Lady Be Bad: A Duke's Daughters Novel

Lady Be Bad: A Duke's Daughters Novel

by Megan Frampton

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ISBN-13: 9780062666635
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/25/2017
Series: Duke's Daughters Series , #1
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 45,842
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Megan Frampton writes historical romance under her own name and romantic women’s fiction as Megan Caldwell. She likes the color black, gin, dark-haired British men, and huge earrings, not in that order. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and son.

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Lady Be Bad: A Duke's Daughters Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
RememberingJulie More than 1 year ago
While not my favorite Frampton novel, I still loved this and I cannot wait to meet her sisters! I also loved the erotic poetry as the starting point - so perfect!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
book_junkee More than 1 year ago
I had read a different book from this author and liked it, but it was the comparison to P+P they caught my eye. I loved Eleanor and Alexander. They're both in a similar situation of being told what to do and within that situation they find themselves. Eleanor is smart and sassy. She loves books and snark. Alexander love banter and books of a...different kind. Together they're adorable and it was easy to root for them. Plot wise, it was delightful. There is essentially no angst and I adored Eleanor's sisters being so supportive. Even better was that the ladies were involved in figuring out how it was all going to work out. Overall, it was a quick and fun read. I'll definitely be looking for the next in the series. **Huge thanks to Avon Books for providing the arc free of charge**
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lady Eleanor Howlett is the daughter of the Duke of Marymount. Her younger sister, Della, eloped with her dancing instructor which brought scandal to the family. Now, Eleanor and her three sisters, twins Pearl and Olivia, and their youngest sister, Ida, must do all they can to repair the family’s reputation. As the Duke and Duchess had no sons, the title and holdings will go to the girls’ cousin, Reginald. However, the girls all have substantial dowries. Eleanor’s parents expect her to marry Lord Carson, son and heir to the Marquis of Wheatley. Today, Eleanor is in a bookshop searching for a book on ancient mythology when she accidentally bumps into a man reading an erotic book on Greek mythology, complete with pictures. Lord Alexander (Alex) Raybourn enjoys looking at erotic books and is intrigued by the young woman who bumped into him. Alex lives with his older brother, Bennett, and his mother. The lady has been ill from what is probably depression. His father is never around as the man lives with his mistress and their children. It turns out that Bennett is Lord Carson, the man Eleanor is supposed to marry. As the family funds are dwindling, Bennett’s father and Eleanor’s father have made a business arrangement for them to marry. Lord Carson is nice, but he is just average and does not excite Eleanor. At a soiree, Bennett introduces Alex to Eleanor who is the woman from the bookstore. When Bennett proposes to Eleanor, she tells him she must think about it. So, as Bennett is so busy, he asks Alex to step in and find out what Eleanor is seeking in a husband and to simply woo her for him. This is a cleverly written book with a hero and heroine who share a lot of interests. Of course, as the book has been written by Megan Frampton, you can expect some delightful laughs as well. Don’t miss it! Copy provided by Edelweiss in exchange for a fair and honest review.