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  • Duke of Midnight

    Haven't read a bad book in this series yet! Easy romantic read.

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  • Favourite Story in a Treasured Series

    My favourite story in a treasured series. Loved that Max saw that beneath her brown wren camouflage that Artemis was bright, lovely, droll, persistent, courageous, compassionate, etc. Love that with the rest of the world he is the serious, sober, staid and commanding Duke of Wakefield, but in his private moments with Artemis, he becomes fanciful, romantic and very poetic; his true self that he subsumed in his guilt and childhood wound. Some of my favourite parts of the book are Artemis falling in love with, and being in love with Max the Man, not his Title, and she sees who he truly is in his affectionate, loving connection with his sister Phoebe. Her unconditional love and support of her twin brother was also heartwarming. Max's adorably wry and affectionate relationship with his valet Craven was one of the many delights in the book. I really liked how gentle and patient the 'losing her V Card' love scene was. Compared to some other historical romances it felt more true-to-life, and it was so romantic that Max was disappointed he did not get to be tender with Artemis the morning after and have breakfast together...lots of little inserts of how sentimental and romantic Max really is, when he is not binding himself with his perceived duty. Wish I could give it more than 5 Stars. Love It - a very special story.

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