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The Duke Knows Best by Jane Ashford


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Also by Jane Ashford:

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A Lord Apart, April 2019
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Earl to the Rescue, December 2018
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Brave New Earl, August 2018
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The Duke Knows Best, December 2017
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Last Gentleman Standing, September 2017
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Nothing Like a Duke, May 2017
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Lord Sebastian's Secret, January 2017
What the Duke Doesn't Know, September 2016
Heir To The Duke, January 2016
First Season / Bride to Be, October 2015
A Radical Arrangement, August 2015
Married To A Perfect Stranger, March 2015
The Bride Insists, March 2014
Once Again A Bride, February 2013

The Duke Knows Best
Jane Ashford

The Duke's Sons #5
Sourcebooks Casablanca
December 2017
On Sale: December 5, 2017
Featuring: Lord Randolph Gresham; Verity Sinclair
384 pages
ISBN: 1492621684
EAN: 9781492621683
Kindle: B01ND160LB
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Historical

They're wrong for each other, for all the right reasons...

Lord Randolph Gresham has come to London for one reason only-to find a suitable wife. Verity Sinclair may be intelligent, beautiful, and full of spirit, but her father knows a secret about Randolph that makes her entirely unsuitable as his bride. Not right for him at all, never, not a chance.

Verity knows that Lord Randolph lives in a country parish, and she wants nothing more than to escape to town. He may be fascinating, attractive, rich, and the son of a duke, but she'll never marry him, nor will she talk to him, flirt with him, walk with him, or dine with him. She'll sing a duet with him, but only this one time, and only because everyone insists.

But one duet invariably leads to another.

The Duke's Sons


13 comments posted.

Re: The Duke Knows Best

Ah, the heroine seems to be wearing her mint flavored
shoes. Chuckled over the excerpt. I imagine that hero and
heroine, find each others charms over time.
(G. Bisbjerg 9:54pm December 6, 2017)

The passage reminds my of the Motown classic: Son of a
Cecilia Rodriguez 11:27am December 7, 2017)

Ooh sounds really interesting!
Colleen Conklin 11:45am December 7, 2017)

This is captivating and lovely.
Sharon Berger 1:51pm December 7, 2017)

I am always looking for new authors to read. This book sounds like one I would
enjoy reading.
Joy Isley 2:12pm December 7, 2017)

I love the spunky responses she gives at the very first meeting.
Jenne Turner 7:50pm December 7, 2017)

new finding new athors
Emily Stemp 7:27pm December 8, 2017)

It humerous that she blerts out what she has been thinking
and cannot stop herself.
Nancy Luebke 8:50pm December 8, 2017)

Merry Christmas friends
Emily Stemp 1:35pm December 9, 2017)

The covers on your books make me want to read the stories. So glad they
drew me in.
Jackie Wisherd 10:03pm December 9, 2017)

Sounds like a great book! Thanks
Julie Parrish 2:56pm December 10, 2017)

I like Verity. It sounds like she lets her tongue create problems and places her into exciting situations. This sounds like a fun book to read.
Anna Speed 6:51pm December 10, 2017)

I like spirited heroines, can't wait to read this. Merry
Christmas to all.
Sandra Stipins 9:05am December 11, 2017)

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