Romancing the Duke (Castles Ever After Series #1)

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As the daughter of a famed author, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight grew up on tales of brave knights and fair maidens.  She never doubted romance would be in her future, too.  The storybooks offered endless possibilities.

And as she grew older, Izzy crossed them off.  One by one by one.

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Overview

As the daughter of a famed author, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight grew up on tales of brave knights and fair maidens.  She never doubted romance would be in her future, too.  The storybooks offered endless possibilities.

And as she grew older, Izzy crossed them off.  One by one by one.

  • Ugly duckling turned swan?
  • Abducted by handsome highwayman?
  • Rescued from drudgery by charming prince?

No, no, and . . . Heh.

Now Izzy’s given up yearning for romance. She’ll settle for a roof over her head.  What fairy tales are left over for an impoverished twenty-six year-old woman who’s never even been kissed?

This one.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
★ 12/16/2013
Dare’s first Castles Ever After historical provides a unique twist to a fairy tale, complete with an ancient castle, a damsel in distress, and a wounded hero. In 19th-century England, Isolde “Izzy” Goodnight is left penniless when her father, who was a writer, dies. Her one ray of hope is a letter telling her that she has inherited Gostley Castle from her godfather. The castle turns out to be a crumbling structure that already has a resident: Ransom Vane, the Duke of Rothbury. After an accident left him blind, Ransom has secluded himself in the castle, not realizing that his agents sold it to the man who bequeathed it to Izzy. Certain that the truth of the building’s ownership lies in the untouched correspondence on Ransom’s desk, Izzy insists on becoming his secretary. While she is drawn to his masculine beauty, Izzy really falls for Ransom when his kindness belies his rakish behavior. Dare’s lyrical writing and expert, intense character development make this a romance to be savored with the eager expectation of future series installments. (Feb.)
Booklist (starred review)
Splendidly talented Dare creates cleverly written dialogue, exceptionally appealing characters, and an engaging plot that gives a wink toward Beauty and the Beast and a nod to fandom, all key components in this wickedly funny and soul-satisfyingly romantic novel, the perfect launch to Dare’s new Castles Ever After series.
Fresh Fiction
Tessa Dare’s first instalment in the new Castles Ever After series, ROMANCING THE DUKE will have readers clearing their keeper shelf just to make room for this little gem! Jam- packed with hilarious banter, Dare’s trademark humor is showcased in its full glory.
Smexy Books
This book is already in my top books for 2014. This new series of Tessa Dare’s is off to an amazing start!
Smart Bitches Trashy Books
I think this is a truly unique historical that will appeal to readers who aren’t often historical fans.
Kirkus Reviews
★ 2014-01-09
Izzy Goodnight has long given up on fairy tales, so she is shocked to learn that she has inherited a castle and must figure out what to do with the wounded duke who lives there. As the daughter of a scholar famous for penning a series of tales about knights and maidens, Izzy knows a thing or two about fairy tales. However, she also knows hunger and financial desperation thanks to the same father, who never took the time to ensure she was cared for after his death. In fact, Izzy has spent her life looking after her father and supporting his career, so his betrayal in this manner is even more crushing. Learning she has inherited a castle from one of her father's advisers sends her fleeing to the property, only to find a dilapidated building and the wounded duke who used to own it—and who is quite surprised and angry to learn he no longer does. Since Izzy has no money and the duke needs help, they agree she will stay on and help him get his affairs in order, and he will pay her for her services. Getting to the bottom of the mystery forces them to work closely together, and both are stunned when a strong attraction flares between them. But Izzy is the beloved daughter of a famous author, and her father's adoring public comes calling, causing tension in the household. Add in Izzy's self-consciousness regarding her plain appearance, the continued dispute over the castle and various quirky secondary characters, not to mention a few secrets and dangers along the bumpy path to the couple's happily-ever-after, and you have the recipe for an effervescent, heart-tugging romance. Dare starts her new series with a unique storyline, a sweet, fun nod to literary fandom, and two main characters who are perfect for each other yet never would have met if they weren't each at a nadir in life's journey.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062240194
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/2014
  • Series: Castles Ever After Series , #1
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 229,002
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Tessa Dare is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of more than a dozen historical romances. A librarian by training and a book-lover at heart, Tessa makes her home in Southern California, where she lives with her husband, their two children, and a pair of cosmic kitties.

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  • Posted July 26, 2014

    10 STARS IF I COULD!! I know each of us have our own individual

    10 STARS IF I COULD!! I know each of us have our own individual taste, but I truly don't understand the low ratings for this novel. I love the writing style of Tessa Dare, and this is one of my favorites. I laughed out loud so many times, and got teary eyed too. Her style pulls you into the story, and made me feel I was part of this unique storyline. I only bought this, because who the writer was. I don't like fairytales slants, but oh I am so glad I read this. I won't go into the premise as others have described this story. But, you will love our H/h. I understood how each felt the way they did. Their is much passion, good honest lovemaking, not crude, just lovely written. I hope you will take a chance on this new series and get lost for a few hours of pure enjoyment! (ljb)

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 21, 2014

    I¿ve been on a contemporary suspense/thriller kick lately, so it

    I’ve been on a contemporary suspense/thriller kick lately, so it took me a few pages to switch gears and start to enjoy Tessa Dare’s latest, Romancing the Duke, which publisher HarperCollins tells me is the first of a new “Castles Ever After” series. I read Tessa’s Spindle Cove series a while back – and enjoyed it – so after catching a review in an old issue of PW I decided to check it out.

    I’m glad that I did – even if the flowery language threw me for a loop in the beginning (the gear-switching phase). I even took the following note: “‘His facial topography was a proud, noble landscape’ Really? Who WRITES that crap?”

    Well, Tessa Dare writes that crap – as flowing out of the mind of her protagonist, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight, upon meeting our hero Ransom Vane, the Duke of Rothbury. Turns out Izzy can be excused for her melodrama, as she’s grown up as the inspiration for a wildly popular serial fairy tale written by her father. Since her father’s death she’s been surviving (scraping by) on the goodwill and heroine-worship of the story’s devotees. All that chivalry and Gothic high drama can influence a girl’s way of thinking.

    She’s down to her last few shillings when Izzy receives an enigmatic message advising her that she’s the beneficiary of an unexpected bequest from her godfather, and asking her to meet at Gostley Castle. She arrives in Northumberland to a crumbling castle (of course), in the rain (did you expect a sunny day?), with no one there to greet her except a “tall, dark, handsome man” (yes, that really is a direct quote) who keeps to the shadows. And then she faints – ah, not into his arms, but onto the stone courtyard. Turns out she hasn’t eaten in a couple of days, though the titular Duke believes she’s fainted dead away at the sight of his scarred face. Yup, we’ve got that cliché in there too.

    You might sense my snark, but surprisingly by this point of the story – only 12 pages in – these characters have already won me over, and I’m enjoying every second of the story and every thought flowing through the characters’ heads. And that’s a total testament to Tessa Dare’s writing style and storytelling ability. On the surface, she’s hitting every bad historical cliché, but she’s also very cleverly and very subtly weaving in Rothbury’s wry sense of humor and Izzy’s glimmering hopefulness. It feels as if the characters are aware of themselves as a cliché, laughing softly, and acting their story with enthusiasm, energy, and joy regardless.

    Tessa’s superbly understated characterization makes both Izzy and Ransom completely irresistible and creates a charming story. You root for these characters all the way. Despite the language, they feel genuine. Their dialog is witty and the love scenes are both tender and tingly. Tessa takes melodrama and sneakily turns it into lighthearted fun. Kudos!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 26, 2014

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    It's Tessa Dare so of course the story is deft, romantic, adorab

    It's Tessa Dare so of course the story is deft, romantic, adorable, witty . . . everything you'd expect. This one particularly touches my heart for the less-than-perfect hero you'll love anyway, and the heroine who isn't physically beautiful and doesn't suddenly become so.

    The very best part of this book is that ever chapter or so there is a phrase or a description so perfect, so lovely, it's like tiny strings of poetry hidden amidst the prose. You just need to pause a moment and roll it over in your head like you'd roll a sparkling gem in your hand.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 22, 2014

    The first book in the always-enchanting Tessa Dare's newest seri

    The first book in the always-enchanting Tessa Dare's newest series, Castles Ever After, Romancing the Duke is a wonderful mesh of the gothic along with a dash of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table and Beauty and the Beast. Izzy Goodnight’s father penned The Goodnight Tales, a series of fairy tales about chivalry and honor, romantic love, and derring-do. When her father dies, however, Izzy is left destitute and unprotected, a woman poor and alone. When she receives news she has been left an inheritance, she travels from home to meet her fate. She also meets Ransom, an angry and emotionally and physically scarred duke.
     This story is very reminiscent of Jillian Hunter’s A Duke’s Temptation; in that story, the hero wrote dark stories of chivalry and adventure, his heroine was an obsessed fan, and they lived in an old castle. Its comedy also brings to mind Jane Austen’s gothic spoof novel, Northanger Abbey. There’s a decrepit ancient castle, a brooding and damaged hero, an innocent yet ever-optimistic and practical heroine, and a colorful cast of secondary characters.
     There is some wonderfully wry humor here, mostly tongue-in-cheek, especially connected with the Goodnight Tales’ groupies (hilariously called Moranglians from the make-believe world of Moranglia) who travel the countryside and re-enact jousts and scenes from the beloved tales. Also, Ransom’s perpetual irritation plays wonderfully against Izzy’s brisk efficiency and persistence and kindness. He can’t resist her as she wears him down. She even has a pet ermine named Snowdrop, one of many well-meaning but frivolous gifts bestowed on Izzy by the Moranglians. The scene when they descend on the castle and Izzy plays along with them made me laugh out loud.
    Duncan, Ransom’s long-suffering and devoted valet-cum-butler, is an important character as he reveals the truth of the duke’s past, a truth that literally sets Ransom free. There’s also Miss Abigail Pelham, the vicar’s efficient and enthusiastic daughter, who adds a nice prim and proper touch to this otherwise enjoyably bawdy and saucy story.
    Ransom reminds me of Lord Dain, the tortured hero in Loretta Chase’s Lord of Scoundrels, but this story’s lighthearted and fairy tale-like tone is the complete opposite of that darker story. Like Dain, Ransom feels that no one loves him, that he is unloveable, so he doesn’t even want to try. Until Izzy. But he’s not as cold and cruel as Dain can be.
    Izzy is a sweet and curious heroine. She dreams of true love and her own happily ever after and hopes for the best in all situations. She is completely responsible for herself now that her father is gone and she comes to recognize that Ransom’s fears and vulnerabilities mirror her own. It’s sweet how each try to comfort the other. For example, she’s terrified of the dark and Ransom’s touching gestures are a comfort to her. And, when solicitors come calling to try to dispute his dukedom, Izzy and the Moranglians band together to help him.
    In a no-nonsense and straightforward manner, Tessa Dare also touches on the vulnerability of women during this time. Without fighting for her rights to the castle, Izzy would be turned out on the streets, destitute and alone. ”’Don’t tell me you’re one of those women with radical ideas.’ ‘No,’ she returned. ‘I’m one of those women with nothing. There are a great many of us.’” (p42)
    Memorable moments:
    “If he had to have a swooning, nuzzling woman collapse on his doorstep, why couldn’t it be one who smelled of vinegar and old cheese? No, he had to get one scented of rosemary and sweet powdered skin."  (p12)
    ”’Beautiful women are always trouble. Whether they mean to be or not.’” (p18)
    “Any self-respecting rake had two kinds of women in his life: those he took to bed at night and those who made him a pancake in the morning. If he suddenly wanted both from the same woman, it was a warning flag. One big and red enough even for a blind man to see." (p94)
    "She’d been alone for a long time. In some ways, since well before her father died. And she was well-enough acquainted with loneliness to understand that the worst part wasn’t having nobody caring for you—it was having nobody to care for."  (p137)
    “She couldn’t let this happen. It was all well and good to say ‘no expectations,’ but Izzy knew how her affection-starved heart worked. She was so desperate to love and be loved, she could sprout tender feelings toward a rock. And rocks didn’t call her ‘bewitching’ or ‘temptress.’” (p183)
    If you enjoy stories within stories, gothic spoofs, and ever-optimistic heroines and damaged heroes, you might enjoy this fun and entertaining story.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2014

    Isolde Goodnight's life so far has been a fairytale. Just not th

    Isolde Goodnight's life so far has been a fairytale. Just not the happily ever after kind. However, after receiving a letter informing her of an inheritance Izzy is optimistic that things will change for the better.

    Ransom, the Duke of Rothbury, has lived his life with all the liberties that come with the title and doesn't believe in fairytales. For the last seven months though, he has isolated himself at one of his castles. When Izzy arrives Ransom will do all he can to get her to leave him to his solitude.

    Izzy refuses to let Ransom deter her from making the best of her new situation and Ransom finds himself wondering if he even wants to.

    I was pleasantly surprised with this book and will definitely be reading more of Tessa Dare.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    delicious read

    I so thoroughly enjoyed this book. Could not wait to see what happened next and then was sorry it was over. Looking forward to the next one. Tessa Dare weaves wonderful tales.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    Disappointing

    I like most of this authors books. This one started out promising, good setup, good dialogue, likable lead characters, ok chemistry. But i thought it became very goofy at the end, and I found myself wanting it to wrap up. I am disappointed. I hope the next book in this series is better.

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  • Posted February 21, 2014

    Fun and entertaining with an interesting cast of characters

    Another great start to a series from Tessa Dare. I really enjoy heroes and heroines that are a bit off the norm and this one has that in spades, along with Dare's trademark humor and banter. Also, Ransom's issue is handled very believably without miracle cop-outs. It is a bit tamer than some of her other offerings, but does still have heat. While I don't think it will replace the Spindle Cove series on my favorites list, I will definitely be looking forward to more in this series. (Couple of "huh?" editing moments that caught my attention, but I loved that the heroine has a weasel--ermine, actually---as a pet, so all is forgiven!)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2014

    this is one of my favorite new series. I love this book and I highly recommend it!

    can't wait for the next book in Tessa Dare new series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    Wonderful book!

    Tessa Dare never disappoints. After her hugely popular Spindle Cove series, she's on track to exceed expectations with her new Castles Ever After series. Izzy Goodnight is a engaging heroine and Ransom is just the duke to give her an amazing Happily Ever After.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVED IT!

    This was the most enjoyable read I've had in a long time. Thank you T.D. for the passion, the love, the wonderful characters, and the laugh out loud banter! I didn't want this story to end. I want to see this book made into a movie! I will read it again and savor every word!.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2014

    Excellent!

    I loved this book! It is the story of 2 people who become temporary co-owners of a decrepit castle. It is the birthright of Ransom, the Duke, but it is willed to Izzy, a young woman who is loved by many but down to her last penny. The Duke has recently lost his eyesight and dropped out of society. Izzy recently became homeless and penniless when her father died with no will. She refuses to leave the castle while the mystery of true ownership is being solved. As always, the course of true love is never easy but quite satisfying once it is found. The characters were well developed, and the plot was fresh and compelling. Steam 3+. I'd definitely recommend this book, and I look forward to the next installment of this series.
    PSP

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2014

    Fantastic- some of the best Dare has done.

    Dare's writing is growing richer and better with each story she writes. Fantastic title- filled with lots of humor and a couple of tears, and a deep appreciation for fairy tales.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 9, 2014

    I kept hearing great things about this book, so I decided to pic

    I kept hearing great things about this book, so I decided to pick up my own copy and try it out. AND now I feel like I have a bit of a book hangover.

    I loved it. It's everything I love in my historical romances. Quirky heroine. Brooding Duke. Odd animals and secondary characters. Oh yeah, and a castle. How could I forget that?

    I'm rather sappy with my romantic fiction, and I'll admit I love light-hearted romance. Those are probably my favorite sort of romance reads. Don't get me wrong, I can go the angsty, dark reads with the best of them. But, I get enough angst in real life at times. Sometimes I just want something entertaining and/or humorous that makes me smile. Something lovely.

    And there you have it, Romancing the Duke. Yes, I actually thought this was a 'lovely' book. It had everything I enjoy the most - bursts of humor, sweet hero (when he wasn't brooding), cute heroine, great dialogue between the hero and heroine which never seemed forced, just flowed naturally. The book was well-written, and I can honestly say there wasn't any aspect of the book I didn't like. Not even close. This book totally was left with the warm fuzzies at the end. Now I can't wait for more to come in this series.

    If you're looking for a light-hearted, fun read, go ahead and grab this one. It's a great book in my opinion.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014

    Awwww

    The best book ive read in a long long time!!!!!!!

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  • Posted February 8, 2014

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    4.5 Stars  ~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Cove

    4.5 Stars 
    ~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

    Tessa Dare does it again!  Here’s a series I’ll be hooked on for as long as she wants to write it.  What an unconventional hero and how I love him!  I am always a fan of a hero with a disability and scarred, and in this case, Ransom is partially (or mostly) blind.  He’s a Duke but he’s had a rough go in the past year.  Getting hurt in a fight, being scarred and losing his sight.  As well as losing his fiance to another man.  He’s been hiding in Gostley Castle ever since.

    That is until Izzy Goodnight strolls in.  She’s down on her luck herself, with no where to go after her father died.  Her last hope is meeting a mysterious man who sent her a letter about an inheritance she may have.  Which turns out to be the Castle itself.  Izzy’s godfather (or better described as her father’s friend whom she met once) has left her Gostley Castle.  But there’s a surly Duke in it who believes his property wouldn’t have been sold without his consent.  And so Izzy becomes Ransom’s secretary and helps him go through months of mail to figure out if indeed the property was sold to her godfather, rendering it hers.

    I loved every single thing about this story.  It’s a fairy tale style story that you can’t help but get wrapped up in and just brings a smile to your face.  Izzy has been forced by life to slowly give up her belief in happily ever afters, and that her prince charming won’t come and swoop her off her feet.  She’s become more practical.  Forced to live a lie to make her father’s followers happy.  But she’s still the kind of woman that sees the glass half full and finds the good in everything.

    Ransom I just loved.  He’s moody and grumpy, but he’s caring from the beginning.  Even after life beat him down, he’s still got good in him even though he tries to muddy it.  I really enjoyed Izzy and Ransom together.  They have great chemistry and they were perfect to help each other out.  They are both misfits in a way and they brought out the best in each other out.

    You can expect to smile and even laugh out loud with this story.  This is the perfect blend of historical romance and fairy tales with characters full of life and emotion.  You won’t be able to stop reading until you’ve finished!

    *ARC provided by publisher

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2014

    Great story that was over before I knew it!

    This was a fun story, and the characters were great. The book flowed so well and kept me captivated, I finished the story in no time at all. Was sad to see it end!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    Loved it

    I loved every minute of this book. It made me cry and laugh. Very cleverly written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    Great Story! (LVR)

    Tessa Dare creates wonderful stories and series. This is just another exceptional read from this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    5 stars

    Clever and unique storyline and I loved every page.

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