Three Weeks With Lady X
The next in Eloisa James's fabulous New York Times bestselling Desperate Duchesses seriesHaving made a fortune, Thorn Dautry, the powerful bastard son of a duke, decides that he needs a wife. But to marry a lady, Thorn must acquire a gleaming, civilized façade, the specialty of Lady Xenobia... show more
The next in Eloisa James's fabulous New York Times bestselling Desperate Duchesses seriesHaving made a fortune, Thorn Dautry, the powerful bastard son of a duke, decides that he needs a wife. But to marry a lady, Thorn must acquire a gleaming, civilized façade, the specialty of Lady Xenobia India.Exquisite, headstrong, and independent, India vows to make Thorn marriageable in just three weeks.But neither Thorn nor India anticipate the forbidden passion that explodes between them.Thorn will stop at nothing to make India his. Failure is not an option.But there is only one thing that will make India his . . . the one thing Thorn can't afford to lose . . . his fierce and lawless heart.
Publish date: March 25th 2014
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Desperate Duchesses (#7)
I feel a little foolish for not realizing that Thorn is the son of the Duke of Villiers (it sounded familiar, but I couldn’t figure out why) whose book is A Duke of Her Own. I was wondering why this book is (technically) the start of a new series. I know this new series is number focused - the seco...
Hmmm. What to say, what to say. Well, Three Weeks With Lady X was not horrible, per se, but it will not go down as one of my favorite Eloisa James' books either. That sounds like damning with faint praise, but a week after finishing the book I still have this tiny frown when I think about it. I'm su...
Most of the reviews I've read of this say it's really good but goes downhill at the end. I thought it was just bearable and then got so bad, I was tempted to stop listening with just an hour left. It's cliched and obvious and the lack of any kind of moral center is simply appalling. Thorn thinks not...
Romantic, heart wrenching, humorous, wonderful characters and slightly predictable. Eloisa James has a talent for developing characters that tickle, irritate and bring about a blush. Thorn, her MC male in this is rough around the edges, a child from the wrong sides of the sheets brought into a world...
Fabulous! Stands just fine on its own, no need to have read any of the previous books in the series. Has everything a romance reader could possibly ask for - lots of wit and humour, great characters, including the secondary characters, sizzling sexual chemistry, angst, some interesting historical de...