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To Desire a Wicked Duke

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  • Posted February 11, 2011

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    Highly, highly recommend!

    This was my first Nicole Jordan book, and I enjoyed it immensely! The opening is fabulously tense. The chemistry was thick, and the hero reads like a man who could crush you with one look, and make you swoon with another. He screams alpha. Loyal. Protective. Deadly. The heroine is kind hearted, innocent, but independent and quick with her tongue. I loved the dynamic of the two together. They disarmed each other at every turn, each losing the grip they tried so desperately to keep on their hearts. Fabulous. With ghosts, hidden passage ways, and thieves there's a suspense element that I had not yet experienced in the historical genre. Jordan had me looking over my shoulder, as I was reading in the wee hours of the morning. One of my favorite things that Jordan does in this book is shock me. Shock. Me. I yelled a lot at a character in this book. Jordan is deceptive in creating characters that look one way, but are an entirely different thing. I highly, highly recommend this book! -Posey, Everybody Needs A Little Romance

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 27, 2010

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    A Second Chance at Love!

    In this final Book 6 of The Courtship Wars series, Tess Blanchard is initially caught giving a passionate kiss to the man, Patrick Hennessy, who is, unknown to Tess, supposed to guarding her. It's not a serious kiss at all but it appears as such to a suddenly appearing and angry Duke of Rotham, Ian Sutherland. As usual the Duke is arrogant, pompous and insulting as he questions and threatens Tess over this seemingly innocent act, and she responds accordingly. Having been engaged to a man who died in war, she is ripe for scandal to which the Duke for some reason is determined she will not know.


    Later, her godmother, Lady Wingate orders Tess to marry the Duke and says she will withdraw all her monetary support if Tess refuses. So Tess proceeds to obey but intends this to be a marriage in name only, for she is truly a match to the man who does little to indicate other than scorn.


    However, things begin to very slowly change as Ian shows he is capable of protecting her and even instructing her in the amatory arts. Finally, after Tess discovers some horrific things about the Duke's past, she escapes to Cornwall where there is a hint of a ghostly presence, one that enters her room on her very first night there.


    After Ian follows her to Cornwall, the passion between them grows and some very dark, startling secrets are revealed involving someone very close to both of them.


    Nicole Jordan's most recent romantic novel is a delight for all of her fans as well as new readers. There are plenty of surprises that keep the reader turning the pages with riveting attention and the romance is hot, hot, hot!!!


    Great story, Nicole Jordan!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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