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    This book is phenomenal

    Elizabeth Bright has been added to my auto-buy list. Holy cow, this book is phenomenal. It’s the fourth in the series, but I’d only read the first before this. I can confidently say that The Duke’s Wicked Wife can stand-alone, but your reading enjoyment will be much more enriched with back story from previous books. These characters have grown together throughout the series, arriving at this book as best friends, and there is still a delightful slow burn feel here. As well as some truly funny one liners that had me laughing out loud. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.
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    I will read this again!

    This was a delight! The growth of the friendship between the main characters was well written. A house party leads to a marriage that leads to building a new life together. The details matter so much and made this story. The supporting character has her own point of view and her side story made me smile. I will enjoy reading this again. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC from Netgalley. There are open bedroom scenes after marriage. There is biblical profanity.
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    Quirky Regency Romance

    I love Regency Romance and this one is just a little bit quirky and different from the normal. It took me a little to get into the story and the characters, but it was a fun story of finding love. 3.5 stars for this book, thank you for the ARC of the book.
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    Many LOL moments!

    "Still, he held his breath, waiting. Her angelic head tilted. “What are your preferences in a lady?” He looked at her before turning again to his tea. “Such as?” “Such as hair, for example.” “She should certainly have hair.” The corners of her mouth trembled, but she did not yield to a smile. “Fair? Dark? Red?” “I like them all,” he said after a moment of consideration. She pursed her lips. “What of height?” “Truly, I care not. Whatever a woman’s hair and height and shape, it is no matter to me. Short or tall. Slim, plump, and even more plump. I enjoy them all.” And why should he not? Women were such enjoyable creatures." Sebastian Sinclair, Duke of Wessex, Earl of Badington, and Knight of the Garter's life flashed before his eyes...while choking on a strawberry. What if he had died? He would not have an heir to carry on his name. Therefore, he must find a wife in a fortnight and Miss Eliza Benton will help him. "Eliza sighed. “Of course I’m not in love with him. I never intended marriage. I just wanted a kiss, is all.” Wanted was a pale, flimsy word to describe her feelings at that moment. She had needed a kiss with such overwhelming ferocity that for a moment, nothing else mattered. She had needed his kiss more than her solitary mornings, more than Hyacinth Cottage, more than the air she breathed." Eliza had her life planned out. No marriage. No children. Just freedom to write...but she kissed the Duke of Wessex and she liked it. Miss Eliza Benton met the Duke of Wessex, at a ball three years ago while she made a bet that he could discover what she wanted most at the ball and he could make it happen for her which was a dance with another man. Their wit and teasing is what makes them such good friends, but they aren't in love with each other. They want different things, but then there was the kiss that was seen by all and so they are married with conditions to save face. This is my first Elizabeth Bright novel and I love the wonderful witty banter between these two complex characters. Sebastian loves to annoy Eliza and she loves to admonish him. The supporting characters are lovely as well and there is a bonus side romance as well. Overall, this is a friends-to-lovers historical romance that has so many LOL moments beginning with the Duke's introduction with the strawberry incident. Recommend highly! Thank you to Ms. Bright for giving me the opportunity to read this book with no expectation of a positive review.
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    Laugh out Loud

    If you read this book in public, be prepared to be stared at when you laugh out loud. The story is immensely funny. Eliza and Sebastian have the most witty and engaging conversations. The two are the unlikeliest of best friends who end up married. They are both scared of losing the people they love and most of all scared of losing each other’s friendship. They talk themselves into a compromise that still leaves them deeply in love. It is a story filled with interesting and delightful characters.
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