Duchess by Night
Publish date: July 1st 2008
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
, Georgian Romance
Series: Desperate Duchesses (#3)
I enjoyed Duchess By Night more than [b:An Affair Before Christmas|896595|An Affair Before Christmas (Desperate Duchesses, #2)|Eloisa James|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348363669s/896595.jpg|881786] (Book 2), but it still wasn't as good as [b:Desperate Duchesses|641455|Desperate Duchesses (Desperat...
Harriet is seeking some excitement, she has had a boring existence up to this point but feels a need to do something. A widow whose husband killed himself over chess she feels inadequate and wants to prove that she isn't boring. So she decides to go to a house party but to pretend that she is male. ...
This book is not my usual choice, but then I have been moving outside my usual choices lately. I enjoyed it very much, more than I thought I would. It was well-written and well-plotted, though in the end, it was really nothing more than a predictable romance novel. Predictability aside, it was a ...
After reading too much paranormal romance I decided to take a break and try something else, you know, change the air and all that, and I thought that a historical romance will do just fine. Having already started this series I was a bit reluctant at first because I got a bit meh towards the previous...
Loved it!!! I think so far its my favorite one from the DD series. Loved Jem and Harriet. I did wish at times that her disguise would be revealed sooner. I felt it dragged out a bit too long but the reveal was amazing and made up for it. Eloisa managed to make something so incredibly awkward into so...