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  • Beautiful

    I read this entire trilogy and this one is by far my favorite.. A lot of fun banter between the two characters, you could feel the instant chemistry just from beginning of the series and this book just shows how strong that chemistry is despite how they originally met. She was devastated when she found out her first husband was not only a liar, a gambler, but he was a bigamist too, she's vowed to never love again.. He is determined to never marry due to what he experienced his sister went through, his parents failed marriage etc, but then one night a comprising situation forces them to marry. They try to fight how they feel but love is something that wins every time. I definitely would give this trilogy a 10 star if I could. I received this as an arc from Netgalley, Jess Michaels and Passionate Pen LLC in exchange for an honest review and these are purely my thoughts and no one else's views.

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  • Excellent Conclusion to the Series

    The Duke’s Wife by Jess Michaels The Three Mrs #3 Fantastic conclusion to a delightful trio of historical romance stories! This couple definitely grew on me as I read and by the end, I was smitten with them as much as they were with one another! What I liked: * Abigail: intelligent, intriguing, giving, caring, healer, good friend, great potential to love, unwilling to trust, hurt, quick, witty. * Nathan: bright, interesting, brother, friend, focused, skillful, steadfast, competent, worthy, wealthy, patient, witty, charming, intriguing. * The way I was drawn into the relationship…just as they were. * The three women harmed by Erasmus and the friendship they forged * Ophelia: sister to Nathan, almost the fourth wife, young, caring, protective, would like to hear how her life turns out in the future. * The way the 1797 Club series was brought into this series. * The wagers and how they played out. * The friendship between the three couples * The way the three women took Ophelia in * That Abigail and Nathan felt evenly matched * The communication that took place in a healthy way * The steamy scenes * Thwarting the gossips * The smile on my face at the end of the story * All of it really except… What I didn’t like: * The gossips * The way society cut people for such inappropriate reasons * Having to say goodbye Did I like this book? Definitely Would I read more by this author? Without a doubt Thank you to NetGalley The Passionate Pen, LLC for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Favorite hero of the series!

    The Duke's Wife is the third and final book in the sensual The Three Mrs series by Jess Michaels. I knew it had to end - obviously, because we've run out of wives - but it saddens me just the same. The first two books were great, but Ms. Michaels definitely saved the best for last! Not only was this book extremely steamy and fun, but our hero here may be my favorite one out of all her books I've read. Believe me, that's quite a compliment! Abigail Montgomery found out her husband was a bigamist with two other wives. As if that wasn't bad enough, she discovered he was also pursuing another woman, the sister of Nathan, the Duke of Gilmore. In order to protect the young woman, Abigail sent the Duke an anonymous letter so she could prevent his sister from being caught up in this sticky web. Nathan didn't respond well, to say the least... he thought Abigail may have known about her husband's deceit and been complicit in his actions, not knowing it was Abigail who saved his sister. Now a year later, Abigail can finally end her mourning for the deceased bigamist. She and Nathan have had a contentious relationship, but he can't help thinking of her. When they begin to spend more time together because of shared friendships, the two begin to make playful wagers. But suddenly it's not just fun and games, as flames ignite between the two...and they are discovered together, forcing them to marry. They agree this won't be a love match... or will it? This was such a lovely enemies to lovers romance between two distrustful people with difficult pasts. Abigail went through so much, going from a (she thought) happy marriage to finding out her husband was a bigamist and then dealing with his death. She didn't think she could ever trust a man again, though she was extremely attracted to Nathan. Nathan, too, had his share of heartbreak. Even when he distrusted Abigail, however, he was deeply drawn to her. They began to treat each other with less animosity when they began to have fun, friendly wagers, the winning prizes becoming more and more sensual in nature. The physical attraction between these two was absolutely explosive! This author excels in writing intimate moments - nothing is behind closed doors and you don't need to use your imagination; however, they are not just sex scenes, but deeply emotional sexual unions. You will be reaching for a pitcher of ice water as you sigh over the emotions. I especially loved Nathan. He knew his attraction to Abigail was more than just physical before she did, but he exhibited great patience and caring, letting her heal and learn to trust again. I was thrilled to spend more time with the couples from the previous books, Owen and Celeste, and Rhys and Pippa. They were all so in love they couldn't help but meddle in the affairs of Abigail and Nathan. I also enjoyed meeting Nathan's distrustful sister Ophelia. This book can stand alone, but you'll enjoy it more if you follow the journey of all three Mrs! I hate to see this series end, but I'm also excited about the possibilities of what Ms. Michaels has in store for us next; it's sure to be a yummy treat! I received an ARC of this book courtesy of the publisher and NetGalley. I received no compensation for my review, and all thoughts and opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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  • The best of the Mrs. Trilogy.

    The best of the Mrs. Trilogy. Hands down, this was my favorite of the three Mrs. books. Abigail's trust had been broken by her bigamist husband. Now, a year later and out of morning, she keeps running into her enemy, Nathan. They have a complicated past. Nathan has been witness to all her most painful and worst moments, all because she sent an anonymous letter to save his sister from yet another bigamist marriage to her then husband. Now, these two enjoy their games and wagers and they keep playing a game on several levels. A forced marriage means they will be forced to navigate their past hurts. I found I rather liked the brittle, smart and kind Abigail. Nathan was the perfect foil for Abigail. He's starchy, cold, handsome and totally dependable. (Dependable is foxy, especially after her first husband). Recommend. This has leap frogged into my favorite Jess Michaels book.

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  • Could she ever forgive him?

    Abigail Montgomery thought she loved her husband until he did something awful. He had married three women. He was trying for a fourth wife and had his son by a fifth woman. Celeste and Pippa were the other two wives, but they had been hurt deeply and their reputations were ruined. They actually became great friends. The Duke of Gilmore, Nathan, found her attractive but he knew she hated him. Rhys was his best friend and had married one of the three Mrs. Montgomery. Owen married the other, Celeste. The duke was very good-looking, tall, and had a great physic, but he was cold and seemed uncaring. He suggested that they make a wager. That started an interesting interaction between them. I loved this story, how often do you read about three wives, at the same time and working on a fourth? Thank goodness Celeste and Pippa fell in love with very good men. The characters were wonderful and so loyal to each other. I could not believe how the ton treated Rhys and Pippa. But the Duke stood by them as did Owen and Celeste and Abigail. There were some twists to the book that surprised me. It kept being interesting, it certainly kept your attention, and was engaging. I received this ARC from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed it.

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