Just as merchant’s daughter Felicity Mayson is spurned once again because of her meager dowry, she receives an unexpected invitation to Lady Blackstone’s country home. Being introduced to the wealthy Oliver Ratley is an admitted delight, as is his rather heedless yet inviting proposal of marriage. Only when another of Lady Blackstone’s handsome guests catches Felicity’s attention does she realize that nothing is what it seems at Doverton Hall.
Government agent Philip McDowell is infiltrating a group of cutthroat revolutionaries led by none other than Lady Blackstone and Ratley. Their devious plot is to overthrow the monarchy, and their unwitting pawn is Felicity. Now Philip needs Felicity’s help in discovering the rebels’ secrets—by asking her to maintain cover as Ratley’s innocent bride-to-be.
Philip is duty bound. Felicity is game. Together they’re risking their lives—and gambling their hearts—to undo a traitorous conspiracy before their dangerous masquerade is exposed.

        Melanie is such a wonderful author. I love her books! I've read all of them and eagerly anticipate the next one.     "A Dangerous Engagement" takes you to the brink of danger. Felicity needs a husband but is on her way to spinsterhood until a aunt sends for her. Hoping that the man her aunt thinks will be a good marriageable match will be just that, a good match. The danger begins to surface after dead bodies are found, late night excursions, and an Aunt who seems to be two different people. Felicity soon gets her whole world shook up as the truth surfaces for the strange and dangerous behavior. She joins forces with Philip for survival. What will happen? Read the book!!!

Karen Hadley
I received this book as a gift and all opinions are my own.

Melanie Dickerson is the New York Times bestselling author whose two favorite time periods are Medieval, which she has combined with her love of fairy tales, and Regency England, which stems from her love of Jane Austen. She is a 2-time Christy Award finalist, a 2-time Maggie Award winner, winner of The National Reader's Choice Award for 2010's Best First Book, and winner of the 2012 Carol Award in Young Adult fiction. She earned her bachelor's degree in special education from The University of Alabama and has taught children with special needs in Georgia and Tennessee, and English to adults in Germany and Ukraine. Now she spends her time writing, hanging out on facebook, and being with her husband, two daughters, and two guinea pigs near Huntsville, Alabama. Visit her on the web at


  1. I recently won this book in a contest. Have not had chance to read it yet. (Reading too many things from the library, lol).


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Texas Timbers

Bitter Eyes No More

The Scarlet Pen