The Duke and I
Simon Basset, the irresistible Duke of Hastings, has hatched a plan to keep himself free from the town′s marriage-minded society mothers. He pretends to be engaged to the lovely Daphne Bridgerton. After all, it isn′t as if the brooding rogue has any real plans to marry - though there is something... show more
Simon Basset, the irresistible Duke of Hastings, has hatched a plan to keep himself free from the town′s marriage-minded society mothers. He pretends to be engaged to the lovely Daphne Bridgerton. After all, it isn′t as if the brooding rogue has any real plans to marry - though there is something about the alluring Miss Bridgerton that sets Simon′s heart beating a bit faster. And as for Daphne, surely the clever debutante will attract some very worthy suitors now that it seems a duke has declared her desirable. But as Daphne waltzes across ballroom after ballroom with Simon, she soon forgets that their courtship is a complete sham. And now she has to do the impossible and keep herself from losing her heart and soul completely to the handsome hell-raiser who has sworn off marriage forever!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 27th 2006
Pages no: 371
Edition language: English
Misunderstandings abound with people who should talk about the issues more and trivia less.
3 helms Please follow me on my blog :) Review originally posted on Vellum Voyages Ahh, the Bridgertons! I have heard so much about this family! This is my first foray into the Bridgertons as I’m a bit of a stickler for reading a family series in order so I had to wait till I obtained all the books...
I liked this nice regency romance, the first in the author’s long and sprawling Bridgerton series. It wasn’t as funny as some of her other books but it was charming and very well written. The heroine Daphne is the eldest Bridgerton girl. She is twenty, has been in London for two seasons, and still u...
Miss Daphne Bridgerton is one of the oversized Bridgerton brood (there are eight of them in total). She is the eldest daughter and her mother despairs that she isn't really attracting promising suitors. Not that it's all that easy with three overprotective elder brothers who can scare off anyone but...
Overall not a bad book. Good writing. Not a very powerful plot but very nice character development. Likable characters too. I have been reading a little too much "Duke" so am a little bored with the storyline but I do think the book is a very nice read and I am putting this on my "keeper" shelf and ...