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  • Wonderful

    The Duke of Debt is Book 3 of Kate Pearce's Millcastle series. Even though characters from prior stories are involved in this story as well, it stands perfectly fine on its own. This story drew me in right from the start and I finished it very quickly. Having met Margaret in previous stories, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I came to adore her character and loved her strong-willed, independent nature. She certainly kept Alistair on his toes, in a good way! Alistair's character was certainly a historical male figure. There were several times throughout where he was not my favorite but I loved how Margaret, her sister and his sister got him "back on track".

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  • Awesome book

    This was such a sweet story. I'm always reminded when I read that so many problems could be avoided or solved if we just talked to the other person. Alistair inherited the title of Marquess upon the death of his father. He didn't inherit much else, except for responsibilities and no funds to pay for them. His stepmother convinced his father and manipulated the will so that the money would go to her. Alistair receives word that his grandfather, the duke, is dying. He has allowed the dukedom to fall into ruin and is not a nice man. Alistair goes to see him. Alistair's cousin, the first-born male grandchild, is set to inherit the dukedom. Farrell is a disgusting man who drinks and gambles too much and has wasted away most of the funds that were left. When Farrell dies accidentally, Alistair inherits the dukedom. Now he has more properties in ruin and still no money to fix them. He is desperate for a solution. Margaret is the daughter of a mill owner. He gambled away the familiy's money and then killed himself. Adam, Margaret's brother, ,leaving Margaret's brother, restores the mill to profitability while the rest of the family works to help him. Margaret is now a commoner with a huge amount of money. She wants a husband and suggests a marriage of convenience to Alistair where he uses her money to help restore the dukedom. There are obstacles at every turn but Margaret and Alistair try their best to overcome them. But will they be able to triumph over them?

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  • Another KP gem

    The last in the series and as appealing as the others...it's great fun to keep in touch with characters from the previous books too...So much to like, the characters have a truth and resonance that fits the era, the subplots and incidents keep the stories engrossing....You will enjoy this and they are all very rereadable

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  • Favourite in the series so far!

    The Duke of debt is the third book in the Millcastle series, by Kate Pearce and is my favourite in the series so far. Allistair has just inherited a dukedom, with no funds to support it, and Margaret has funds, but is feeling superfluous now that her family no longer needs her to help support it. Margaret proposes that the two of them join forces in a marriage of convenience, providing Allistair with the means to repair the harm done to his family inheritance, and allowing Margaret more freedom as a married woman. The two marry and after a bit of intrigue, a few misunderstandings, and some deception from third parties trying to tear them apart, they finally realize they love each other. This book kept my interest from beginning to end. I would have read it in one sitting if I could have kept my eyes open. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.

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