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Seducing the Duchess

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2012

    What its all about

    In most Victorian Romance novels, there is always the scorned maiden, wife, or lover and the vile, deceitful duke, lord , or Marquis. If its written right its the story in between the first act of maliciousness to the last act of Happily Ever After. We all want to have that and seek out different scenarios in hopes that we find our own Happily Ever After. I loved this book from front to back. I am especially proud of the writer for her bravery to throw her creativity out to the wolves and still stay on top. Its easy to read a book, but harder to write one. Awesome job Ash i am very proud of this piece of work.

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  • Posted May 18, 2012

    unusual -- highly recommended

    An unusual story -- not the typical summer romance. Details well done, ending predictable (he gets the girl) but the winding story kept this reader wondering.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2010

    You'll be pulled in immediately!

    The characters are engaging; the writing is witty and fun, and this has one of the best opening chapters of any romance novel I've ever seen. Set aside a couple of hours of "you time," and enjoy this engaging romp through the lives of the ton in Victorian England. Worth the read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2010

    Who doesn't love a great story!

    I'm a sucker for a good story, and this one was great. I read it in just a few hours because I couldn't put it down. The characters didn't just leap off the page, they galloped. I think the best part was how funny some of the scenes and interaction were. Philip and Charlotte's antics actually had me laughing out loud more than a few times. But the central idea, of a marriage being recoverable and love being rekindled I think it is a great one in our present world.

    I just found out that this was a debut, so I can't wait to read her other stuff when it comes out! Hurry up Miss March and give us some more!!

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  • Posted September 10, 2010

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    This is an entertaining second chance at love historical romance

    When Lady Charlotte married Duke Rutherford, she did so because she loved him as she had most of her young life. However, Lord Phillip married her to destroy her brother. Her love for her husband quickly turned to hate and she wants out of their marriage.

    To propel her spouse to request a divorce, Charlotte has become both a flirt and gambler. Phillip who desires his wife though that was not in his master plan for vengeance offers Charlotte what she most desires. He will obtain a divorce if she mentors him on becoming a better husband to his second wife who he is currently courting. She reluctantly agrees though she is unsure why she hesitates. As she teaches her husband to care, Charlotte realizes she still loves the rat while he knows he loves his wife.

    This is an entertaining second chance historical romance due to the relationship between the lead couple. His betrayal cut out her heart so as he falls in love with his wife, Rutherford becomes desperate to win her back while Charlotte becomes confused by her feelings. Sub-genre fans will relish this strong tale of love and hate and love.

    Harriet Klausner

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