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A Duke of Her Own

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2006

    Well done...

    Set in London, 1888. Lady Louisa Wentworth is now twenty-six years old. With no dowry and only her breeding to offer for anyone considering marriage, Louisa decides to forget wedding and takes matters into her own hands. She places an ad within a lady's paper offering to chaperone a genteel American lady in need of social guidance. With all the recent American heiresses entering town, in hopes of marrying into titles, it is not long before Louisa is hired by the Rose Family. ................. Alexander 'Alex' Wentworth is the sixth Earl of Ravensley and Louisa's brother. He is NOT happy about his sister hiring out as a chaperone, but admits they are in need of the money. Alex wants Louisa to help him wed one of the two Rose daughters, but his sister does not believe it would be a good match for either of the girls. ................. The Duke of Hawkhurst 'Hawk' is one of Alex's close friends and also wants a good word put in with the Rose daughters. Louisa has feelings for Hawk, though she tries to keep it hidden. Besides, Hawk also needs to wed for money. But then Louisa and Hawk are caught in a compromising position. ................ **** A well done regency romance that will certainly capture your attention quickly. There is nothing truly new or original in the story however, it is well worth your time and money. This is a terrific way to spend a rainy afternoon! ****

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