Falling for a Duke

Falling for a Duke

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ISBN-13: 9781947152410
Publisher: Mirror Press
Publication date: 08/15/2018
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

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Falling for a Duke 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is lots more story here with all the other brides. Look forward to reading more.
L_Lindsey More than 1 year ago
Falling for a Duke (Timeless Regency Collection) was a true delight to read. Each novella captured your heart both in its characters and story line. It has been a long time since I’ve been emotional reading a novella. These three completed what is difficult to do, namely, gather your interest immediately, write characters with depth that you become attached to and have a story line that can wrap up without feeling bereft of detail. I’ve read Rebecca and Nichole’s novels before and was again treated to their skill. Janelle was new to me and I heartily approve. This collection has to be one of my favorites!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Falling for a Duke is another charming release from the Timeless Regency Collection. Ceanna, Elizabeth, and Madeline are three young adult women who each find themselves in the company of a duke for less than ideal reasons. Authors Nichole Van, Rebecca Connolly, and Janelle Daniels create well written stories with resilient characters that entertain, amuse, and charm. Great characters, unexpected plots and fun along the way, Falling for a Duke is entertaining reading. I received a complimentary copy of Falling for a Duke: Timeless Regency Collection for my candid review.
TheBookmaiden More than 1 year ago
I'd been wanting to hear what happened to Derek's brother, so I was very excited to find out here in Rebecca Connelly's story. Though why David thought not correcting his identity right away could ever be better?? Now I just want something about Diana and her Bow Street Runner!! Actually, I'd always wanted that more! :) Vingt-et-Un by Nicole Van was my favorite and not what I expected. Though I always hate it when people mistakenly think they're the injured (and only) party without putting forth any real effort to find out. Also, I think it was unlikely he would have been off at war as the heir. The last story I thought was very middle school but surprisingly sweet.
Austen-Heyer-fan More than 1 year ago
Falling for a Duke  As per usual, the Timeless collections are delightful and a fun way to discover new authors! Never any worries about editing... On the Duke's Errand by Rebecca Connolly (3 stars) Fun story and well-written, but I had a hard time feeling that the characters were true to the mores of their era. That said, it was sweet and enjoyable. Vingt-et-un/Twenty-one by Nichole Van (4 stars) Very well-written novella with a fabulously believable plot. For being a novella, it felt complete, no insta-love. Quite a clever plot...I think I've found a new author to follow! I Kissed a Duke by Janelle Daniels (3 stars) Insta love, but delightful just the same. Well-written and edited. A fun, quick read.
SLReads More than 1 year ago
Romance, clean, period This is another nice collection of novellas. The first novella, "On the Duke's Errand", the premise of mistaken identity leads to some hardship later in the novel. As Lord David is visiting his father's holdings in Scotland, and seeking to manage it and get it operating better and hopefully become more profitable, he gets to know the neighbors. Some are helpful and some are awful, in the process, he meets independent and beautiful Ceana Shaw, who doesn't think the best of him. As his mistaken identity snow balls a bit, and Ceana's heart melts a bit, a lovely story unfolds. Lush setting, and good characterization made for a great read for me! In "Vingt-et-Un/Twenty-one", Eliza has hidden herself away from her past love, Liam Trebor, and created a fictitious husband who had been killed in the war. Eliza's cousin, who has betrayed her for a second time, reveals Eliza's whereabouts to the Duke of Chawton (Liam). As Eliza's secrets unfold, and Liam's misunderstanding is cleared up, a beautiful reconciliation is inevitable. Lovely read, and well done! The twist on the name was clever, and another great read. In "I Kissed a Duke", this was the weakest of the novellas for me as a reader, a bit silly, and it seemed a little far fetched that a man in the circumstances would be attracted to this somewhat silly girl who was so desperate for societal acceptance that she accepted all these dares. However, that being said, the Duke was an honest and sincere character, and Madeline, a lovely catch who didn't have the machinations and guile of some of the other women. Madeline and Ethan (the Duke) had some lovely chemistry, still a good read in the end. This was the 3 of the novellas, the others, a definite 4 read for me. Rounded up for the 4.
Brookes_Books More than 1 year ago
Regency is my favorite historical period to read. These Timeless Regency Collections are truly enjoyable for me. In addition to great stories, I am also introduced to new authors. In this collection, all 3 stories were captivating, I couldn't put them down. My favorite, yet most heart wrenching, was Vingt-et-Un. Wow, wonderful. Each story had its own feel, some with wit and fun, some with underhandedness (is that a word?), and all with lovely romance.