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The Duke and the Lost Night
     

The Duke and the Lost Night

2.8 44
by Jennifer Conner
 

Amelia arrives on the doorstep of her childhood friend, the Duke, in the middle of the night with an outrageous plan. If he agrees to ruin her, then she won't be required to marry the cad she doesn’t love.


Will Spencer do what she desires and go along with her idea, or does he have a very unexpected plan of his own?


This is story one

Overview

Amelia arrives on the doorstep of her childhood friend, the Duke, in the middle of the night with an outrageous plan. If he agrees to ruin her, then she won't be required to marry the cad she doesn’t love.


Will Spencer do what she desires and go along with her idea, or does he have a very unexpected plan of his own?


This is story one of the series, The Regimental Heroes.

Editorial Reviews

Claire Luna-Pinsker
Jennifer Connor has brought Victorian romance to the next level with her short story, “The Duke and the Lost Night.” Amelia and Spencer, the Duke of Warringham, have been close friends since childhood years. Youthful antics and dreams turn to adult reality when Amelia conceives a plan to sabotage her intended betrothal to another man, Brenton, requesting Spencer’s assistance to fulfill the plan. Amelia quotes, “You are every fantasy I have had on the lost nights when

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044948501
Publisher:
Books to Go Now
Publication date:
09/10/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
56,220
File size:
136 KB

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The Duke and the Lost Night 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute, but way too short. Had I known the page count...11 pages...I would not have paid for it.
1988Dee More than 1 year ago
It only has 11 pages for $1.99. It should have been FREE!!!
hobbsforever More than 1 year ago
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.
Joy Villmow More than 1 year ago
The story is over after the first couple of pages. Of course, the whole thing is only a few pages long. Don' t waste your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is by far my favorite from Jennifer! I loved Spencer and Amelia. I only wish it was longer. A definite must read!
Anonymous 12 months ago
This could be a very good entertaining story if it was longer. Way to short that's why only 3 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this short story. Love conquers the cad " )
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a Waste of time as little a time it may take to read it. In good conscience; I cannot recommend.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish it had been a full length book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really 10 min read....... what a waste of money.....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4 stars out of 5 on rating. very enjoyable reading.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could have been a full length book. Pretty good premise but just a synopsis more than a short story. Not even hot sex.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is potentially a great story, however, it is only 15 pages long. Shame on you guys calling this a story. In my business, we call this an idea.
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There was just enough of the story to understand the characters and their dilemma. The information didn't seem forced even though it was short. It was very sweet.
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Thirty pages of nondescriptive writting. IF the writter was given a word cap..it worked. It capped my attention and did not keep my interest. It DOES read like a 12 year old wrote it. No continuity.
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