A Duchess in the Dark
Publish date: December 3rd 2013
Publisher: Forever Yours
Pages no: 71
Edition language: English
Series: By Invitation Only (#1)
Reviewed for Wit and Sin Daphne Hayward is determined to marry a man her brother-in-law doesn’t approve of, so she sets out to secure her future by sliding into bed with the man she wants to wed. Only she unknowingly winds up in the bed of Ashton Fitzgerald, Duke of Claymore. Their night together ...
Daphne Hayward is convinced that Edward loves her and believes that in order to get him to purpose she must seduce him. Than we have Ashton Fitzgerald, Earl of Claymore; who we are lead to believe is a ladies man with women falling for him left, right and centre. When Daphne mistakes his room as Edw...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...Kate McKinley’s erotic historical novella, A Duchess in the Dark, was a quick read. Funnily enough, even though I thought I had a reasonably good time reading it, some things in the beginning shadowed my views of th...
A cute but too short romance. I loved the main characters, but would have liked the story to be a little longer. It's a very quick read and worth giving a shot!
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is a sweet story using a common trope. The female lead is set on one male and another male (completely unsuitable, of course) is determined to land her. It's a tricky one, because the female lead often ends up looking mercenar...