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    4 Stars!!

    4 Stars! This was a great story! The romance didn’t really kick in until the last quarter of the book. This is the 3rd book in the ‘Decadent Dukes Society’ series & I haven’t read the first 2 books but this book can be read as a stand-alone so you’ll be fine! I definitely recommend this book! I love a strong female character & Davina is just that! She’s also very smart, having learned from her father, who had been a Physician. The Duke of Brentworth was too ‘hard’ & unemotional for me. But don’t worry, he comes alive closer to the end. I definitely want to read the other books in the series! I definitely recommend this book! *I received this book at no charge from NetGalley to read and review*
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    Loved it!

    Well, why would you deny a duke? Because he has some family land that was taken years ago but needs to be returned!! I love this author's stories and she always creates a memorable romance that you cannot put down until the end! A heroine that is determined, Davina MacCallum found out on her father's death bed about an estate that should rightly go to her since a barony is attached. Women are allowed to inherit. But currently it was in the hands of Eric Marshall, Duke of Brentwood. Look out is all I have to say!! Eric is the last of three dukes that are friend's to be unmarried. He is a "true" aristocrat with his proper and unapproachable manner. He was however very handsome and could almost see your thoughts with his fabulous grey eyes! Prepare for a delightful match of wills to see who would come out the victor. But in this standoff it seems like they both may win!! What a fantastic series, with an epilogue that brought everyone back together and had me smiling as I turned the last page!!
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    Seriously Hot Enemies to Lovers

    I received an ARC of this book to read through NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. Never Deny A Duke is the third book in Madeline Hunter’s The Decadent Dukes Society Trilogy. It can be read as a stand-alone but I enjoyed reading the first two so do recommend reading them. Davina MacCallum is trying to regain the land that her family lost after Cullodan when it was mistakenly thought that her grandfather had died. Eric Marshal, Duke of Brentworth is the current holder of the lands in question and he is not about to give them up. This is a delightful tale of enemies to lovers as the two set out together on a journey to Scotland to find the truth of who owns the lands. The slow burn as they discover that perhaps they have more in common than first thought will keep you up reading way past your bedtime. Medium Steam Publishing Date April 30, 2019 #KensingtonBooks #NetGalley #NeverDenyADuke #MadelineHunter #ZebraRomance
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    great read

    Madeline Hunter writes the best books. Really enjoyed this story as it was a page turner. Was hard to put the book down.
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    Wonderful Series Wrap-Up

    This wonderful wrap-up for the Decadent Dukes Society is delightfully different – not one of your standard tropes. The ‘Most Ducal Duke’ meets his match and it is a delight to watch. The book is well written and the characters are very relatable and likable. Eric Marshall, Duke of Brentworth has long been known as the most ducal of dukes. He’s always proper, dour, dutiful, and forbidding – as well as tall and handsome with gray eyes that “created a steely gaze that shot through all that it saw”. Brentworth received a rare summons to court and he had no idea why – especially since he and the king were not exactly friendly. What he hears is stunning and the king seems to expect him to deal with it without causing an uproar about it. Some Scottish chit has concocted a story and is trying to claim one of his estates. The charlatan! Soon it will be open season for ne’er-do-wells to just walk up and claim portions of estates. HUH! Davina MacCallum’s father, on his death bed, told her of what should be her legacy and she is adamantly bound-and-determined to claim that legacy. She wants it for herself, of course, because it is her birthright, but she also wants it to help the people in the region. According to her father, her grandfather had been sent away from his home (Teyhill) to keep him safe after the battle of Culloden. He was then raised in the Northumberland area of England and the estate was returned to the crown and then given to the Duke of Brentworth. The estate didn’t just come with property, it also came with a barony that could be inherited by the females as well as the males. Davina’s grandfather had spoken with the previous king who had promised to help him reclaim his land. Her grandfather sent the proof needed, but then the old king died and the proof has disappeared. Now, she is petitioning the current King and she feels she’s being stonewalled. She just has to find the proof of who her grandfather was. How? It was great fun to watch Davina and Eric go from enemies, to searching for proof, to finally finding their HEA. It was a delightful adventure with two very deserving characters. However, I think one of my favorite parts was the epilogue where we caught up with all three of the Decadent Dukes a few years later. We saw their families and their still loving relationships and it was a truly delightful addition to the story. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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