For the Duke's Eyes Only: School for Dukes

For the Duke's Eyes Only: School for Dukes

by Lenora Bell

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ISBN-13: 9780062692498
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/18/2018
Series: School for Dukes Series , #2
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 109,647
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 6.10(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Lenora Bell is a USA Today bestselling, award-winning author of historical romances. She grew up in a small Alaskan town that still has no traffic lights, and she blames those long, dark winters for turning her into a lifelong bookworm. She has lived and worked on five continents but can currently be found in an old farmhouse in the Pacific Northwest with her carpenter husband and two tiger-striped rescue kitties.

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For the Duke's Eyes Only: School for Dukes 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Better than the first book in the series! Raven and India were more relatable for me than Mari & Edgar. India was more of an Indiana Jones/Laura Drift combo, Raven was an archeological 007. The chemistry was very apparent, despite their attempts to try & forget their last love for each other, & hide it beneath a battle of the sexes. It's always irritated me when romance heroes sleep with numerous woman while trying ignore the pain of a past lost love with the heroine. Although India's sexual experience was limited to another make colleague, it was nice to see that she didn't allow Raven's "betrayal" to keep her the virgin spinster doing nothing with her life. She still did things to define herself as a person, & not be labeled a poor little love lost girl. Raven's reasons for what he did were understandable, if somewhat misguided. Some parts at the end did seem a little rushed, maybe could have spent some more time to develop fully. Overall, a great read--one I will enjoy rereading in the future!
LEH0644 7 months ago
Growing up on adjoining estates, India and Daniel have been bethrothed for years. This ends at her coming-out party when she catches him kissing another woman. He sees the hurt on Indy’s face and hates putting it there but he is now a spy for England and has to forget about a family. She becomes an archaeologist and travels the globe in search of teasure. He is not the Duke of Ravenwood and acts the part of a roguish duke while carrying out his espionage duties. The newest case has Indy and Raven acting as partners to find and retrieve a stolen antiquity. Both realize their love for each other has never died and is stronger than ever. Cute story and wonder whether Raven's vision of marriage with Indy and having two children comes true. Would he truly enjoy having Indy as his boss on their archaeological digs?
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Spies and archaeologists? Especially a female archaeologist named Indy? Yes, please! :) For the Duke's Eyes Only was a really fun read. I really enjoyed the BFFs-as-children-turned-enemies-turned-professional-rivals aspect of the story; the prologue where the two of them made their first major archaeological find was absolutely least it was, until it wasn't. Even when they aren't getting along--especially when they aren't getting along?--Indy and Raven have amazing chemistry together. I loved that Indy was one of the first people to (fictionally, of course...) advance the theory that the pharaoh Hatshepsut was really a woman, and the fact that her life's ambition was to find Cleopatra's tomb? The cherry on top! The mystery of the disappearing Egyptian artifacts was intriguing--I especially liked that the Rosetta Stone was one of them. The resolution of that part of the plot was a bit fantastical, but still entertaining. I mean, spies and archaeologists. Throw in the romance and really, that's all I need. For the Duke's Eyes Only is the second book in Ms. Bell's School for Dukes series (the first is Indy's brother's story) but would work just fine as a standalone. The next ( One Fine Duke ) is Mina's--Raven's mentor's niece's--story; who had a very minor role here. It looks to be just as much fun, though! Rating: 4 stars / B+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book
Lost-N-Love-N-Hopeless More than 1 year ago
IT WAS FUN . . . Two former best friends with history, a present, and working on a future. Lady India (Indy) Rochester and Daniel Bonds (Raven), the Duke of Ravenwood were childhood friends something changed everything for them. Watching them go from current rivals to allies back to friends and then lovers was fun. There was a story there. There were ups and downs. Indy and Raven were not your typical couple or friendship of a true regency history, but what they were were a couple that took on the adventure and intrigue of the hunt. Indy was every inch a lady until it was not need for her to be so. She was strong and independent. She was clever. Raven was hiding more than just his feeling for his former best friend. Getting to know them was fun. Watching them cover each other backs was fun. Watching them watch the other was fun. This was not a steal your heart romance but it was a romance you will enjoy for the time you are reading it.
book_junkee More than 1 year ago
I had read and enjoyed the previous book in this series and loved India so much that I requested this as soon as I saw it. Love love loved India. She’s smart and stands up for herself and sasses with the best of them. Raven is a charming rogue with a lot more to him than it appears. Together they push each other’s buttons and banter like crazy. I was loving every minute of it. Plot wise, it felt very Indiana Jones. There were secret missions and kissing and knife fights. It did wrap up rather abruptly and after so much build up, it left me wanting. Overall, it was a delightful read about two former BFFs to more slash hate to love. I’m eager to see if there’s another book in the series. **Huge thanks to Avon Books for providing the arc free of charge**