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    Battle of the Wills on Who Bends First

    I've never read a book by Kelly Bowen, but after this one, it won't be the last. August was a "take no prisoners" type of hero who when he set his mind to something, nothing and no one was going to change it. He did things his way and flourished at it. Then we have Clare, a heroine possessing a steel spine as well as the strongest will as any heroine that I've read about recently. As I read, I was waiting to see which one would bend to who, and I wasn't disappointed in the way things ended! I'm also sure at some point we'll get to find out what Harland had been up to! Now the wait begins for Roses story and I can't wait for everyone else's!!!
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    Wonderful!

    Kelly Bowen is one of my favourite regency authors. I love her strong women characters and her flawed but redeemable men. She puts a unique spin on the era, this time with Clara, a brilliant woman whose family is in finacial difficulties and August, a duke who is unrelenting in his efforts to recover financially and otherwise from a harsh, poverty strcken childhood. Unknown to Clara, August has bought her birthright, her school and her source of livelihood and that purchase and their inability to trust stand between two wary and, in many ways, lost, souls. At the same time, there is plenty of witty banter, a great cast of interesting supporting characters and laugh out loud moments at the expense of a snooping duke. I really enjoyed this book and can hardly wait to read the next in the series!
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