Duke of Secrets (Moonlight Square, Book 2)

Duke of Secrets (Moonlight Square, Book 2)

by Gaelen Foley

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BN ID: 2940157613273
Publisher: Gaelen Foley
Publication date: 03/02/2017
Series: Moonlight Square , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 76,045
File size: 8 MB

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Duke of Secrets (Moonlight Square, Book 2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
smg5775 More than 1 year ago
Asrael tries to stay away from the Prometheans which his fathered ruled until his death. His neighbor Serena wants to know about the Prometheans and the hold they had on her parents in the past. Serena pushes her inquiries and Asrael decides to help her in order to protect her. I enjoyed this story. Asrael is different from the usual hero in Regencies. While he may hold the title, he is unconcerned about it. He makes sure that what must be done is done but he is not in the inner circle of government. He has some unusual house guests at his different estates and homes. He does not care what people think of him. He is intrigued by Serena. As Serena searches for the truth about her parents' pasts she is more drawn to Asrael. She is determined and persistent which I love about her. At times the story feels more modern day than historical because of how things are stated, Serena's freedom, and Asrael's rejection of what society deemed proper for a titled gentleman. I like that because the characters feel real to me, not like stilted caricatures of the times. I like how the story touches on Ms. Foley's Inferno Club series. It seems a part of that series as well as the Moonlight Square series
sugmadsdream More than 1 year ago
Gaelen Foley is back with the best Moonlight Square book so far, and this one will be difficult to surpass. Azrael and Serena were perfect for each other. Neither knew exactly who they really were. Azrael carried on a constant battle to not become his father. Serena threatened to do whatever necessary to discover her biological father.(I knew this would not turn out well.) Throw two secret societies into the mix, one good and one evil, and the adventure takes off, accelerating to a heroic conclusion. I loved watching Serena change from a spoiled debutante into a compassionate, loving match for Azrael's lonely little boy in a man's body. The love and understanding she gave him brought him to life. The secondary characters were well-developed, and it was a treat to see the return of the Inferno Club. And for humor, Bianca Burns's "application" to be Azrael's mistress hit the mark. I can't wait to see who is moving in on the corner!
greekgoddess422 More than 1 year ago
Book 2 in the series . Regency Romance . Hero is Azrael, Duke of Rivenwood.. Heroine is Lady Serena Parker (Daughter to an Earl . . There are a few historical romance authors that I can devour in a few hours . Gaelen is one of them . Her storylines are rich with information, the writing is smooth, it just flows . And in some paragraphs you can see her imagination just flowing . Lots of examples in this story . Where you see some characters from her other regency one ... The order of Archangel Michael. In this story it's no different . You have Lady Serena learning from a former Beau who does research that her father is not her father .... Her mother won't answer her questions the mothers nose is stuck in the Bible . Serena doesn't want to hurt her fathers feelings by asking him . There is only one other person she can ask and that is Azrael ( love his description . Lanky tall with white silver hair )!He sounds just like the Angel he's named after . When Serena was younger she remembers Azerael coming to see her parents . Does he know who her real father is . How does Lady Serena go about finding out .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book held my attention. Loved both the hero and hrroine.