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The Duke and the Lost Night

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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Amelia, although a strong woman, is faced with a desperate and heartbreaking situation. She turns to the one person whom she trusts implicitly for help and hopes that he will listen to her appeal and free her from her plight before she is trapped in a loveless and possi...
Amelia, although a strong woman, is faced with a desperate and heartbreaking situation. She turns to the one person whom she trusts implicitly for help and hopes that he will listen to her appeal and free her from her plight before she is trapped in a loveless and possibly abusive marriage forever.

This story is set in a time when women had little say about whom they married. They were seen more as bargaining tools and artifacts to insure ones rise insure ones rise in society and wealth. A time when merging families was seen as a wise move, never caring whether the men and women loved one another.

My heart soared when I learned of Spencer's true feelings, as will yours. If asked what one thing stuck with me after reading this story, it would be never underestimate the friendship which has developed slowly over the years when one's heart is concerned.

I look forward to reading more of Ms. Conner's work.

posted by hobbsforever on April 17, 2011

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Cute, but way too short. Had I known the page count...11 pages...I would not have paid for it.

posted by Genalea on January 7, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2014

    About 30 pages

    Could have been a full length book. Pretty good premise but just a synopsis more than a short story. Not even hot sex.

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