When love blooms after a marriage most practical, often due to proximity and shared experience, it is can be one of the romance world’s most glorious tropes. (Except when it isn’t.) This plot device was yet another arena in which Georgette Heyer excelled, making believable couples out of even the most reluctantly- or haphazardly-wed pair. Here, we ask: in which Marriage of Convenience plot did Heyer most please your romantic heart? Or did we perhaps leave out your favorite? Do let us know in the comments!