The Duke's Twin

The Duke's Twin

by Lauren Smith

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Overview

Rebecca Livingston has a problem: Her mother is desperate to marry her prettier, more talented, younger sister Lydia, off to the handsome Duke of Wiltshire but when Rebecca and her family arrive at the grand ducal estate it's Rebecca who falls right into the handsome arms of the duke himself. Rebecca tries to avoid the seductive duke but neither she nor he can keep their hands off each other.  Her mother is furious, her sister is thrilled for her – but can it be possible that the duke wants Rebecca as much as she discovers she wants him? 

Miles Beresford has a wicked reputation, but will do anything for his twin brother Justin, the Duke of Wiltshire. Even if that means assuming his identity or a week to suss out the intentions of some young marriageable chits fresh from the London season. But when Rebecca Livingstone stumbles out of a coach and into his arms, he realizes that he might be in serious trouble – and that playing an imaginary duke to win her over may be slightly over his head. Does Rebecca love him or the dukedom, and can he bear to lose her if he admits he's just the Duke's Twin?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156605835
Publisher: Lauren Smith
Publication date: 09/03/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,416
File size: 603 KB

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The Duke's Twin 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
nku 12 days ago
The Duke's Twin: A Regency Short Story (Kindle Edition) by Lauren Smith ...A Cute short story of twin brothers and two sisters... who is in love with who? and who is the Duke? Reasons I enjoyed this book: Entertaining Whimsical Steamy Page-turner Easy-to-read Funny Romantic Great world building Happily Ever After Wonderful characters
ECD 14 days ago
This is a quick and very enjoyable read. Twin brothers and two sisters reaching out to see what their future could be. I loved the H/h personalities. They were lively, fun and forthright. Simple premise of the four of them falling in love was entertaining to read. I felt bad for our heroine as her mother favored her younger sister over her. When the mother would speak with her it was almost mean and cruel. But in essence was pity that she was not as accomplished or beautiful like her younger sister. It broke my heart. Thank goodness our hero could see past all that and liked her for who she was. She was fun. witty, loved to read, played the harp (which he loved because his dearly departed mother played the harp also) and she never walked away from a challenge. She blossomed around him without her mother around. A great short story. I highly recommend it. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
georgia1 19 days ago
Justin and Miles are twins, but they could not be more different. Justin was now the Duke of Wiltshire, all decency and goodness. Miles on the other hand was unruly, a bounder, rogue and devilish. "Miles, you must save me" Justin told his brother. What could that mean? Come to find out Justin was in financial straits from the debt his father had left and needed to marry a heiress. Miles had no idea and was glad to help but Justin insisted. He wanted him to switch places with him as the two Livingston sister came to visit so Justin could see if they only wanted the title. Sisters Rebecca and Lydia arrive with their parents to visit the Duke with hopes he will become enamored with the beautiful sister Lydia. But when Becca stumbles into the Dukes arms, it seems fate may have been sealed at that moment, A delightful novella that brought a smile and made my heart happy! Lori D