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Undone by the Duke

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  • Posted February 12, 2013

    When a book starts out with the hero staring down the barrel of

    When a book starts out with the hero staring down the barrel of a gun you just know it's going to be good! That is precisely how we meet out hero, Jonathan Nottoway, Duke of Worthingstone. After being shot and taken to the home of our heroine, Victoria Andrews, where they are all alone except for two servants *gasp* sparks start to fly. Heroine Victoria is not your average run of the mill English miss, oh no, she is quite different. I've been reading romance novels for well over 20 years and I can, in all honesty, say that Michelle Willingham came up with a quite refreshing twist when creating her heroine. Victoria hasn't set foot outside her house in 5 years, yes you read that right, 5 years. Not only that , she also designs racy lingerie for the well to do ladies of London! As you can probably guess Jonathan, being the hero, tries to help Victoria get over her fear of the outside world. It was great fun following these two through their well written and fast paced story.It's a book I didn't want to end. There are so many characters I want to know more about and am looking forward to reading their stories. Victoria's sisters, parents and a few others all making this series a must read. Sometimes it's hard to write a review without wanting to write about all the great parts and this is one of those times. Even though the characters aren't as fleshed out here as they are in Michelle Willingham's other novels, the story line is solid and very enjoyable. You get enough of the character to either like or dislike them, not only the main characters but the secondary too.So from the touching dedication to the lovely acknowledgments, yes I read those too, it's a first class read. One you can't help but want more of......

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  • Posted February 25, 2013

    Another great book! She's my favorite author and im sure these s

    Another great book! She's my favorite author and im sure these sisters wont disappoint! She's a great story teller and I cannot wait for the next book in this series!! I loved how Jonathan and Victoria become friends first. Both are hiding from their fears. Great Job Again Michelle, Keep them Coming!!! 

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  • Posted February 14, 2013

    Undone by the Duke is my favorite of Michelle Willingham¿s books

    Undone by the Duke is my favorite of Michelle Willingham’s books! Her heroine Victoria has not been out of her home in five years after a bad scare while moving to Scotland. She is secretly supporting her family with sewing scandalous lingerie. Hero Jonathon has secrets of his own including a family scandal. I love the way they interact and help each other through their problems. This is the first of a quartet of books and I cannot wait to read the next one to find out what happens with Victoria’s sisters and her parents.

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  • Posted February 12, 2013

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    Well, Michelle has another book that deserves to be a hit. She h

    Well, Michelle has another book that deserves to be a hit. She has the knack to present characters with faults, who are real and not perfect. Once upon a time I would have laughed at someone who said they were scared stiff. Then I had an instance where it happened to me. I know this can be a real problem. I conquered mine so I knew Jonathan could really help Victoria. I couldn't put this book down. Please, add this one to your collection.

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