The Lady's Disgrace

The Lady's Disgrace

A lady is nothing without her reputation. Jilted and humiliated by her once-betrothed, Lady Abigail Lacey is the laughingstock of London. Worse still, the humiliation is now reflecting badly on her family. Now her brother, the Duke of Manchester, is desperate... until he finds a way to rescue his sister's damaged reputation, and remove her from the glare of disapproving so A lady is nothing without her reputation. Jilted and humiliated by her once-betrothed, Lady Abigail Lacey is the laughing...

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Title:The Lady's Disgrace
Author:Callie Hutton
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B00MSZECDQ
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:274 pages pages

The Lady's Disgrace Reviews

  • Amy Alvis
    Sep 11, 2014
    This is book 3 in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series. Lady Abigail Lacey is the laughingstock of London after being jilted by her betrothed. Her brother, the Duke of Manchester is determined to set things right. He needs to find her a new husband and get her out of London. Rector Jo...
  • Neelam Jha
    Sep 16, 2018
    Events in the book are repetitive ...
  • WTF Are You Reading?
    Aug 20, 2014
    The Lady's Disgrace, brings a welcome complexity to the "left at the altar scenario". Lady Abigail Lacey may have money and looks that stop the men of the ton in their "well heeled" tracks, but thanks to a fiance with a rather fickle heart, what she doesn't have is a husband. Not o...
  • Cathy
    Sep 08, 2014
    This was the first or second book I have read by Callie Hutton, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I couldn't put it down until it was finished. Her characters are loveable yet flawed, and there are some twists and turns in this book as well. Lady Abigail Lacey was dumped almost literally...
  • Caz
    Jan 03, 2015
    2.5 stars The Lady?s Disgrace is a quick, undemanding but ultimately unsatisfying read that doesn?t even merit being described as ?average?. It?s not the worst book I?ve read recently; the writing is mostly decent, but the story is horribly clichéd and the characterisa...
  • Susan
    Dec 08, 2014
    This was fairly boring and repetitive. I think the plot device of the heroine being attacked and carried into her room injured deserved a side eye by the third time it happened. The fourth time was just laughable. Plus there was just too much ridiculousness with the plot/rationale ...
  • Miriam
    Sep 29, 2014
    You've got to love a patient man. He's the one who waits for his ladylove to wake up and see what's right in front of her. He's the one who'll seduce, cajole, and charm his way into her heart. He's the one who'll fight for and defend her against everyone else. Why? Because he knows th...
  • Lyn  Ching
    Sep 28, 2014
    read more of my reviews at www.readingtsinoy.blogspot.com Nothing is worse for a woman than being left at the altar by a wayward fiancee, more so if she a Lady, the daughter of a Duke. Lady Abigail is now the hot topic of the Ton, being pitied and laughed at. Her callers have droppe...
  • Kathie (katmom)
    Aug 30, 2014
    Published on September 8, 2014 This is #3 in the Marriage Mart Mayhem Series. It can be read alone, but you'll want to check out the first two, for sure. I've read the second one, The Duke's Quandary. You can find the review here. This was fun. Poor Abigail thought she had final...
  • Lori Meehan
    Aug 25, 2014
    3.75 The Lady's Disgrace is book 3 in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series. This is such a cute and fun series and I can't wait for the next book. We met Rector Joseph Fox in the last book he is a old family friends of the Lacey's. He comes to pay his respect to the new heir of his best f...
  • Shirl
    Sep 11, 2014
    This is the third book in this series and it didn't let you down. Abigail was determined not to marry for love again. After being disgraced and left for another woman, she would never look for love again. Her body and heart might have different feelings though. Joseph, a life lo...
  • Tina
    Aug 16, 2014
    This is the third book in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series, and although I usually prefer to read a series in order, this book can be read as a stand alone and not cause you to feel like you are missing any important details. If you like a good suspense in your historical romance story,...
  • Theresa
    Aug 19, 2016
    Silly, simplistic, boring I would have really liked this book when I was 15 or 16 years old. Now that I'm considerably older I found it melodramatic, repetitive and silly. I tend to prefer characters and plots with more depth and tension. This book did not have that. I didn't muc...
  • Linda Sims
    Sep 16, 2014
    PLEASANT READ When Lady Abigail Lacey is Jilted by her fiancé, her reputation is left in tatters. When an old family friend the Rector Joseph Fox visits her family home the last thing he expected was to become betrothed to the lovely Abigail, at the instigation of her brother the D...
  • Nicole Laverdure's Reviews
    Sep 02, 2014
    Captivating love story! You can always count on Callie Hutton to deliver a ravishing love story filled with tenderness and passion! I was captivated from the first page with her third book THE LADY'S DISGRACE, in The Marriage Mart Mayhem series. Amazing Regency that kept me reading ti...
  • Emily
    Aug 28, 2014
    Lady Abigail's reputation has been ruined but by no fault of her own. Her fiancé has eloped with a woman whom he has "compromised" and her engagement is broken. Now at the center of gossip of the ton, Abigail is hiding in her bedroom at her brother's, the Duke of Manchester, home in L...
  • Sheri (Tangled Up In Books)
    Sep 05, 2014
    Actual rating 3.5 out of 5 stars! For years historical romance was my entire reading world. I loved getting lost in the times where the waltz or a lady showing a bit of ankle was scandalous. Though when it comes to enjoying them, I have a comfort zone, so to speak, that consists of ...
  • Molly
    Aug 07, 2015
    This sweet romance is the story of Joseph and Abigail. Abigail's reputation is in tatters when her fiance jilts her for another woman before their wedding. When the solution of marriage to an old family friend is offered she gladly takes the chance to get out of London and help him wit...
  • Sharon Moritz-rosenthal
    Aug 20, 2014
    I am a big Callie Hutton fan and I have enjoyed several of her books. I think she is a wonderful author and she has made some really great characters in her stories and in this series. This is a standalone regency but within a series of books it is #3 and featuring the sister of the Du...
  • Michelle
    Aug 11, 2016
    3.5 stars I didn't like this book as much as the other ones I read from this series. I immediately felt really bad that Abigail. She was jilted after all. I also loved Joseph already from the previous book so I was totally fine with him. I think I struggled with how much Abigail wou...
  • Cecily
    Nov 08, 2016
    Abigail was tiresome. Joseph was mostly clueless (and just plain dumb when it came to spotting baddies). Abigail's constant vacillating between 'Grr I want your amazing body and feel amazingly attracted to you' and 'I shall not love you because I have decided not to' was eye-rolling. A...
  • Stacy Reid
    Aug 17, 2014
    This regency romance was a sweet and endearing read. Joseph and Abigail were pretty likable characters and I found myself enjoying them both from the first few chapters. The marriage of convenience trope is always one I enjoy as I anticipate the characters shattering each other?s bar...
  • Patty McKenna Van Hulle
    Aug 21, 2014
    A unique & sexy rector frees his inner caveman to demolish his new wife's walled up heart! Lady Abigail Lacey is beautiful, has an awesome dowry, a daughter of a Duke & has held out for 3 Seasons to find love! Well, she accepted Earl of Redgrave's proposal, but now she is ru...
  • BJ
    Dec 29, 2018
    Sugary sweet story - h is jilted, the ton blame her for some odd reason, so she determines that she will never love again. Her brother arranges a MOC, but the H falls in love with her. There is an evil OW, and a series of stupid actions by all parties. So many tropes in such a short bo...
  • Maria Rose
    Sep 06, 2014
    This sweet romance is the story of Joseph and Abigail. Abigail's reputation is in tatters when her fiance jilts her for another woman before their wedding. When the solution of marriage to an old family friend is offered she gladly takes the chance to get out of London and help him wit...
  • Amaranthine
    Aug 26, 2014
    I really wanted to like this book. The opening concept is interesting, and the familiarity?but not really friendship?between the Joseph and Abigail leaves a lot of room for both character and relationship building. In the beginning, their bumbling through various relationship hurdl...
  • Maria
    Aug 25, 2014
    Abigail Lacey was disgraced by her betrothed when he left her for another woman right before their wedding. She is distraught and vows never to love again. She will marry, for stability, security and children, but never will she give her heart freely. Joseph Fox has gone to London t...
  • Kindle Reads
    Jun 07, 2017
    Meh About halfway through book, I realized that I still didn't much about Abigail,the heroine, and less about the hero. The heroine's sister-in-law demonstrated a charming clumsiness and abiding love for her son. Recollections showed that heroine had a loving mother who spent time ...
  • Suzannah
    Feb 10, 2018
    Just ok This is the third book in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series. Not my favorite but still fairly well written. The heroine although hurt is terribly self centered. Not a fan of overly selfish heroines. However the first two books in this series were truly some of the funniest and...
  • eyes.2c
    Sep 05, 2014
    Mayhem and marriage! A reasonably strait forward story with a couple of twists adding some interest. The title is an annoyingly accurate reflection of the insular minds of the time. A beautiful young woman Lady Abigail Lacey is jilted. Well, actually her fiancé elopes with someon...