This is book 4 in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series.
Lady Marion Tunstall has been mourning her husband for two years and is finally ready to re-enter society. Having decided to go to a country dance she is shocked to see her not so dead husband and faints dead away.
Lord Tristan Tunstall never planned to let his wife know he was alive. Having become blind in battle, he believes that his wife is better off without him. When he tries to dissolve the marriage, Marion refuses. She wants her husband no matter that he is blind. They married through sickness and health!
Can Marion convince Tristan that their marriage is worth saving?
I loved Marion! Here is a woman who has spent 2 years grieving for the love of her life. She is finally ready to go out into society and what happens? Her not so dead husband.
Tristan on the other hand was another story. I just couldn't like him. He claims to love his wife as much as he ever did, but refuses to stay married to her. He believes that he can't be the kind of husband and father that Marion needs him to be. I honestly feel like he was just feeling sorry for himself and then he made life decisions for both him and Marion. Which in any loving, committed relationship (which he supposedly had with Marion), you just don't do.
Tristan did redeem himself a little at the end of the story, but I still didn't like him much. I'm giving this book 3 stars because I really did enjoy Marion.