To Murder a Marquis

To Murder a Marquis

20K Reads 903 Votes 8 Part Story
Arabella Sheraton By ArabellaSheraton1 Updated Oct 01, 2016

When Jane Carstairs goes to Chelston Hall to complete the archival project her father had been commissioned to do, things turn very weird from the moment she gets there. Jane wakes up in the woods at Chelston Hall, only it's no longer 2015 ... it's 1815, and she's faced with the discovery of a possibly dead man, who is the spitting image of her current employer - the Marquis of Chelston - and the growing feeling that something is very wrong. Jane has somehow slipped back in time, but why? Is she the one destined to save the marquis so that the line can continue? And how can she stop falling in love with a man who is from another era? Can she go back to her own century? Does she want to, ultimately? A time travel/murder mystery Regency romance awaits readers in To Murder a Marquis.

  • fiction
  • historical
  • janeausten
  • love
  • murder
  • mystery
  • regency
  • romance
a-weeknd a-weeknd Oct 31, 2017
i still don't think this will happen to me, hope not
                              
                              it hasn't sunk in...
a-weeknd a-weeknd Oct 31, 2017
i'll take note of that the next time i try shoot someone in the heart...
maratrey maratrey Jun 09, 2016
This is amazing! Please keep this up, you are an amazing storyteller!!
iskate4life8 iskate4life8 Jan 15, 2016
In actual first aid, you never want to remove the object embedded in the patient's body because if you do, they will bleed out. It is better to make a compression around the the object piercing the body.
knoni2006 knoni2006 Oct 12, 2015
Gripping start.  Obviously foul deeds afoot. I've always wanted to rip my shirt for a bandage for some dark hero,  Sigh!  In my Library.
ArabellaSheraton1 ArabellaSheraton1 Jun 29, 2015
Thanks - I am struggling to find time to actually get more typed up. The story is unfolding in my head!