Mark of Distinction by Jessica Dotta from Tyndale House

Mark of Distinction

by Jessica Dotta

from Tyndale House

Mark of Distinction


London is said to be the glittering jewel of society, a world unto itself–but to Julia Elliston it is a city of shadows. Her life is swiftly dissolving into scandal. And in Victorian society, even a whisper of scandal–substantiated or not–can be the death of a young woman’s reputation.When Julia discovers that Lord Roy Pierson, her guardian and one of most influential men in England, is the father she has never met, she begrudgingly accepts his protection. But Chance Macy’s power is far-reaching as well.Thrust into society as the Emerald Heiress, Julia is the toast of London, a celebrated curiosity. But in reality she’s trapped between the clutches of two powerful men. Aided only by a gentleman whose intentions she prays she can trust, Julia must finally take control of her own fate–but outwitting one’s foe rarely goes according to plan.



I was very excited to read this second book in The Price of Privilege Series. Mark of Distinction takes up where the first book, Born of Persuasion left off, with Julia struggling with life as it is for her. As the story unfolds in this second book, there are many twists and turns that will keep your attention and keep your nose in the book until the end. The characters were very well created and the story was so well written. Jessica Dotta is a very good storyteller and I enjoyed this book so much! I can’t wait for the third book in this series. Then I will read all three of them together! If you are looking for a good, clean, fun and exciting story, Mark of Distinction is an awesome choice. But wait, be sure and read Born of Persuasion first because it makes the second book so much more interesting! I highly recommend The Price of Privilege Series for your enjoyment and entertainment.

I received this book from Tyndale House Publishers to read and review.  I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55

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