The Duke of Seduction

The Duke of Seduction

by Darcy Burke

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ISBN-13: 9781944576400
Publisher: Darcy Burke
Publication date: 08/06/2018
Series: The Untouchables , #10
Pages: 198
Sales rank: 388,630
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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Darcy Burke is the USA Today Bestselling Author of sexy, emotional historical and contemporary romance. Darcy wrote her first book at age 11, a happily ever after about a swan addicted to magic and the female swan who loved him, with exceedingly poor illustrations. Join her Reader Club at http://www.darcyburke.com/readerclub.

A native Oregonian, Darcy lives on the edge of wine country with her guitar-strumming husband, their two hilarious kids who seem to have inherited the writing gene, two Bengal cats and a third cat named after a fruit. In her “spare” time Darcy is a serial volunteer enrolled in a 12-step program where one learns to say “no,” but she keeps having to start over. Her happy places are Disneyland and Labor Day weekend at the Gorge. Visit Darcy online at http://www.darcyburke.com and follow her social media: Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/darcyburkefans, Twitter @darcyburke at http://www.twitter.com/darcyburke, Instagram at http://www.instagram/darcyburkeauthor, and Pinterest at http://www.pinterest.com/darcyburkewrite.

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The Duke of Seduction (Untouchables Series #10) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Beck and Lavinia will be one of your favorite couples. And who says a Rake can't have a tender and generous nature. What a fun story. Darcy Burke gives us readers any 5 star story.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Darcy Burke has done it again! The Duke of Seduction was all it promised. Lord Northam is an arrogant man with a closeted altruistic motive who finds love in a most unconvenient moment. Lady Lavinia is in her final Season and just wants to study science. One mistaken kiss! Can't wait for the next story in the series!
Pompie1999 11 months ago
What a delightfully, refreshingly different addition to the Untouchables series. It is lighter and more humorous than the previous books in the series. It is excellently written and I loved both the hero and the heroine. William Beckett, Marquess of Northam is a very private man. He shares very little of himself with anybody except his butler and his best friend Lord Ware. Beck sometimes has black moods and will secrete himself away for a day or so – playing music and writing. Really, Beck’s standoffish personality is just to hide this big bowl of romantic mush. I know – I loved him! Beck had a teenage love who was older than he was – and she spurned him. He was so hurt, he never thought – never even looked for love again. He couldn’t stand seeing all of these lovely, unappreciated young ladies hugging the walls at all of the balls, so he decided he’d help them by becoming The Duke of Seduction. He’d write poems about a particular young lady – nothing intimate – just enough to catch attention for them - and they'd be published in the newspaper. Two of his first four young ladies are already engaged. He’s really feeling good about what he’s done for them. They’d be really grateful to him if they only knew . . . . or not. Lady Lavinia Gillingham is one of my favorite heroines. She is very intelligent, steadfast, level-headed, kind, generous and funny. She is a bluestocking geologist but unlike many heroines we read about in books, she wanted to marry – she just wanted to marry for love – someone who appreciated and supported her intelligence. So, when the Duke of Seduction wrote a poem about her, she was incensed. If she could just find out who he was, she’d give him a piece of her mind! Imagine, bringing all of that unwelcome attention down on her and now her parents were pushing her to marry. She’d really love to skewer that self-proclaimed Duke! The man was a menace, and Lavinia meant to unmask him. From their delightful first encounter in Lord Evenrude’s library, their interactions were both funny and serious. He couldn’t believe some of the things that just came tumbling out of his mouth – he didn’t share those things with anybody. He’s also helping her find a husband since he brought so much unwanted attention. While the book is filled with humorous quips and encounters, I liked this encounter from a scene where they are hiding behind some curtains during a hide-and-seek game. “Are you going to, then?” she asked, her breasts grazing his chest as she edged herself against him. “Kiss me.” “By God, I think I am.” “Oh, good” There is a mystery in this book and the solution to that mystery is my only problem with the book. First, it was just too quick – I mean the whole book leads up to it and then it was over before you could blink your eyes. Second, all I’ll say is that peers were tried in the House of Lords rather than a court – and – if somebody ingests too much of something you provide them, you didn’t murder them if they die. Please check out my reviews at: Blog: https://flippinpages.blog/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/flippinpages... Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlippinPagesRev Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbBookReview "I requested and received this e-book at no cost to me and volunteered to read it; my review is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher."
nelriv 21 days ago
Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) Am seriously enjoying these historical romance fictions books. Second historical fiction book this week that I enjoyed. We meet Lavinia who is interested in science but unfortunately is also in the marriage mart but she has no problem being a wallflower. Her parents have given her an ultimatum to get married this season. She ends up meeting the notorius rake Beck, Marquis of Northam end knocks him on his butt since she isn't the type to be interested in his flirtation. Beck tends to write poems of wallflowers so that they can get noticed by the ton, thinking he is assisting them, he unfortunately writes about Lavinia and she is not happy, she is set to find out who is doing that and that they stop because she is getting unwanted attention..Enjoy!
clarkws 3 months ago
The Duke of Seduction is book ten in The Untouchables Series by Darcy Burke. This book can truly be read as a stand alone. Lady Lavinia Gillingham is a blue stocking whose parents are pressuring her to marry. But she only wants someone who will support her geological endeavors. William Beckett, Marquess of Northam is a rake with a secret. He anonymously publishes romantic poems for wallflowers of the ton. When he decides to use his hidden talent to “help” Lady Gillingham, he has no idea the fire storm of romance that he will step into. I really enjoyed this book. I am going to go back and read each one. I won a copy of this book.
Lesley Walsh 4 months ago
I enjoyed this story though the premise of a nobleman writing poetry in a publication and calling himself The Duke of Seduction seemed rather far fetched and I had to laugh at an individual having the surname of Evenrude! Despite this, the story flowed well and kept my attention and was a pleasant way to spend a rainy afternoon.
Anonymous 7 months ago
10th book in series is as great as the other nine! Very enjoyable read.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Very well developed plot with characters who display depth of feelings. A very broad range of emotions makes the characters real .
Anonymous 8 months ago
Lady Lavinia Gillingham is perfectly fine with her anonymity, as it affords her the opportunity to focus on what she loves most, geology. Not only does she detest the point of the marriage mart, she finds the Duke of Seduction’s efforts to assist young ladies attract notice during the season as unwanted interference. Not all young ladies welcome the attention. William Beckett, Marquess of Northam, is a man behind the mask. He gladly wears the guise of a rake while secretly hiding a broken heart and the mind of a musical genius. Suffering from the same depth of emotion as his troubled sister, who fell victim to the cruelties of the ton, he does what he can to aid young ladies who need a little push to garner the attentions of eligible bachelors. Under the penname of the Duke of Seduction, he secretly writes poems to regale their accolades. Unbeknownst to Lavinia, during one secret jaunt to the library at a house party, she encounters William Beckett and sparks the interest of the Duke of Seduction. A poem is penned and more attention than Lavinia can imagine is soon driving her to distraction. She endeavors to track down the Duke of Seduction and expose him so that he can no longer interfere where his help is not needed. Darcy Burke’s tenth book in the Untouchables Series is a true delight to read. I love that it touched on topics that other books in the genre do not normally include; namely depression, anxiety, and suicide. It made William Beckett more real, in my opinion. Her characters are multidimensional and easily to relate to. I very much enjoy reading about wallflowers who are unconventional. I also love that all the Untouchables and their League of Invincibles counterparts also end up being such great friends. This is a must read. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
LoriP123 9 months ago
I loved this latest book in The Untouchables series by Darcy Burke! Lavinia Gillingham loves science and if she ever marries she hopes to find a husband who supports her in her interests. She finds herself one night on the receiving end of William Beckett's attention and knowing of his rakish reputation is surprised at her attraction to him. They soon find themselves becoming fast friends and with it an attraction that neither one of them planned. I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.
CMDeOliveira 9 months ago
The Duke of Seduction Wickedly naughty, totally romantic and poetically delightful. Love to read about strong, smart, beautiful women and the men who are their champions. This book has that and so much more. Lavinia is more interested in dirty and rocks than finding a husband. The Duke of Seduction thinks he is helping her by bring attention her way, only to force her to marry sooner than later. Beck hates polite society and it’s pressure on young Ladies to marry. He thinks he is helping some of the less popular women but he might be creating a bigger problem. When Lavinia and Beck form a unlikely friendship to help her find a suitable husband things don’t go as planned. This ARC was given to me in exchange for a fair and honest review.
McM0mmy-PW 10 months ago
Loved the story of Lavinia and Beck! Her penchant for sneaking into libraries at balls led to her introduction to Beck. He thankfully told her the truth about his writing pretty quick off the bad. I liked that in the story there wasn't any misinformation that came between them to cause the problems. The only protagonist in the story was the hero himself with his own fears and personal battles. I always like H/h from past books showing up and wasn't disappointed this time! I do hope Fanny and Sarah get their own story and that Lennox gets her HEA as well! Thank you NetGalley for the copy!
mscountrylace 10 months ago
Be still my heart! Beck and Lavinia story is one to top them all. There is so much in the book with secrets, romance, and libraries. They are both unique and different people that fit perfectly together. Not only was I glued to their story, but that of the other girls he wrote about and his sister. Their first meeting could have been a scandal, but it brought them together in a series of fun events. I loved seeing past characters and did not see the twist coming with one, but it was a twist well deserved. Lavinia is a sharp-tongued girl that is not afraid of anyone. I loved her right away because she met him head on and didn't hold back. She may have been angry, but she didn't hold onto that anger and understood him more and more. I loved that she never held back when talking. Beck is so different from any of the other in the series with his quest to help ladies and his talents. He feels deeply about everything and everyone and his heart was always in the right place. His music and writing reflected his mood and he had his friends that understood him completely. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review
beckymmoe 10 months ago
Maybe my favorite of the series (so far)! From the first few chapters, this one felt a bit different from the others--we've moved on from the initial core of characters (though they're still showing up occasionally; Nora and Titus from book one-- The Forbidden Duke --play a crucial role here), and each chapter begins with a snippet of poetry written by Beck, the hero. Lady Lavinia, the heroine, has a brand new set of friends who will undoubtedly feature in future books (woot!) as will at least one of Beck's friends. Right from the beginning, the novel was a comforting combination of series old and new. And then you really got into the story of this one...and...wow. I liked Lavinia a whole lot from the start--she's a strong heroine who knows what she wants out of life and has a really good heart. She's quick to stand up for herself and her friends, but doesn't act overly impulsively (with perhaps a few tiny exceptions, when she finds herself in a closed/isolated spot with Becky, of course... ;)) As a scientist, though, she also has a strong grip on reality, and when love looks like it might not be a reality for her she moves on to prioritizing what she needs out of a future relationship against what would be nice to have as she looks over her perspective spouses--which was heartbreaking to see, even as I had to respect her practicality. Of course it wasn't necessary in the end, because--Beck! Beck (you people have no idea how hard it is to stop typing before adding a "y" to his name, LOL) is a wonderful hero. I enjoyed him from the beginning--his heart is in the right place as the Duke of Seduction, and he truly gets upset when he finds out that some of the women he's written about neither wanted nor appreciated his "help" and tries to figure out what he can do to fix things. When we really get drawn into his story, though? OMG, I can't even. His backstory and motivation really add so much to this story. Watching him struggle with depression (he refers to it as his "darkness") and the grief he felt over the loss of his family was heartbreaking, and seeing Lavinia recognize, accept it, and help him work through it is wonderful. I'm not going to lie. There were tears in my eyes for much of the last 10% of the book. So good! As with the other series books, The Duke of Seduction would work well as a standalone. Some other series characters do pop up in the book, but if you don't know (or don't remember) their stories, no worries--any details you need to know are given here. Can't wait for the next book in the series :) Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
beckymmoe 10 months ago
Maybe my favorite of the series (so far)! From the first few chapters, this one felt a bit different from the others--we've moved on from the initial core of characters (though they're still showing up occasionally; Nora and Titus from book one-- The Forbidden Duke --play a crucial role here), and each chapter begins with a snippet of poetry written by Beck, the hero. Lady Lavinia, the heroine, has a brand new set of friends who will undoubtedly feature in future books (woot!) as will at least one of Beck's friends. Right from the beginning, the novel was a comforting combination of series old and new. And then you really got into the story of this one...and...wow. I liked Lavinia a whole lot from the start--she's a strong heroine who knows what she wants out of life and has a really good heart. She's quick to stand up for herself and her friends, but doesn't act overly impulsively (with perhaps a few tiny exceptions, when she finds herself in a closed/isolated spot with Becky, of course... ;)) As a scientist, though, she also has a strong grip on reality, and when love looks like it might not be a reality for her she moves on to prioritizing what she needs out of a future relationship against what would be nice to have as she looks over her perspective spouses--which was heartbreaking to see, even as I had to respect her practicality. Of course it wasn't necessary in the end, because--Beck! Beck (you people have no idea how hard it is to stop typing before adding a "y" to his name, LOL) is a wonderful hero. I enjoyed him from the beginning--his heart is in the right place as the Duke of Seduction, and he truly gets upset when he finds out that some of the women he's written about neither wanted nor appreciated his "help" and tries to figure out what he can do to fix things. When we really get drawn into his story, though? OMG, I can't even. His backstory and motivation really add so much to this story. Watching him struggle with depression (he refers to it as his "darkness") and the grief he felt over the loss of his family was heartbreaking, and seeing Lavinia recognize, accept it, and help him work through it is wonderful. I'm not going to lie. There were tears in my eyes for much of the last 10% of the book. So good! As with the other series books, The Duke of Seduction would work well as a standalone. Some other series characters do pop up in the book, but if you don't know (or don't remember) their stories, no worries--any details you need to know are given here. Can't wait for the next book in the series :) Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Tink4evr 10 months ago
This is #10 in the Untouchables series and I have never been disappointed reading one as yet. Darcy Burke has a way of keeping the the reader coming back to this series again and again because of the effervescence of her characters. They shine with wit, humor and any range of emotions that she has assigned them. Lavinia and Beck were the lady geek and the gentleman poet. In all realty they should not work. Somehow the conversations Darcy wrote for them just resonated and made them come to life on the page. There is so much more to look forward to in this series.
georgia1 10 months ago
Sigh.... What an emotional, perfect story full of characters with such feelings and emotions that you do not know what to expect next. Beautiful poetry at the start of each chapter that was brilliant for the storyline. A hero, William Beckett, Marquess of Northam who suffers from depression and dark moods, mainly due to the death of his sister years ago and a failed romance when he was very young. He has so much depth though because he can play the guitar beautifully (I think this is a first in a story I have read) and is actually a great poet. Lady Lavinia Gillingham has been out in the marriage mart and her parents are pressing her to pick a husband and marry. But she prefers her geological studies more than the idle pursuits of the ton and tries to remain a wallflower to ward off any boring men. But she is thrown into the spotlight as she is named in the paper with the "Duke of Seduction" going on about how wonderful she is!! When she meets Beck in a surprising situation, she has a hard time forgetting him as they keep running into each other. Can she help him from his darkness and he help her find her perfect match? I truly loved Beck and Lavinia and was so anxious as I turned each page to see what would happen. Although part of a series, this can be read as a stand alone. But why would you want to do that? Darcy Burke has woven a magical series that only has me anxious for the next story and I cannot wait!!! Lori Dykes
Sunshine1006 10 months ago
Who is the Duke of Seduction? He writes poetry printed in the newspaper about young women thinking he is helping them to get betrothed. Being married isn't everyone's dream and being the center of attention is annoying. Lady Lavinia Gillingham prefers studying to marriage, rocks to balls. She doesn't want help and definitely no poems but when one appears in the paper, her parents are so happy. Once she finds out that the Duke of Sedution is none other than William Beckett or Beck, the Lord of Northam. The same lord who kisses her on the neck in a dark library thinking her to be his lover. They become friends until her parents blackmail him to court her to get other men interested in her. After he finds someone for Lavinia to marry, he realizes he loves her and offers for her himself. Beck has a secret, his sister died when she was having her first season in London. Was it suicide or murder? How will this affect their betrothal? Find out what happens when a sensitive man who has a tendency for dark moods and a headstrong bluestocking come together. I loved the way they played off each other.and the tenderness and passion of their relationship. I received this book from Net Galley and Darcy Burke Publishing for a honest review and no compensation otherwise.
book_junkee 10 months ago
I had enjoyed the previous book in this series and was eager to read this one. I really liked Lavinia and Beck. It was sort of refreshing to see them enjoy something different {her: geology and him: music} and I liked that they both supported the other in those interests. There were a couple of Lavinia’s friends I liked and I am hoping they get their own stories. Plot wise, it did get a little repetitive. My main complaint is that I didn’t see the leap from like to love. They did talk often, but not for long periods of time. It seemed like they just didn’t know each other well. And while the plot thread about Beck’s sister fit, to me it sort of felt like adding drama and conflict for no reason other than to have it. Overall, I did enjoy these characters and this story and especially the epilogue. I will definitely be reading the next one. **Huge thanks to Darcy Burke for providing the arc free of charge**
dfosterbooks 10 months ago
In a world where wallflowers are ignored, the Duke of Seduction strives to improve their chances of making good matches. William Beckett, Marquess of Northam, has long hidden his romantic side. Now, after a devastating family death, Beck uses his talents to ensure the spotlight shines on those girls that society shuns. Until he meets a certain lady makes him question whether he’s helping or hurting their chances of happily ever after. Lady Lavinia Gillingham doesn’t mind her status as a wallflower; she’d rather spend her time with her friends there than be paid court by men who will not appreciate her love of science. Until she meets a devilishly handsome man and the Duke of Seduction targets her as his next wallflower to help. Darcy Burke writes another superb story! Beck’s range of emotions jump off the pages as does Lavinia’s frustration with the secretive Duke of Seduction and her parents. Ms. Burke’s inclusion of characters from previous books feels like a homecoming while providing the reader with a little history that ties the stories together.
MoniqueD 10 months ago
William Beckett, Marquess of Northam, “Beck” to his friends, is an unrepentant rake, he is also a poet and a musician. He has endeavoured to use his literary skills to help the young women of the ton, so they don’t suffer as his late sister Helen did. His poems praising the largely ignored young ladies on the Marriage Mart appear anonymously in the Morning Chronicle under the pen name of THE DUKE OF SEDUCTION. Lady Lavinia Gillingham is one of those wallflowers; she is captivated by rocks and fossils, and she will only marry a man who will allow her to pursue her interest, or else she will remain a spinster. Until the day when a poem about her shows up in the newspaper and Lavinia suddenly becomes the toast of the ton. Lavinia’s mother is overjoyed, Lavinia infinitely less so. What a gorgeous, lovely, tender, beautiful romance! If all rakes were like Beck, reading about them would be so much more pleasant. He is charming, a bit mercurial, and he really respects women, even more so after meeting Lavinia. It was nice to see a male protagonist, and a rake to boot, who truly understood the plight of women. Lavinia, for once, in her scientific endeavours is entirely credible; her intellectual pursuits are not exaggerated, and I loved her for being a sunny – yet sensible – presence. The romance that blooms between her and Beck and something to behold: unrushed, sweet, and initially based on mutual respect and a common cause. It’s rare to see a romance that feels so genuine; there was no doubt that Lavinia and Beck belonged together, and to watch them realise it in a realistic timeframe. There is a subplot about Helen, it is superbly done, very exciting; it includes some startling plot twists, and also leads to tremendous character development. However, I could have done without yet another sex-against-the-wall episode: this is a particular pet peeve of mine, as I never see it as romantic; I simply don’t see the appeal, and I felt it was superfluous. THE DUKE OF SEDUCTION is a story that unfolds in a mostly quiet tone, the writing is gorgeous, and Lavinia and Beck’s chemistry is palpable from the very first time they meet. It is a very beautiful story, and probably the most romantic in this magnificent series, which even at book #10 has lost none of its charm, potency, and relevance. Long live The Untouchables!
CathyGeha 10 months ago
The Duke of Seduction by Darcy Burke The Untouchables #10 Lavinia’s parents want her married by or before the end of the season. She must make the best appearance even if it means being unable to completely see all around her since they won’t let her wear glasses in public. Lavinia is not really interested in marriage but may acquiesce if the right person shows up. Her real interest is in geology and earth formations and fossils and such. She has some friends to hang out with so who needs a man she doesn’t love to be wed to? William “Beck” Beckett, Marquess of Northam is a rake and doesn’t care who knows it. He does keep hidden his penchant for writing poetry and music and playing the guitar, though. His life has dark periods and light ones and he is surprised when Lavinia seems to bring light into his life even though he is definitely not interested in marriage. (While I read I wondered if Beck was afflicted with depression or manic-depressive disorder…guess I will never know). Lavinia and Beck set up a friendship of sorts even though society rather frowns on friendships between unmarried people of the opposite sex. Over time, even though Beck has said he will find a husband suitable for Lavinia, he begins to see that perhaps he would rather be with her than have someone else at her side. This book has a slow growing romance, parents who want what they think is best for their daughter, a man who has lost his sister and wants to know why and who might have influenced her death, society with gossips and friends and balls and walks in the park, the revealing of why Beck’s sister really died and a slow growing relationship that leads to a HEA for Lavinia and Beck. What I Liked: * Lavinia’s strength * Beck’s poetry and music * The growing relationship between the two that seemed equal in more ways than one * The friends of both * Gage the Butler – will he have a romance of his own and if so, with whom? * The comeuppance of the dastard * The fact that at the end I wanted to read another book in the series What I didn’t like: * Hmmm…can’t really think of anything ;) Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
Lashea677 11 months ago
A reversal of roles paves the way for an intriguing opposites attract romance. The Duke of Seduction is my favorite Darcy Burke novel to date. In a world full of complications the answers can prove to be quite simple. He's a free spirit. William has a love them, then leave them reputation that hides a sensitive heart. He dreams of a forever love. A soulmate to own his heart and share his life. When his perfect woman turns out to be a cryptic puzzle. He's determined to learn more. Lavinia is a woman on a mission. She knows what she wants and will buck the odds to get it. Will her passion for science blind her to the acceptance she's always craved? The Duke of Seduction enchants because it's not just a romance. Lavinia and William are seeking their own place in a world of stereotypes. With charm and emotion, Burke uses humor and heart to deliver a powerful message about the benefits of being true to self, no matter what. Reality meets fiction.
FaeScot 11 months ago
The power of love can give us the bravery to face and conquer fears. True friends will be there for you no matter what and often know you better than you do. This book is about all of this and so much more. "Forgiveness, it seemed, wasn't something you granted to someone, but a gift you gave yourself. Once Beck had done that, he'd felt free." Epilogue, page 199, The Duke of Seduction. William "Beck"ett, Marquess of Northam, has a romantic heart even if he buries it deep. It breaks through with the anonymous poems he publishes in the paper to aid in the notice of worthy wallflowers in the ton's "Marriage Market". No one knows he is "The Duke of Seduction" except his publisher friend and the true and valuable butler Gage. The world knows him as a "rake" and has no plans to marry after his heart was crushed at 16. He pens these poems and some of the ladies go on to make advantageous marriages. Some though are not so happy to be thrust into the spotlight. Lady Lavinia Gillingham is one of those. Her passion is the very unladylike area of geology and digging in the dirt. Her parents, mother especially, are determined to marry her off in her now 4th season. Lavinia is perfectly happy to wait for love to happen. Lavinia and Beck strike up a unlikely friendship because of a case of mistaken identity. This was such an unconventional story in so many ways. It fit the characters. Beck has such a dark and tormented personality at times. Lavinia just wants to be loved and seen for who she is. Beck doesn't mean to fall in love with her and he doesn't recognize that he has. Thanks to his true friends, Felix, Earl of Ware an old school chum, and Gage his dear, dear butler he sees it almost too late. Every one of Darcy's stories are powerful and have lessons on what is really valuable in life. Thank you Darcy for the opportunity to review this latest edition of these aptly named Untouchables.
ShannonB5009 11 months ago
I love Darcy's books and this one was right up there. I enjoyed seeing previous characters mentioned and/or playing a part in her stories. The interaction between Beck and Lavinia is a change. The writing was wonderful and I loved this book. I was given an advanced copy so I could give my honest opinion, I definitely recommend it, loved it!