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Title: Marry Lies
Series: Ravaged Castle #2
Author: Amanda Richardson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Tropes: Marriage of Convenience/Opposites Attract
Cover Design: Moonstruck Cover Design & Photography
Photographer: Rafa G Catala
Model: Fabián Castro
Release Date: August 22, 2023
He never wanted a wife, but for her, he’d spin a web of lies.
The idea of seeking a wife to salvage our family’s reputation starts as a joke… until it spirals into a desperate reality.
Before I know it, I’m lying my way into a marriage of convenience with a woman who is everything I’m not.
Estelle Deveraux radiates warmth where I’m shrouded in darkness, exudes vibrant colors while I dwell in shades of gray, and irritates me with her maddening cheerfulness.
I find myself entranced, watching… craving.
Before I know it, she's not just my wife but an all-consuming obsession—one I didn’t anticipate.
And one I can’t let go.
Being presented with an opportunity to kickstart my clothing line is a dream come true.
The only caveat? I have to stay married to Miles Ravage for a year and sing his praises to anyone who will listen.
Bad-tempered, unsmiling, and cold, Miles is exactly the kind of man I loathe.
However, beneath the ice, I uncover an enticing complexity–a veiled darkness that lures me in, begging me to discover his secrets.
One watchful secret in particular… with me as his sole obsession.
Marry Lies is a marriage of convenience, opposites attract/frenemies-to-lovers romance with a voyeur hero and Beauty and the Beast themes. It is book two in the Ravaged Castle series. All books can be read as standalones.
Warning: This book contains a grumpy hero who hates everyone but her. It also contains explicit sexual situations and strong language. There is no cheating, and there is a HEA.
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Amanda Richardson writes from her chaotic dining room table in Yorkshire, England, often distracted by her husband and two adorable sons. When she's not writing contemporary and dark, twisted romance, she enjoys coffee (a little too much) and collecting house plants like they're going out of style.