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by Eloisa James
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
While most of it was quite engaging, there were times when it just seemed a bit forced. Overall I did find it enjoyable and the two main characters were mostly entertaining, though I didn't really have a solid engagement with them or with what they looked like.Leopold Dautry, Duke of Villiers is de...
jmihalik rated it 7 years ago
I liked this one quite a bit, but there should have been way more groveling at the end. It did make me cry at one point (when the dog was injured), which is a rarity for me.
Les Aventures De Léna Léna
Les Aventures De Léna Léna rated it 8 years ago
It's been years since I read this genre. Absence did not make the heart grow fonder.
vnorthw rated it 8 years ago
I had originally given this four stars, but after thinking about it I decided to up it to five. This is definitely a book I could see myself reading again.With most romance series, it's easy to pick up a book and read it as a stand alone. You could definitely read Villiers' book as a stand alone, bu...
otakumom rated it 9 years ago
Really...someone like Leopoldo would spot a mad woman a mile away? I liked Eleanor but this book dragged on for me. Even Villers couldn't hold my attention. And 6 illegitimate children. really.
Spackle-the-Fritz on Books
Spackle-the-Fritz on Books rated it 9 years ago
3.5 to 4 star rating
Gisele's place
Gisele's place rated it 9 years ago
A Duke of her Onw é o último livro da série Desperate Duchesses da Eloisa James. Dessa série eu li somente os três últimos livros, e como eles praticamente nem falam dos outros, foi tranquilo. Agora, esses últimos três são interligados, e muito!Aqui temos aqui a tão aguardada história do Duke de Vil...
In The Mood For LOVE
In The Mood For LOVE rated it 9 years ago
Probably worth even more than 4 stars, but I wasn't wuite in peace while listening to it. Still, a great book, lovely heroes and wonderful prose.
Erica Monroe
Erica Monroe rated it 9 years ago
While the relationship between Eleanor and Leopold was certainly interesting. James pulls out the plot impediments of Gideon and Lisette for far too long. I ended up skipping over the parts involving them to get back to the true romance of Eleanor and Leopold. While the book was indeed humorous, I ...
Georgiana rated it 10 years ago
Read already? (Don't think so)
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