Duke Most Wanted: The Heiress Brides

Duke Most Wanted: The Heiress Brides

by Celeste Bradley
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Duke Most Wanted: The Heiress Brides by Celeste Bradley

Sophie Blake's grandfather willed his fortune to the first of his granddaughters to marry a duke. Since her cousin, Deirdre, will seal the deal any day now, the quiet, bookish Sophie can sit back and enjoy her time with the only man she truly adores: Graham. No matter that the part charmer, part scoundrel has absolutely no designs on her! Sophie is content to engage Graham in lively conversation, beat him at cards. . .and probe at the darkness hiding behind his rakish smile.

Then Graham unexpectedly gains a title, an estate in near ruins and a mountain of debt. If there is any chance of survival he must find a rich wife—quickly. As his hunt for a bride begins, Sophie realizes that she isn't even in the running. Suddenly no longer content to be a wallflower, Sophie gets a stunning make-over and becomes the belle of the ball. Lots of heads are turning…including Graham's. But this beauty has secrets of her own. Will she be his salvation or seal his fate?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429937498
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 04/29/2008
Series: Heiress Brides Series , #3
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 135,033
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Celeste Bradley is the New York Times bestselling author of Scoundrel in My Dreams, Desperately Seeking a Duke, and the Royal Four and Liars Club series, among many others. Prior to giving writing a try, Celeste was a professional artist. Believing that storytelling is as much of an art form, she applies those skills to writing. She is a two-time RITA Nominee and winner of the prestigious Historical Storyteller of the Year from Romantic Times Book Reviews. Mother of two teen divas, Southern-born Celeste lives in the Southwest. Her hobbies include gardening, jewelry making and collage. She feels very strongly that literacy can change lives.


Celeste Bradley is The New York Times bestselling author of Scoundrel in My Dreams,  Desperately Seeking a Duke, and the Royal Four and Liars Club series, among many others. Prior to giving writing a try, Celeste was a professional artist. Believing that storytelling is as much of an art form, she applies those skills to writing. She is a two-time RITA Nominee and winner of the prestigious Historical Storyteller of the Year from Romantic Times Book Reviews. Mother of two teen divas, Southern-born Celeste lives in the Southwest. Her hobbies include gardening, jewelry making and collage. She feels very strongly that literacy can change lives.

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Duke Most Wanted (Heiress Brides Series) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
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I love celeste bradley a lot and her novels are really wonderful. The plots and twists are really exciting and one cannot put the book down once started. All nighters all welcome but this one just falls short. Sophie's sudden transformation is not that much to look forward to, and the twist about her true identity just killed it for me. It went awry and not as appealing as it was on the first couple of chapters. It's just really not a good read for me, compared to her other books.
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