  • Marrying Winterborne

    By Cha113
    Absolutely one of the best romance books ever written! The characters were immediately lovable and believable. I loved being apart of this family as the story swept me into their lives. I was also fascinated with Winterborne's Department Store and the management of such a huge place. Mr. Winterborne was a truly remarkable character and this was an unforgettable love story!
  • Marrying Winterborne

    By St Vincent is mine
    I've been read this author for 20 years. I never get tired of her stories. This one is no different. If you're a fan you'll love it. Not to mention the sneak peek at her next one. There's a very familiar family in the preview.
  • My #3 LK Book

    By Takitez4fun
    And it still deserves Five Stars. Wonderful story, wonderful interaction between both hero and heroine and secondary characters. So good, I easily overlooked situations that were pretty forced and most improbable. A pleasure to read. Lisa Kleypas rarely disappoints. My Top Five: Dreaming of You Prince of Dreams Marrying Winterborne Devil in Winter Love in the Afternoon
  • What a book

    By Jnelle87
    I enjoyed this book. Romance, whit, danger, excitement. I couldn't read it fast enough. Well done.
  • ☹️

    By Lenchik007
    This is my favorite author and I love many of her books!!! But this one was a miss for me. The 1st chapter started off interesting and that's it. In fact their relationship in the previous book was much more interesting to read then in this book. It felt very much like a lesson in history than a love story. Not enough time spent on the couple. There were no moments that touched my heart. I still love Lisa Kleypas and will continue to read anything she writes.
  • Marrying Winterborne

    By Chrissypj
    Not always a fan of writing reviews..I usually finish a book and move on to the next. This book was interesting, insightful, fun, sweet,humorous and yes romantic...the kind of book that has you grumbling because you know the next book won't be available for awhile and you'll have to read a bunch of fluff in the meantime. I'm an avid reader and I fully enjoyed this book, I'm sure you will too. Lisa Kleypas is an exceptional writer with class and not crass! ( you know how some romance writers can be, TMI...good grief !). My only words of advise to Lisa would be......"Write FASTER".........
  • Not her best

    By Kenna and Nenis
    Very rushed at the end. I can't wait the story of Dr Garret
  • Love it.

    By SkimoGoddess
    One of my favorites, though the story line felt a little rushed at the end.