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    What A Great Way To Start A New Series!!!

    Tammy Andresen writes the most charming and wonderful stories! Don't Tell a Duke You Love Him is book 1 in the How to Reform a Rake series. You can help but fall in love with her characters even a cold hearted duke. Tammy can take to you far away places and times and her writing is so easy to follow that I found that I could just lose myself in her story. This story has a gypsy, rogues, peer pressure, destiny, a snow storm, a scandal, a broken engagement, guilt, a heartless mother, and love at first sight. Tammy Andresen never disappoints me in her books and I highly recommend this book! ***This book was gifted to me and I am voluntarily reviewing.
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    A thrilling romance

    This is one of the most thrilling ones I’ve read! Definitely read the free prologue How to Reform a Rake first because it really gives that extra boost. No matter what they did fate was going to put them together. He didn’t believe any of it until that door opened. It was a powerful love at first sight with him tossing aside everything to help her if needed. It has one of the best wedding scenes and a great ending. Lily would do anything to help her sister, even say no to the man she loved. Her mother blamed her for everything and almost destroyed her. I loved how she stood up for herself and listened to her sisters. Max completely changed as soon as he was around her. I loved how he listened to her sisters and knew what he would do. He was like a puppy when it came to her in front of all those people. I can’t wait to read her sister’s stories, especially Adelaide because she is really going to be fun. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review.
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    Awesome!

    "How a single tarot card would ever guide him he couldn't imagine, but then again, he'd never expected to have a fortune-teller predict that he'd kiss the very woman who had plagued his imagination for the past several months." Oh yes, Max, the Duke of Longley is sigh worthy to the extreme! Just love a man who is the darker, brooding type but it seems his time may have come. After all, the cards declared it! Grabbed right from the start when Max is leaving the brothel he and his four friends, all rakes, had spent the night at due to the weather. (oh yes and what happens pushes the story!) Lily Ducat, one of five Ducat sisters, is the woman the tarot card selected. Wouldn't you know he became stranded in his carriage on the road where Lily was staying due to weather had to stay? Love to see a rake come to his knees! This is such a marvelous romantic story that had me in its grip until the end. Tammy Andresen continues to amaze me with every word she writes. The characters, settings and storyline always come alive and I can only smile as I turn the last page!! Cannot wait for more of the friends of Max!!
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    A short story that packs a powerful punch!

    The start of Don’t Tell A Duke You Love Him was quite mysterious. Why was Max so furious, what had gone on between these friends, and at a brothel of all places, and who were these Ducat sisters? Call me intrigued. Max, of course, was not interested in any claims from a fortune teller, but he could not deny that Lily Ducat had indeed caught his attention when he first saw her at a shop with her mother. Since then she had plagued his thoughts but that was not a tidbit of information he was going to willingly share with anyone. Despite his insistence that he must get as far away from any place that Lily could be, fate had a way of making a mockery of his best intentions. When a seemingly innocuous incident lands him at the door of an estate seeking assistance, imagine his surprise when he learns that the only woman he wishes to never see is in residence. Max was once again taken aback by Lily’s beauty but it also made him a desperate man and renewed his determination to get as far away from the Ducat sisters as he could. Lily was spending the holidays with her matchmaking mother and sisters far away from home. This was not a happy time though, as Lily had recently escaped a horrific situation that left her filled with regret and much confusion. Though she was incredibly attracted to Max, she knew she had to do the right thing and smother her attraction for him. She had to make right the wrong that had been done to her sister and to do that Lily would need to silence her raging emotions. Although, it seemed that fate had other plans for Lily, for no matter how hard she tried, there was something that kept bringing her and Max together. As always, Author Tammy Andresen gives us a short story that packs a powerful punch. I liked how this series starter introduced most of the main players in the series. I definitely found myself liking the Ducat sisters that were in residence during this story. I can’t say that I liked Max’s friends from their introductions but I am looking forward to seeing how their characters develop once they meet their Ducat sister “match.” How to Reform a Rake feels like a promising series and I am very much looking forward to the next romance. This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Aurora Publicity. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
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    Shy and Sassy

    Enjoyable, cannot wait to read the rest regarding the other Sisters
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