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The Duke's Mysterious Lady by [Andersen, Maggi]
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Length: 208 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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When a lady loses her memory, who better to rescue her than a seductive duke?
Viola, so named by her benefactor, Hugh, Duke of Vale, has lost her memory, along with her respectability, after being found unconscious near his estate dressed in a male servant’s clothes. She is a mystery unto herself, with her knowledge of books and Latin, and her skill at the pianoforte.

Thanks to the duke’s kindness, Viola has found a temporary home with his nanny in a cottage on his estate, while danger lurks in the shadows and darkens her dreams. She must leave beautiful Vale Park before Hugh marries Lady Felicity Beresford, the neighbor’s daughter; their marriage arranged when they were children. And before Viola and Hugh succumb to an impossible passion.

As the announcement of Hugh’s engagement draws near, he tries to accept the inevitable, he must marry a woman he doesn’t love. He is intrigued by Viola. Who is she and what has driven her to such an act? As the Bow Street Runners work to find the answers, Hugh grows more deeply and dangerously drawn to the mysterious lady.

The Duke’s Mysterious Lady is a splendid example of a regency that just keeps getting better and better." Amazon Reviewer

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1195 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Maggi Andersen (21 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M0F2M2C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,673 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By lisa TOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 August 2015
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This enjoyable book is about a young woman discovered by a duke unconscious. When she wakes she has no memory of who she is and as she was found in men's clothes she is named Viola.

Settling into life in a cottage with the Dukes old nanny, Viola has disturbing glimpses of trauma but her memory remains lost. There are machinations by family members who are not sure the duke should show interest in a single female of unknown origin when he is engaged to a noblewoman.

The spice factor us pretty tame but there are a couple of explicit sex scenes making it unsuitable for younger readers.

A plot that could be over reaching was made totally believable by the skills of the author.

This was a good well written fun read. If it had a better pace I would have given it five stars but a few slow sections made my interest wane in parts. However I do recommend this book and will read it again myself.
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A delightful story with great description (not over done) and an interesting plot. After seeing Downton Abbey one can imagine the beautiful clothes of the wealthy and destitution of the poor..(although this is prior to that era). Also the snobbery of the Ton.
Thankfully the hero and heroine have compassionate natures and go out of their way to help the less fortunate.
We all like to hear that.
There are some editorial and grammar upsets...I caught when Viola was first washed her was platted, then a little later (in the same context) it was loose??
However, I won't nit pick on this, accept to same, better editing needed on the next novel and love without porn.

Then again, for the price it is still a good read, so don't be deterred..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A great book for all romance lovers 24 March 2015
By Jennifer haning - Published on
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I am currently reading this book and am only at 10%. I wanted to make a comment on a review someone else posted about this book. He/she said the book needed a better proof reader, one example she gave was about the nanny the h went to live with and how one part of the book says she has no servant and in another part there is one serving tea. I just read the paragraph in chapter three and the H states that apart from her one maid she has no other servants and likes her independence. I am a avid reader and I read a new book about every two days. I can usually tell if it is going to be a good one within the first couple chapters and this seems to be quite promising.
I just finished the book and enjoyed it immensely. The H and h were perfectly matched. Yes there was a lot of errors but when a book is good it is easy to over look. It takes a lot of talent to spin a good love story. Authors and proof readers are only human, of course there is going to be mistakes. To the reviewers that make comments on how bad it was let's see how well you can do their job.
What keep this book from being a five stars for me was the romance was a little slow in coming. I read because I want to escape reality and don't mind if a relationship in a book happens over night.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great read 27 December 2014
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I love d the story and the characters. One of those you hate to see come to an end.

This is my first Maggie Andersen book but I will be on the look out for others.

Things I really liked about this book.
1. Great storyline with well developed characters.
2. The author did not feel it necessary to make her female lead look slutty stupid, indecisive, weak or like you should apologize for being a member of the female sex.

Thank you Maggie Andersen
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Irishlady 4 August 2014
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This was a great story. You could feel the longing and the need these two characters felt. The longing to love and be loved, along with the need to be close,at every moment. Add a bit of villain in the mix and you have a wonderful read. Enjoy!
42 of 47 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Lots of avoidable grammar and spelling errors. 11 August 2014
By L.J. Earnest - Published on
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As tempting as it was to find out what happened to Viola, I put down the book due to the numerous grammar and spelling mistakes. The page that did me in was talking about "bisk of pigeon" followed by "ollives". And the common "You're" instead of "Your" a few pages earlier. Then there was the statement that Nanny had no servants, but two paragraphs later, Nanny's maid is getting tea.

Any reputable proofreader would have caught these errors. Don't waste your time or money on a book that hasn't been adequately edited.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars You also hope for a happy ending for them that Hugh does not marry someone ... 12 August 2014
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Hugh Duke of Vale finds a woman unconscious in men's clothing lying on the ground at his estate He calls her Viola.It appears that she is not a servant as too well read, speaks several languages. He puts her in the cottage to live with his old nanny hoping to find out who she is. He has been engaged to a neighbor's daughter which had been arranged since they were children.He finds himself more and more drawn to Viola thought at first of making her his mistress. He hires the Bow Street Runners to see if they can find out anything. She was wearing an expensive locket when found.They find themselves falling for each other .She disappears and some of the questions begin to be answered .You will find out who is responsible for what happened to her. You also hope for a happy ending for them that Hugh does not marry someone else.

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