The Major's Faux Fiancee
When Major Bartholomew Blackpool learns the girl-next-door from his childhood will be forced into an unwanted marriage, he returns home to play her pretend beau. He figures now that he's missing a leg, a faux fiancée is the best an ex-soldier can get. He admires her pluck, but the lady deserves a... show more
When Major Bartholomew Blackpool learns the girl-next-door from his childhood will be forced into an unwanted marriage, he returns home to play her pretend beau. He figures now that he's missing a leg, a faux fiancée is the best an ex-soldier can get. He admires her pluck, but the lady deserves a whole man—and he'll ensure she gets one.Miss Daphne Vaughan hates that crying
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
Series: The Dukes of War
Well, it was better than book two but not by much. Erica Ridley does heroes really well - their back stories are thought out and make their motivations make sense to the reader. Ridley also does conflict well - no big misunderstanding or unintended pregnancies; many times, her heroes and heroines ar...
Daphne´s having the worst time in her life, not only has her father passed, but her guardian is a pirate prepared to marry her off or ship her off to Bedlam. At her wits end, she reaches out to her childhood friend. Bartholomew returned from the war a broken man, he not only lost a leg, his twin bro...
Release Date: June 1, 2015 My Review The Major's Faux Fiancee (The Dukes of War, #4) by Erica RidleyMy rating: 5 of 5 stars This story is about so much more than meets the eye. Erica Ridley did an exceptional job of writing a story about what a person perceives themselves to be. The Major's F...
This historical romance was a lot of fun to read and I'll definitely keep an eye out for others in the series. The premise is as promised and stars two very individual characters with a lot of tension between them. I adored how both Daphne and Bartholomew had characteristics that kept them from be...
This is the fourth book in the "Dukes of War " series. I have read most of the books and really like the author Erica Ridley. These too are stand alone book so if you are like me reading them out of order...don't work it won't hurt the story. I felt sorry for the hero who had lost his twin broth...
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