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Four Dukes and a Devil
     

Four Dukes and a Devil

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by Cathy Maxwell, Elaine Fox, Sophia Nash, Tracy Anne Warren, Jeaniene Frost
 

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What do you do with three dukes a dog named Duke and a devil? You put them into an anthology! We've combined five of today's bestselling and popular authors into one volume to deliver romance like you've never experienced before.

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Four Dukes and a Devil 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
"The Irish Duke" by Cathy Maxwell. Having been jilted at the altar, Susan warns her younger friends to avoid rakes especially "The Irish Duke", but when they meet neither can resist the lure of the wager. "The Duke Who Came to Dinner" by Elaine Fox. On Cape Cod, Sam almost burns himself with his scalding coffee when he sees the naked woman on the bike. Humiliated Virginian Gray "Ghost" prays no one seen her. Sam pursues her with the help of his matchmaking roguish criminal canine. "The Devil to Pay" by Jeaniene Frost. In DC Blake buys Crack hoping an overdose will kill him. However, thugs mug him but he kills them as the demon inside him insures he lives. Elise the vampire lives alone under a train station. When they meet they fall in love, but must remove the demon, which means the host dies. "The Catch of the Century" by Sophia Nash. The new Duke John has become the latest catch among the Ton. He meets schoolmistress Victoria when his Coachman almost ran over her and her three young male students. He is attracted to her feistiness; he considers the teacher to be "The Catch of the Century". "Charmed by Her Smile" by Tracy Anne Warren. In 1809, Duke Quentin kisses India which leaves them both wanting more. However as she has problems especially with "Peter the Pest" he has doubts because he wants her to have more chances with life than a week of falling in love. These are five terrific romances with four loosely connected by a lead duke while Jeaniene Frost's entry is radically different as an urban fantasy. Still, fans will enjoy this fine collection as each contribution is well written starring solid lead characters. As a bonus, fans of Sophia Nash will recognize some of her protagonists from previous tales as support players. Harriet Klausner
Rpt766 More than 1 year ago
These stories were to short especially cathy maxwell's. That one might have been better if linger and more time was used devepoing the story. Overall, not worth wasting your money.
SuzieQSK More than 1 year ago
This was quick and easy reading. The stories were cute and not too racy. A little tame for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful book to take you away from the hot days of summer and into a world of fun and romance.
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I bought this book because it has a short story by Jeanene Frost that has characters from her series, really good short story! Havent read the others yet but looking forward to it and maybe I will discover a new author!
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TheChesireCat More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed each of the tales. The only bad part was that they ended too soon!
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ElJayMills More than 1 year ago
The Four Dukes stories are all historical and work well as a group. The Devil story is contemporary vampires and was a jarring addition to an otherwise enjoyable collection. The Devil could have been an historical character with Devil as a nickname and would have worked much better.
Lynz_in_Love More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading the first, fourth, and fifth story in this book; the first story being my favorite! I ended up only giving it three stars because the other two stories in this book just weren't worth my time.
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