A Duke of Her Own (Desperate Duchesses, #6)
Pages no: 404
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
, Georgian Romance
Finally, Villiers gets to get it on. And get it on he does. This was incredibly hot, which made it a bad idea to read on the tube. It was nice to see a more fallible, less self-assured version of Leopold, and while the conflict was pretty contrived - like there was any way he'd have chosen you-know-...
I loved the Duke of Villiers and admired his commitment to finally become a father to his six illegitimate children and enjoyed the strong, sensible Eleanor, who's still carrying a flame for her first love who dumped her for another woman.
So I started the book thinking: OMG finally a book about Villiers!!! He’s like Batman of the 1700s or something! The previous book showed him being all superhero on the dudes who used the orphans and stuff. I can see a comic book coming out of this:So after this I start the book. And I stare…. And k...