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How to Beguile a Duke (How To Series) Kindle Edition
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The rest of the story is well described and interesting, with a bit of a mystery built in. I guess compared to the other excellent books of this genre this book did not totally engage me. Nick was a bit two dimensional and a last minute reform of his faults was a bit unconvincing.
There are a couple of sex scenes. Overall a good book and fun to read.
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Nick will sell Walsley Manor if--and only if--Catherine secures an offer of marriage from an eligible member of the ton before the end of the London season. And he thinks no one will offer for a lady who conceals weapons underneath her skirts.
What an exciting read! This is the first I have read by this author but will definitely look for more releases by Ally Broadfield. I like feisty heroines who are not afraid to stand up to strong heros and can hold their own. Once I started reading I did not want to lay this book down.
Plenty of mystery, suspense, fun, and romance within this cover. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves historical romance or for those who are trying the genre for the first time!
Our duke is absolutely not going to get married, no matter what, you can't make him. Does anyone else remember that episode of Gilligan's Island when Gilligan says "I'm not gonna dress up like a girl, you can't make me, you can't make me, you can't make me?"
If you don't remember, this is a huge spoiler alert: He winds up dressed like a girl.
That's kind of what Beguiling a Duke was like. And kind of why I loved Gilligan's Island.
Okay, totally not the same thing. There wasn't much yummy romance on GI, and there is here. Although I do remember a few episodes with drunken Russians, which Beguile has. So there's that. Oh, and intrigue. I was actually pretty surprised at the outcome--the whodunit parts had me going until the end, although the romance ran the predictable path--that's okay. It was kind of supposed to, so that the rest of the party could whirl around.
MY POINT IS-- and I do have one--is that I loved this book! A lot of romance, some good suspense, and nekkid parts. Don't forget the nekkid parts.