How the Duke Was Won

How the Duke Was Won

eBook - 2016
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The pleasure of your company is requested at Warbury Park. Four lovely ladies will arriveі but only one can become a duchess. James, the scandalously uncivilized Duke of Harland, requires a bride with a spotless reputation for a strictly business arrangement. Lust is prohibited and love is out of the question. Four ladies. Three days. What could go wrong? She is not like the othersі Charlene Beckett, the unacknowledged daughter of an earl and a courtesan, has just been offered a life-altering fortune to pose as her half-sister, Lady Dorothea, and win the duke's proposal. All she must do is: *Be the perfect English rose [Ha!] *Breathe, smile, and curtsy in impossibly tight gowns [blast Lady Dorothea's sylph-like figure] *Charm and seduce a wild duke [without appearing to try] *Keep said duke far, far from her heart [no matter how tempting] When secrets are revealed and passion overwhelms, James must decide if the last lady he should want is really everything he needs. And Charlene must decide if the promise of a new life is worth risking everything . . . including her heart.
Publisher: [United States] : Harper Collins Publishers, 2016
ISBN: 9780062397737
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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Chapel_Hill_MarthaW Jul 07, 2016

I saw this book described somewhere as "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets The Bachelor", which sounds insane but is actually strangely accurate? Anyway, this is a debut Regency and it's a pretty solid effort. The premise is interesting enough to be memorable, and while this isn't my favorite historical romance ever, and nothing feels super-duper groundbreaking here, it's still an entertaining read for romance fans looking for a new author to enjoy.


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