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    Spectacular and enjoyable!

    Susan's Craig's fifth book may be the best so far! It is easy to see why she is an upcoming star in historical romance. Erica Burke, a strong-willed neuro-atypical Irish woman who loves to study botany is a character anyone can love---including a duke, it turns out. This is wonderful and you should read it now!
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    romance, intrigue, and good conversation

    I really enjoyed this one! We get romance, some intrigue, decent conversations. Our heroine, Erica, is always struggling to keep up with her racing thoughts and as such, can be rather spacey and forgetful. This forgetfulness leads to her being left behind by her sister and brother-in-law and sees her riding out a week-long rainstorm, stranded by flooding, in the home of a duke. Said duke, Tristan, because of something his friend said, is suspicious that Erica, who is Irish, could be a spy working against Britain, and military man Tristan cannot allow that. In the process of his attempting to determine whether or not she is in fact a spy, Tristan spends a good deal of time with Erica and the two really get to know each other, quickly, but not so quickly that I would deem it to be instalove, and work together to determine the identity of the real spy. This was a quick read and I really enjoyed it and would recommend it! I received an ARC via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Loved this story

    This was a highly charged story with fantastic, compelling characters that held me spellbound until the last page. Erica, a lovely Irish botanist, was traveling with her sister and brother law to their estate in England. in her absent mindedness, she realized she left her beloved journal containing her botany studies, inside the Inn. Turning from the coach and going back to get it, she wound up being left. So she set off on foot for the long walk to her sister's estate. But as often happens, it started pouring rain and she took shelter in a deserted cabin on her way. Major Tristan Laurens, an intelligence officer, was on the way to his estate to straighten out his affairs, haven recently inherited a dukedom. He had taken shelter as well and was surprised when beautiful Erica barged in! This is when everything starts to get interesting! Tristan is has been given instructions to find a spy who has been stealing military secrets and that carries around a journal! Could it be that easy? She carries a journal that she is guarding with her life! These two were really a pair! A brooding Duke and an almost scatterbrain lady ( really due to her intelligence!) bring humor to the story as well as a almost palatable spark alighting between them! This tale had a little of all that a romance should. A mystery, intrigue, humor and of course a budding romance. This is the first book I have read by this author and I truly cannot wait to read more. Her prose is delightful and the plot and detail shows her imagination is amazing. I have not read the first book in this series so this can be read as a standalone, but I hope to remedy that post haste! I read this through NetGallery
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    Great book

    Erica Burke was accidentally left behind at an inn when her sister and new brother in law were on their way to their estate. She went back into the inn to retrieve her journal. It is precious to her because it has pictures and notes on plants and flowers as she is a botanist. When she realizes that she has been left, she starts walking toward their house. It is raining and she sees a deserted cottage where she takes refuge. She goes in thinking she is alone but there is someone there. Major Lord Tristan Laurens has take refuge as well although he lives only a few miles from his house. The next morning, Erica wants to start walking again but it is muddy and has been flooding. She goes to Lord Tristan's house until the weather has cleared and she can leave. He is home to take over as the Duke of Raynham, after his father and brother died in an accident. It's something he has never wanted. Working for the Crown as an agent who deals with spies is what he wants. The Irish Rebellion is still going on and there are spies and traitors everywhere. Could Erica be one? Her family are part of the United Irishmen who participated in the uprising. What is in the journal that she keeps so close to her?There is great attraction between Erica and Lord Tristan, but can be trust her? Tristan gets word that there is a spy in their midst. Since his stepmother is giving a house party, there are many suspects. Setting a trap may be the best way of determining who it may be. Will it be Erica or someone closer? I really liked this book. It is a story of two people looking for where they belong and find each other. The chemistry between them is great and I loved the storyline. It received this book from Net Galley and Kensington Books for a honest review and no compensation otherwise.The opinions are my own.
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    Enjoyable read....

    Tristan Laurens is an intelligence officer with a love of order and precision and a reputation for cool detachment. He is the spare who becomes the Duke of Raynham after the deaths of his father and elder brother. Erica Burke is an Irish botanist traveling with her family who inadvertently gets left at an inn - a "Home Alone" situation fraught with danger for an unprotected woman. When they both seek shelter in an abandoned cottage during a thunderstorm, it's the beginning of an attraction that changes the trajectory of their lives. Tristan has always been the straight arrow, and Erica blows into his life and tugs him off balance. Everything she says or does is unexpected and unpredictable, and he is drawn to that element of surprise. The Duke's Suspicion is the second book in Susanna Craig's Rogues and Rebels series, but reads well as a stand-alone. It was well-written and enjoyable with engaging characters, including Tristan's sister Vivi, who is as unconventional as Erica. I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
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