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  • Great fun

    An excellent trio of stories, all linked by the central makes, 3 rakes, with no plans to wed. Similar themes but still very entertaining

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  • Romantic rogues to win the heart

    I previously purchased and read all of the books in this boxset. To Dare the Duke of Dangerfield: Devastated at the loss of her home in a card game by her wastrel father, Lady Caitlin is determined to demand it back from the Duke of Dangerfield. She has known Harlow Telford since she was a young girl when he came to her assistance and has carried a torch for him over the years. However, she is now an adult woman with only one resource and that has been torn from her. Facing up to Harlow takes more courage than she would have thought, but walking in on his evening's entertainment takes the wind out of her sails. Harlow has a good understanding of the kind of woman Caitlin is and knows that winning her over will be no easy task. It seems obvious that the only way to settle the matter is to lay down the terms of a wager. Harlow holds his cards close to his chest, trying to play out a game for which there is no easy outcome. The plot is well written, witty and intriguing and whilst romantic, there is also underlying pain and unresolved issues that need to be addressed. Harlow is a charming hero, albeit a rogue and his friends are just as attractive in their support of Caitlin. To Wager the Marquis of Wolverstone: Having loved and lost, Marcus Danvers, the Marquis of Wolverstone has vowed never to give his heart to another. However, when the very woman who broke his heart suddenly appears in his life once again, begging a favour, he is intrigued despite a deep antagonism towards her. In an attempt to protect Marcus, Sabine, the Contessa Orsini, regrets the pain she caused him, but when the chance comes to avenge the past, Marcus is the perfect person to aid her. Although Marcus does succeed in his quest, things do not go according to plan, and it takes a gentle, softhearted girl to see through the subterfuge to bring two lovers back together. Marcus appears to be a stoney hearted man, but discovering the truth leads him to do everything in his power to protect Sabine. With the help of his stalwart friends, Marcus sets out to win his fair lady's hand once again. To Challenge the Earl of Cravenswood: Having had a long-time crush on the devastatingly handsome Henry St. Giles, the Earl of Cravenswood, Lady Amy Shipton is surprised to see him take a tumble in his garden, potentially knocking himself out. Despite knowing that he is in his cups, Amy nevertheless cannot pass up the opportunity to find out what it would be like to be kissed by him. Henry has only ever viewed Amy as his neighbour's little girl and is shocked to realise that she has grown up once he recovers from his hangover. After many years of being in an intimate relationship with a woman he knows he cannot marry, he takes up the challenge his friends offer him, without divulging that he has already made up his own mind. If only Henry and Amy had taken time to actually talk to each other, instead of evading the real issue, so many misunderstandings would have been avoided. But when did the path of true love ever run smoothly? All three of these novels are well written, witty and romantic. The characters overlap between the three books, but each one comes to a happy and romantic conclusion, leaving one with a feeling of pleasure. I was sorry when the stories came to an end. I received a copy of this boxset as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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