When You Wish Upon a Duke
Publish date: September 3rd 2012
Publisher: Headline Eternal Romance
Pages no: 303
Edition language: English
Series: Wylder Sisters (#1)
Not bad, just boring. The conflicts were lukewarm and I never felt that the characters really earned their HEA. The characters themselves were so-so, again, not bad, just there. That's the crux of the problem, at least most bad books have something that engages my emotions, even if it's rage. This b...
Arranged marriage stories are one of the staples of Historical Romances, yet I’ve never been the biggest fan of them. Yes, the circumstances of the romance are the same as any plot type, with two strangers coming together and falling in love. However, when the marriage is an absolute for the coupl...
A surprising lack of drama/conflict but still enjoyable. Charlotte was great (her rescue plot was a bit silly, but brave) but I'm not sure if March is worthy of her. He still has some opening up to do. Detailed review to come.
This one was just kind of... there. I kept thinking it was set in Regency time until a queue, hoops or powder was mentioned. I really didn't get the sense of being in 1760. Just a bit blah to me, including the love scenes. Just didn't get any emotion out of this one.
When You WIsh Upon a Duke has a very natural, although anti climatic, story romance readers will appreciate.The lack of a proposed obstacle in the beginning of this novel doesn’t necessary mean that our perfect pair won’t be facing some issues later on. It seems like a realistic point of view to see...
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