Let's call a spade a spade here, folks; that cover is
straight up tragic.
What is he doing? What is he wearing? Why did the art
Zach Morris and Glamor Shot him into a boudoir? So many
Good news? Does not reflect the story.
There are historical romance fans who cannot with Rodale's
infused world, and I get that. They like historical
accuracy, and I don't
really care that much. I mean, let's not go overboard and
House of Lords admit women or someone use a cell phone or
functioning NHS, but a bit of flexible whimsy I'm here for.
largely enchanted by this series
and if you have been as well, then make
sure to pick up its conclusion.
Minor note: I would hesitate to call this a stand-alone. The
more are, but this acts in so much tandem with stories of
sisters, that to not have any context may be disorienting.
In the fourth novel of Maya Rodaleâ€™s tantalizing series,
a newly minted duke spends one night with his perfect
woman...but can he win her for a lifetime
When American-born James Cavendish arrives in London
tomorrow, heâ€™ll become the Duke of Durham. Some might be
ecstatic at the opportunity. Not James. Heâ€™s a simple man,
fond of simple pleasures. And right now, nothing could be
more pleasurable than spending his last night of freedom
with a beautiful stranger.
Are Far Too Goodâ€¦
One wild night, Meredith Green, companion to the dowager
Duchess of Durham, said yes to a man she thought sheâ€™d never
see again. Suddenly, theyâ€™re living under the same roof,
where Meredith is expected to teach James how to be a
dukeâ€”while trying not to surrender to temptation a second time.
To Be Forgotten
For a duke and a commoner, marriage would be pure scandal.
Yet nothing has ever felt as right as having Meredith in his
armsâ€¦and in his bed. Soon he must chooseâ€”between a duty he
never desired, and a woman he longs for, body and soulâ€¦