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  • Good fun

    Another in the Farthingale series, lovely characters, cheeky dialogue, sometimes silly situations but all together engrossing....I must see how the "curse" caught the other unsuspecting beau's of the other sisters Lol

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  • Great read

    I am really enjoying Meara Platt books. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series

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  • 10 stars

    The Duke I’m Going To Marry is book two in The Farthingale Series by Meara Platt. I wish I could give this book ten stars. If you love Julia Quinn and The Bridgerton series, you will adore Meara Platt’s The Farthingale books. I haven’t laughed this hard in a very long time. So much humor and steamy romance with some tear-jerking moments all rolled into one delicious Regency book. I couldn’t put it down and found myself reading far into the night. Platt creates wonderful characters who are so touchable they leap off the page. I adored the hero Ian Markham, The Duke of Edgeware. He is so edgy and such a rogue, yet when he meets Daffodil or Dillie Farthingale his heart is awakened to once dead longings for love and family. I can’t wait to read the entire series!

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  • Nice well written romance

    Lovely book for the beach. Not too heavy but well written. It is the story of Dillie and the Duke of Edgeware and their unconventional courtship. It has lots of twists and turns and keeps you interested. Recommended

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  • She Saved the Duke!

    I loved this book. When the beginning of the book started with the lead character taking an elephant gun to shoot assailants beating up a man, my interest was engaged. Dillie Farthingale rescued Ian Markham, Duke of Edgeware, from certain death. The whole book was a pure delight to read. The characters are so engaging. I loved the internal thoughts of Dillie, such as “Cause of death was determined to be excessive rapture.” But then, Ian’s were just as delightful, “Farthingales did not keep secrets. Farthingales had diarrhea of the mouth.” There were loads of laugh out loud moments which I tried to control. Ian was a man who held lots of secrets. He was raised in a cold and loveless family. Dillie was the one who helped him move beyond his upbringing and bring about their HEA. She made him laugh and never bored him. What a fun read. I sincerely recommend this book.

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