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    Her Favorite Duke

    This mature book is a deep one to read. Jess has given us a story line I haven't read before. This is always mixing directions. She has given us real people. Meg has adored Simon since they were young. Meg's brother James is a Duke and got it at 16 years. Graham is another Duke and is a good friend of all. They all had bad youths but Simon tried to keep them on a straight road. James was terrified to become Duke. So he wants to marry Meg so she has a good life. He gives her to Graham. Two lives crashed as Meg wants to marry Simon, as he was waiting for Meg. There are so many bad choices in this story. I wanted to hit Simon. Major Spoiler! Graham wanted to murder. This is a good read. There is lots of sex and angry people. I liked this story. I got a better sense of marriage in those days. I hope you will choose to read this story. Please enjoy reading this book! You won't regret it! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    'Her Favorite Duke' by Jess Michaels is book Two in "The 1797 Club" series. This is the story of Simon Greene, Duke of Crestwood and Margaret 'Meg' Rylon. I have read the other book in this series but feel it is easily a standalone book. Meg, Simon, Graham and her brother James have all been friends since childhood. But Meg has always felt more for Simon and hope that one day he would too. But when she turns 16 her father dies and now James her brother wants to make sure that she has a secure future if something happens to him. So unknown to Meg a first he talks his friend Graham into marrying her. When he makes the announcement Meg is hurt at first since Simon was her love and hope that he would speak up...but he didn't. So Meg assumes that her feelings are only one sided and moves forward to accept the engagement to make her brother happy. Now about seven years later her brother James is married and is wanting Meg to move forward with her engagement to Graham but actually getting married. But her and Graham have lost some of their close friendship and Meg is still in love with Simon but she agrees to set a wedding date for Christmas. Simon is still harboring feelings of love for Meg...but still doesn't want to cause any upset to his friends. But when he and Meg get caught in a situation that leaves them together they are forced to marry. Meg and Simon give into their passion but Simon is being guarded with his feelings toward Meg. Simon is feeling guilty for how things turned out, since he feels it caused allot of hurt to his friends. The 1797 Club series: The Daring Duke, Book 1 Her Favorite Duke, Book 2 "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Ms. Michaels uses her canvas in a twofold way.

    Her stories may be scandalous, but Ms. Michaels uses her canvas in a twofold way. To entertain and to tackle social issues such as poverty, sexism, rape and other types of injustices that were just as prevalent years ago as they are in modern society today. Behind the heated trysts, the suspicious happenings, betrayals and crude behavior, lie stories of survival that inspire with their strength of character and abundance of hope. Her Favorite Duke is one of those beautifully written pieces of art. Margaret is a woman determined to make her voice heard. She loves her family, but longs to follow her heart. Simon is a man of honor, but his heart's desire has him questioning all that he holds dear including his precious honor. Will he let his pride cost him his greatest treasure?
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