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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 10 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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