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by Sharon Page
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FranJessca [at] Book Lovin' Mamas
FranJessca [at] Book Lovin' Mamas rated it 7 years ago
Every once in a while I catch myself diving into a historical romance book because these books not only take me away from reality for a while, but also to a different century. This is the first book I’ve read from Sharon Page, so I couldn’t wait to be transformed back to the 1920s, where life was mu...
The Romance Evangelist
The Romance Evangelist rated it 7 years ago
A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review at The Romance Evangelist.AN AMERICAN DUCHESS is the latest from Sharon Page, an author I’ve loved and enjoyed for years in all kinds of romance subgenres. It tells the story of a modern young woman whose determination to embrace...
Perusing Princesses
Perusing Princesses rated it 7 years ago
Now, historical romances are not my fave... but Sharon Page weaved a tale of the 1920's that literally plopped you back in that era.... We have Nigel, with his traumatic war experience and Zoe Gifford, a very modernized woman for the times... she is an heiress who tested Nigel at his very core...The...
Smexy Books
Smexy Books rated it 7 years ago
This is the first I’ve ever read of Sharon Page and I like her voice. The set-up is very Downton Abby-ish – a grand estate in England needs money. Enter our heroine, Zoe Gifford. From New York, Zoe’s mother is in some gambling debt and forged a check. Zoe has a ton of money in a trust fund, but the ...
Ageless Pages Reviews - Danielle
Ageless Pages Reviews - Danielle rated it 8 years ago
I was surprised to find An American Duchess was published by Harlequin, because this is far from a traditional romance novel. We all know the formula: couple meets, falls in love, is driven apart by misunderstanding, reconciles, marries, happily ever after. Those elements are all present in the nove...
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