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    Misleading synopsis

    There are a few things I wish I'd known before buying this book. Spoilers... The hero is married to another woman (the heroine's ex-best friend who ends up being a drug-addicted, adulterous villianess) for a large section of the book (10-11 chapters). There are 2 cases of female-on-male non-consensual sex. The villaness drugs hero in order to get him to have sex with her and force him to marry her instead of the heroine. The other case is when the villainess has sex with the man the heroine is thinking of marrying (since hero is still married) while the man is passed out from opium use. I guess the author was trying to build conflict with these plot points but isn't it an unspoken rule in romance that the hero doesn't sleep with others. And the way it was handled was just cringe-worthy and uncomfortable. The guy is practically raped and he is blamed and made to marry her. He is then made to feel like a bad husband for not being with his wife and all the while he is still in love with heroine. The writing was decent so I might try another book by this author, but I wish I had not bought this one.
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    You Will Need Tissues

    Lady Isolde Worthingham is really looking forward to her marriage to the man she loves with all her heart. Merrick Mountshaw the Duke of Moore makes a dreadful error on the eve of his wedding. One that will tear open the heart of the woman he loves. This story has many surprises, some that made me cry and some that really shocked me. There seems no way it can have a happy ending. The author has given us good and honourable characters in very difficult circumstances. You will need tissues. A lovely emotional read.
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    Loved It

    'Only a Duke Will Do' by Tamara Gill is book two in the "To Marry a Rogue" series. This is the story of Lady Isolde Worthingham and Merrick Mountshaw, the Duke of Moore. I have read the Previous book "Only an Earl Will Do" but feel strongly this can be a standalone book. This book was a second chance book for love that should have been from the start a happy ending but there was someone who prevent that for these two loves! Isolde and Merrick meet at a dance where they fall in love from the start. Merrick asked Isolde to marry him pretty quickly. But on the eve of their Wedding a jealous friend of Isolde set into motion a plan that destroyed their chance to be married. Instead Merrick was force to marry that evil friend. Now about 5 years later after Isolde up and left the town for Scotland she has decided to return to the town to find herself a husband. Isolde quickly runs into Merrick and they both at first try to act as if the past didn't happen. But Isolde starts to learn that Merrick is living the happy married life with her former friend as she assumed. Merrick learns that Isolde is back in town to marry...which is upsetting to him. Merrick is still married but the town has made a joke of his marriage. In addition, Merrick's best friend has his eye on Isolde for a wife. Can these two ever find the happens that they both deserve? This was another great book by Ms. Gill...and only makes me want more! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    ...a dream interrupted by heartbreak.

    With a flair for the dramatic and the heart of a dreamer, it's no wonder Tamara Gill writes romance. Her attention to imagery and the tempo of her delivery are all on full display in Only A Duke Will Do. Her vision speaks to the romantic deep within believers in love and happily ever after. Merrick and Isolde were a dream interrupted by heartbreak, but the chance to begin again was always in the cards for them. The heart will not be denied and Tamara Gill has been blessed with a haunting gift of classic proportions.

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