If you love Sophie Ranald, Jo Watson and Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons, you’ll love Martha Waters’ ingenious, laugh-out-loud rom-com, To Love and to Loathe! ‘A worthy addition to the trend for historical romantic comedies and highly recommended for fans of Evie Dunmore’ Library Journal ‘Packed with saucy banter and delightful period details, this Regency rom-com is completely charming‘ Hannah Orenstein, author of Head Over Heels and Love at First Like ‘Pure fun on every page’ Sarah Hogle, author of You Deserve Each Other and Twice Shy ‘Sweet, sexy, and utterly fun – I adored it’ Emily Henry, New York Times bestselling author The only thing they can agree on is that the winner takes all… The widowed Diana, Lady Templeton, and Jeremy, Marquess of Willingham, are as infamous for their bickering as for their flirtation. Shortly before a fortnight-long house party at Jeremy’s country estate, Diana is shocked when he appears at her home with an unexpected proposition. After finding his latest mistress unimpressed with his bedroom skills, Jeremy suggests that they embark on a brief affair. He trusts Diana to critique him honestly, and she’ll use the gossip to signal to other gentlemen that she is interested in taking a lover. Diana has bet Jeremy that he will marry within the year, and she intends to use his proposal to her advantage. But in this battle, should the real wager be who will lose their heart to the other first?